The 5 Most Fashionable Airlines
See which flight crews wear designer uniforms
Flight crew uniforms are notoriously drab. But uniforms created by some of the fashion world's most well-known designers? Anything but. Last week, Delta announced that fashion darling (and Michelle Obama favorite) Zac Posen has signed on to breathe life into the airlines's tired crew uniforms. The unveiling is a long way off (Delta said 2018), but we've rounded up five airlines that have more recently upgraded their cabin look.
Christian Lacroix for Air France
The cabin crew is now beyond chic in all black with a big red bow cinching the waist.
Vivienne Westwood for Virgin Atlantic
Richard Branson tapped the anti-establishment fashion icon to refresh Virgin’s look. The result: a figure-hugging silhouette in the airline’s signature red hue.
Martin Grant for Qantas
The Melbourne native made an inventive use of color-blocking on this form-hugging sheath. (As modeled here by Miranda Kerr.)
Prabal Gurung for All Nippon Airways
Japan tapped the hot young designer to add a subtle flair to the airline’s gray, blue and pink color palette.
KaufmanFranco for American Airlines
Design duo Ken Kaufman and Isaac Franco went all-American with a comfy charcoal cardigan and belted suit dress.