Australia's national flag carrier, Qantas Airways, revealed their latest uniform for their cabin crew and pilots.
Designer Martin Grant has given a nostalgic feel to the uniform, who has resurrected the Naval inspired white pilots cap, making the uniform not only striking, but iconic as well.
The uniform replaces the 13-year old uniform designed by Peter Morrissey, but one which maintains the single breasted jacket, with a more fitted look – and the new threads actually hark back to the uniforms of Qantas from the 1940s.
It kind of has a similarity to the Pan Am uniform, especially with the white cap. The fitting of the jacket doesn’t just reflect fashion trends, but also serves a purpose, allowing more range of movement in the cockpit, a fairly confined space.
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