Ted Baker links up with London Transport Museum

Ted Baker’s in-house design team has been working with the London Transport Museum on the creation of a range of clothing, staff uniforms and personal accessories.

Ted Baker’s in-house design team has been working with the London Transport Museum on the creation of a range of clothing, staff uniforms and personal accessories.


Designs include the Ultimate Travel Suit, featuring a moquette-style lining referencing Harry Beck’s iconic Tube map and London Transport’s well-known seat upholstery designs.


Other work by Ted Baker includes travelcard holders, cufflinks, wallets, and the T-shirts now worn by staff in the museum.


The London Transport Museum reopened in November 2007, following a £2m redesign by Ralph Applebaum Associates. It includes a design gallery, curated by David Worthington, that tells the history of the venue’s much-cherished design heritage.


The museum has also been longlisted for this year’s £100 000 Art Fund Prize, formerly the Gulbenkian Prize.


Entrants will be shortlisted in April and the winner will be announced in May.


For more information, see www.ltmuseum.co.uk.

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