The Working Style team uses our Eclipse, Horizontal & Vertical Machines to capture all their pieces. From tailored suits, to folded shirts, shoes and accessories, our machines do it all.

Working Style approached Asset factory to produce clear cut product photography for their website, eDMs and social media. Photos and videos of Working Style’s hand-made Spanish shoes are taken on our Eclipse Machine showcasing them from every angle to show off the intricate broguing detail and leather finishes. Our 7-second clear cutting Horizontal Machine is ideal for Working Style’s shirts and trousers. The images don’t need retouching and can be uploaded straight to their inventory management software then straight to their ecommerce website and point of sale software. When you have dozens of styles and an understated aesthetic that values intricate woven textures over loud prints, the detail needs to sing. Having the image linked to the product codes allows retail workers to quickly identify the right product for customers around all of the Working Style stores and better manage their stock movements.

Yellow shirt folded from Working Style
Blue and White Dot shirt from Working Style
Chocolate Brown Shirt from Working Style
Floral Mens Dress Shirt from Working Style
Blue striped shirt from Working Style Mens
Denim Blue Mens Dress Shirt From Working Style
Pin Stripe Mens Dress shirt folded Flat Lay Photography for Working Style
Blue and White Spotted Dress Shirt From Working Style Mens
Blue Handkerchief from Working Style with White poker dots
Blue and Green patterened Red and Blue small pattern Handkerchief from Working Style
Flat Lay photography of mens jeans from Working Style
Photography on the Flat Lay Machine of Mens casual pants in the colour blue
Mens dress pants in the colour dark blue from Working Style
Light Blue Mens shorts folded from Working Style
Blue checkered shorts from New Zealand menswear brand Working Style
Black shorts from Working Style
Mens casual grey shorts from Working Style

Like all good tales of New Zealand ingenuity, the Working Style story revolves around satisfying a basic human need: the need to have a sartorial edge over your fellow man. Chris Dobbs first harnessed this primal urge in 1987, when he began selling made-to-measure shirts door-to-door – initially to fill the time between the end of his business degree and the beginning of his career, and then because he recognised you didn’t need a career when you could have a business.

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