Eurostar dresses St Pancras 'kissing couple' statue to celebrate new uniform

Eurostar celebrated the launch of its new staff uniform at London St Pancras station this morning by dressing the "kissing couple", depicted by 'The Meeting Place' statue, in the updated designs.

Eurostar: unveils uniform revamp
Eurostar: unveils uniform revamp

The new uniforms were introduced by train manager Adele Gent and station shift leader Simon Gent, who recreated the amorous embrace at the statue’s feet.

Marc Noaro, service and people director at Eurostar, said: "Our new uniforms signal the next chapter in Eurostar’s story and perfectly capture the glamour and romance of international high-speed rail travel."

Brand: Eurostar

Agency: Jermyn Street Design (JSD)

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