In February of this year, China Eastern Airlines, one of the three major airlines in China, launched a uniform designing campaign on a global scale for selection of designers to be announced in mid-March; this remarkable cross-border cooperation has attracted a lot of attention from the industry. At the same time, in order to solicit more innovative ideas from common Internet users and fashion fans, China Eastern Airlines has specially made a website http://www.style.ceair.com/index.php?cp=join, to provide a forum for fashion designers to showcase their talent. You can easily use various existing materials to match colors and styles, turning your ingenious uniform creativity into reality.
Drawing inspiration from the clothing trends of recent years, Chinese fashion fans showed us the perfect combination of vogue and aviation uniforms. The followings are some designs collected on this site! Let’s enjoy!
1. The right is the stewardess uniform Aerolineas Argentinas used from 1992 to 2003. Black and white dots highlight women’s elegancy and agility, at the same time make the lady both capable and lively.
2. This is the uniform Air West used in 1970s. Neat tailoring and bold colors can easily create a capable, and at the same time, amiable professional woman.
In 2011, the New York women’s fashion show for fall and winter, MARC BY MARC JACOBS also used warm colors to send a warm breath into the cold winter.
3. This is the stewardess uniform Pan Am used in the 1960s. Simple color and ingenuous cut made it a real classic.
Also in the 2011 New York women’s fashion show for fall and winter, Jason Wu showed us a suit made of satin. From the sapphire blue design, can you see something from the Pan American World Airways’s stewardess uniform? So simple and smart!
4. Black and white will never be out of style. This flight attendant uniform used by Air Europe in 1990s is also a classic in the uniform history. It’s also a perfect choice for Office Lady. OLs must give it a thought!
5. This is the stewardess uniform Cebu Pacific used in 2001-2003. The two blues are reminiscent of overlooking the sea from the air – looks really soothing.
Jil Sander 2011 Early Autumn series also echoes with simplicity and linear lines.
6. The right is the stewardess uniform Corsair used in 1990s. The use of contrasting fabric textures, appropriately applied fluorescent colors, together with mature design skill and an accurate sense of fashion, give this uniform a modern temperament.
7. This is the Aserca’s attendant uniform in 1990-2005.
Light yellow is a rare color in aviation – an industry of efficiency and preciseness, but it doesn’t matter, this uniform is another great classic. Refreshing, Hah?
8. The nude-colored stewardess uniform on the right is what Delta Airlines used 50 years ago. Nude color staged a comeback in recent years; Delta Airlines showed us its fashion sensitivity 50 years ago.
This suit is from ASOS; its use of dark and light nude colors stitching together has successfully created a strong three-dimensional effect – full of personality.
9. This is the 2000-2002 Condor Berlin‘s stewardess uniform. Its smooth and graceful lines and flared skirt broke the limitation of traditional uniform designs, and the dark color can hardly hide its breeziness.
There are many other interesting and wonderful designs on the website, if you are interested, just take a look at the tastes of these Chinese fashion fans. Besides, voting for your favorite designs can enter you into three lucky draws a day. You will visit us, right?