Who wouldn’t want to be stylish at work ?
And who wouldn’t want to fly with an airline where the flight attendants are wearing elegant , stylish, beautiful and sexy uniforms.
Just take a look at these haute couture uniforms for flight attendants and you will fall in love with the cabin crew life.
The uniforms that were presented at Paris Fashion Week combine elements of classical, time-honored Oriental aesthetics and the silhouette of a modern Western suit, infusing new vigor and fashion into the attire.
Chinese airline has just elevated their dress code to new heights by providing their crew members with stylish haute couture uniforms that seem to be taken straight out of a fashion magazine cover.
Hainan Airlines have collaborated with designer Laurence Xu who introduced the new attire at the Paris Couture Week. Inspired by the ‘Cheongsam’, a traditional Chinese dress, the uniform features a blend between the modern Western-style fashion trends and traditional Chinese art elements like cloud drawings, waves and even the Chinese mythical bird – the Roc.
The 2017 Laurence Xu haute couture show in Paris on July 4 featured completely revamped uniforms for Hainan Airline’s staff. According to the company’s website, “the uniforms that were showcased combine elements of classical, time-honored Oriental aesthetics and the silhouette of a modern Western suit, infusing new vigor and fashion into the attire.”
“The cooperation between Hainan Airlines and Lawrence Xu is industry leading. We are not only creating a new uniform but also showing the internationalized image of our airline. Especially on international routes, we would like to let passengers know that China is modern and trendy,” said Xu Fei, brand director of Hainan Airlines.
Men’s version of the uniform is a bit less extravagant and Western-looking, with double-breasted overcoats and smaller elements of the traditional Chinese culture.
In a recent interview with Bloomberg, the airline’s president Sun Jianfeng said they were looking to double their international flights from smaller cities to take on their competitors (they are the fourth-largest airline in China). The new look may be part of their expansion.
Travel + Leisure also reports this is the fifth time the airline has rolled out new uniforms since its founding in 1993.