The first time I saw Leonardo DiCaprio’s 2002 Catch Me if You Can, I was instantly enamoured with the flight attendant’s fashionable attire. The mid-60s “air stewardess” had some serious style. As you can see from the infographic below, it was a radical departure from the frumpy outfits of the decades previous. By the time the 80s and 90s rolled around though, high flying fashion was, like, totally regrettable.
Thankfully, in the past few years, we’ve seen a return to style in the skies. Airlines are hiring designers like Vivienne Westwood and Zac Posen to outfit their flight crews, meaning the flight attendants will put more than a few jogging pants wearing passengers to shame. Check out how in-flight uniforms have changed over the years and kept pace with what we’ve worn on the streets.
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