If you haven’t seen or heard about the new Qantas uniform launched yesterday, 17 April, you either didn’t login to Facebook or you slept all day.
The much talked about uniform unveiled by Aussie-superstar, Miranda Kerr, has overall been very well received – if social media is anything to go by.
All 12,400 crew members will be wearing the uniform, designed by Australian designer Martin Grant, from early 2014.
Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said he was proud to launch a new
uniform design for Qantas – the first in ten years.
‘After an extensive selection and design process, Martin Grant has created a uniform that is fresh, modern and bold – a uniform that our employees are going to enjoy wearing,’ he said.
en types of fabric and a blend of French navy suiting, white shirts and variations of the Qantas red and fuschia pink feature across the 35-garment collection.
Female employees will wear a combination of a dress, tops, a suit and a trench overcoat, accompanied by a stylish scarf and a trilby hat in a knitted fabric made from recycled bottle tops. The male suiting is neat and structured.
Are you looking forward to seeing the uniform in action?