Airline uniforms created by high fashion designers
Here’s a look at airlines and fashion designer collaborations in the skies.
Just as airlines have been enlisting Michelin-starred chefs to design in-flight menus, carriers have also been turning to the runways of high fashion for decades when it comes to seeking sartorial inspiration.
The latest high-powered collaboration? Zac Posen and Delta Air Lines.
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In 2018, flight attendants, pilots and airport staff will sashay down aisles and airports in uniforms created by the designer-to-the-stars. Here’s a look at other airline and fashion designer collaborations in the skies.
Virgin Atlantic asked British designer Vivienne Westwood to reimagine their signature red uniforms.
Qantas uniforms by Martin Grant
Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr unveils new Qantas uniforms designed by Martin Grant.
Virgin America teamed up with retailer Banana Republic for their uniforms in 2012.
Air France uniforms are designed by Christian Lacroix.
Korean Air tapped Italian designer Gianfranco Ferre to update its image in 2005.
One of the oldest, most longstanding and recognizable airline uniforms? Singapore Airlines, where flight attendant uniforms have changed little since 1972 when the ‘Singapore Girl’ was created. The iconic uniform consists of a floor-lenth ‘sarong kebaya.’