How did "heavenly fashion" over the years

In this collection you will see how varied over the years, flight attendants uniforms. The pictures, which are part of the exhibition "Fashion in the plane", which is now open to visitors Aviation Museum in Seattle, Washington, presented a model of the 30-ies. to the present day.

1. Create fashion Fiolel Colangelo, is the second generation of uniforms flight attendants «Boeing / United Air Lines», formerly in vogue in the years 1933-1936. In 1935 and 1936 flight attendants wore a bandage on his left shoulder "United Air Lines" in honor of the birth of airlines. This picture is one of those that will be presented at the exhibition "Fashion in the plane" in the Aviation Museum in Seattle, Washington, which will take place until 30 May. (The Museum of Flight Collection)

2. Stewardesses airlines «Delta» in the year (left) and in winter forme1940-42 years. an airplane DC-3 September 41st. (Delta Air Lines)

3. The group of flight attendants shows a winter form of airline «Delta» in the period from 1965 to 1968. (Delta Air Lines)

4. The designer Oleg Cassini created a futuristic shape for stewardess company «Air West», which existed long before it was bought by Howard Hughes. The usual form, which flight attendants wore from 1968 to 1971, consisted of an embossed polyester dresses and jackets with unusual buttons. Uniforms were bright colors, which were taken as a basis for the colors of the countries where usually flew «Air West», including dark green, blue and red. (The Museum of Flight Collection)

5. In this photo, the company «United Airlines» stewardess passenger services. Picture taken in the 70s during the flight to Hawaii, judging by their clothes stewards. (United Airlines via The Museum of Flight)

6. Stewardesses «Qantas Airways» in uniform, Emilio Pucci created, they were from 1974 to 1985. In 1974, the company entered into history, rescuing 673 passengers from Darwin, Australia, after Hurricane Tracy, setting a world record for the number of passengers on board a single flight. (Qantas Airways via The Museum of Flight)

7. Airline Stewardess «Delta» in the form of 1968-1970. It serves passengers. (Delta Air Lines)

8. Leonard Fischer tried to summon the spirit of innovation for its collection of forms for stewardess «American Airlines» in the 1971-74 biennium. The form consisted of the same color dress with short sleeves on top of a yoke. The dresses were red, white or blue with contrasting dressing. Over the dress you could wear a jacket of the same color. Perhaps the most memorable element of this form became a jacket with floral patterns, worn over dresses at the time of lunch. Finished ruffles white dress was decorated with patterns of poppies, cornflowers, daisies and ears of wheat. Design apron symbolized moving women at the turn of decades, trying to make his way in the «American West». (American Airlines CRSmith Museum via The Museum of Flight Collection)

9. In this photo, in 1971 almost all the flight attendants «Southwest Airlines». Form the first airline stewardess at the time included short shorts and was represented by 18 June 1971. (Southwest Airlines)

10. Stewardess «Pacific Southwest Airlines» in the form of 1973. This company with affordable prices, also known as «PSA», became famous for her smile painted on the nose of the aircraft from 1949 to 1988. (Pacific Southwest Airlines via The Museum of Flight)

11. Stewardess «United Airlines» in the plane «Boeing 747" in the early '70s. In 2010 the company «United» and «Continental» decided to join forces, resulting from the «United» should see the new name with the logo «Continental». (The Museum Of Flight Collection)

12. In the early 70's American artist and designer Mario Armond Zamparelli signed a contract with Howard Hughes to create a new image, and forms for flight attendants for the newly acquired company Hughes «Hughes Airwest». (The Museum of Flight Collection)

13. Stewardess «Delta» in the form of the period 1979-1983. (Delta Air Lines)

14. Stewards «Qantas Airways» show a new form of Emilio Pucci, which they wore during the period from 1974 to 1985. (Qantas Airways via The Museum of Flight)

15. Stewardess «Southwest Airlines» takes orders for drinks in the area in 2000. In 1999, the stewards called the most reliable airlines. (Southwest Airlines)

16. Stewardesses «Delta Air Lines» in the form of designer Richard Tyler. This form, introduced in 2006 and used to this day, also has the option with wraparound dress. (Delta Air Lines)

17. Stewardess «Delta» Faye Brown in the form of Richard Tyler. According to the designer, the shape of the flight attendants should evoke a time when air travel was "glamorous and sophisticated." (Delta Air Lines)

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