"Members Only", one of the most iconic brands from the 80's, is now disrupting a new space: the scrubs market. The renowned jacket brand has pioneered a new set of scrubs breaking new comfort levels for medical professionals, pivoting from traditional fashion into this revolutionary space for essential workers and caretakers. Members Only wants those with dedicated medical/spa careers who treat, heal and uplift others to become 'members' of a unique community, empowering them with Members Only scrubs. MO is disrupting the industry by borrowing from a quintessential history, rich heritage, helping medical and spa professionals to feel elevated, powerful, confident and most importantly, special.
Nick Sahni, Head of Sales, states, "Members Only is an iconic name in the fashion space, but we are now paving the way for those overlooked- the tireless medical professionals that also need to look and feel good, while taking care of us. We are on the frontlines in a unique category of industry leaders, with the exclusivity of a premium Members Only Scrub."
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Members Only is a brand of clothing that became popular in the 1980s with its line of jackets. ... Members Only racer jackets were distinguished by their narrow epaulettes and collar strap and their knitted trim; they were manufactured in a wide variety of colors. Few items of clothing have stood the test of time like the Members Only jacket. Whether you were an original purveyor of the 65 percent polyester, 35 percent cotton jacket back in the 1980s, or part of the millennial hipster generation that brought it back in the early 2000s, one thing has always been clear: There’s just something about this simple jacket that makes it eternally relevant. After all, like the tagline says, “When you put it on, something happens.” Ron Malhotra, current owner of Members Only: The jacket was designed in Europe in 1975 when the brand was created. It was brought to the U.S. in 1979 and became a huge success. I don’t have knowledge as to who designed it and what was it originally for.