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Continental styles in eucalyptus fibre


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ontinental Clothing has introduced a new and exciting quality fabric. Four of the latest Continental Collection styles – N90, N91, N92, N94 – are manufactured in Tencel fine jersey fabrics.


The material is renowned for its outstanding physical characteristics – silky softness and luxurious drape. It is perfectly smooth, with depth of colour, and excellent moisture absorbency. It is also naturally hygenic as it inhibits the growth of bacteria. Tencel Lyocell is produced exclusively from the pulp of eucalyptus trees certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC), and the fibre carries the Pan- European Forest Council (PEFC) quality seal.


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The only chemical used in the Tencel manufacturing process is the non-toxic solvent, amine oxide, that allows closed loop processing where up to 99% of the chemical is perpetually re-used, minimising the impact on the environment and conserving energy and water. The European Union (EU) awarded this process the Environmental Award 2000 in the category 'technology for sustainable development'. ■ For more information visit www.continentalclothing.com


ECO-FRIENDLY: N90 Women’s Batwing Tunic T Shirt is one of four Continental Collection styles in Tencel Lyocell fabric.


Festive lunch and networking opportunity


The bpma (British Promotional Merchandise Association) will be holding their popular Christmas Lunch on Friday, December 16 at the Guoman Tower Hotel, St Katherines Dock, London, where the lunch has been held for the last three years.


Despite the snow last year, 220 industry guests attended including Swarovski, Arcadia Corporate Merchandise, Merchandise Mania, BTC Group, BIC, SPS EU, Newell Rubbermaid, The Cotton Group, Sourcing City, Trade Only and Navillus to name just some. This lunch continues to bring industry members together for a great networking


Dennyʼs Uniforms, a leading hospitality uniforms supplier, provided the Big Brother Celebrity housemates with chefs wear for a challenging cooking task. Fiery celebrity chef Marco Pierre White had the housemates slaving over a hot stove to impress him with one his signature dishes of sea bass with


opportunity. Lawrence Angelow from Advantage Group says: “The bpma Christmas Lunch is always a date in the calendar I look forward to. Itʼs great to see so many friends and colleagues in one place!”


The afternoon starts with a drinks reception, followed by a three-course meal and entertainment, the traditional charity auction and raffle. Tickets are are available at £85 + VAT or use the occasion to entertain clients. Tables of 10 are on offer for the discounted price of £750 + VAT. ■ For more details and to book contact Daniela Arena on 020 7631 6960.


Big Brother celebrities sport Dennyʼs chefs wear


Chinoise sauce. Dennyʼs Uniforms provided Le Chef Staycool jackets and black and white checked trousers to help the celebrities including Jedward, Darren Lyons and Kerry Katona keep their cool while demonstrating their culinary skills. ■ Visit www.dennys.co.uk


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