Flight Attendant Uniforms Through the Years
1
1934
One of the earliest stewardesses on a European flight appeared on this airliner. The Swissair flight attendant uniforms featured traditional silhouettes in plain colors, often with added accents like hats and panty hose.
2
1939
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3
1960s
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4
1966
Braniff International Airways hostess uniform by Emilio Pucci 1966. Collection of SFO Museum, gift of Sandra C. A. Thomas in memory of Anne Karin Walker. A harlequin-print nylon jersey uniform covered in Central American art motifs, green boots, and topped with a bowler hat.
5
1967
A trio of American Airlines stewardesses posed on an airport tarmac in the new tri-colored uniforms that caught the public's eye with a wide-reaching national campaign.
6
1967-1970
Designed by Hanae Mori. Uniform revised with the launch of round-the-world service. Vibrant sky blue color. Launch of round-the-world service. Sky blue. Round neck blouse. Broach on the chest.
7
1970-1977
Designed by Hanae Mori. Uniform revised along with the introduction of jumbo jets. The one-piece miniskirt caused a stir.
New uniform with the introduction of jumbo jets.
The adoption of a one-piece miniskirt to match current trends was the talk of the town.
8
1971
Southwest Airlines debuted bright uniforms with tall white Go-go boots for their stewardesses at the beginning of the 70s.
9
1987
Air France flight attendants went pastel in the late 80s with a summer uniform dress by Louis Féraud complete with shoulder pads.
10
2014
Delta (in navy) and Virgin Atlantic (in red) flight attendants walking in representation of their domestic flight partnership—each new collection was designed with style and functionality in mind.