The work outfit on show

The work outfit on show

The ladies and gentlemen of Ritz-Carlton sashayed down the ramp in their designer uniforms, presenting a stylish fashion show.

With the opening date of the hotel drawing closer, the staff and management of the hotel are working day in day out to meet the quality standards.

The energy level among the participants and their colleagues was quite high and the ramp looked like a runway as the participants walked with ease and poise.
 The theme-based show saw staffers working in each and every segment of the hotel showcasing their designer uniforms. The stage was all set for the participants to take over. Right from the front office staff to the lounge and spa, everyone came up on the stage in their chic outfits.

Well-fitted skirts, trousers, bandhgalas and jackets, the uniforms were tailor-made for each and every section.

Those in the club lounge will be wearing fitted jackets teamed with a long skirt, those in the housekeeping section will be attending the guests in their stylish uniforms – crisp white cotton kurtas worn with a grey bandis and grey formal pants.

The style quotient has been kept intact in all the sections. The people in the security section will be wearing black formal skirt or pant with a fitted black jacket and white shirt.
The chefs walked the ramp in their customary aprons and the long chef hats while the banquet team walked the ramp in stylish bandhgalas in pastel as well as bright hues clubbed with parallel pants.

The staff at the all-day dining section wore elegant kurtas and pants with dupattas, adding a classy touch to their outfit.

Ravin Nair, the guest service manager, explained that they had auditioned many participants for the show.

“Everyone was good. We chose the participants on the basis of the spirit that they portrayed for the hotel. A lot of hard work went into putting the show together and we have been rehearsing for a few hours everyday. The uniforms are very Indian in their look and are extremely comfortable,” he noted.

He added that they had kept every detail, like the music and the look of the set, in mind while planning the show.

Shane Krige, the general manager of the hotel, said that the hotel is going to reflect the same energy that was reflected during the show. “We are going to showcase the same amount of energy and commitment that was seen today when  the hotel opens for the guests,” he said.

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