Is this the most stylish flightie uniform?

Is this the most stylish flightie uniform?

An airline uniform redesign often has two outcomes.

Either the uniforms are starchy, garishly coloured suits resembling our year three smocks, or they’re a glistening example of airline sophistication.

Luckily for us and Alaska Airlines, their new outfits fit under the latter description.

The airline, who debuted the new outfits via runway over the weekend, brought on high-end gown designer Luly Yang for the revamping, and the results are jaw-dropping.

The airline had its flight attendant model all 90 looks from the new uniform line at a fashion show inside Alaska’s Sea-Tac hangar, complete with catwalk and all.

According to the Daily Mail, the uniform will be adopted by Virgin America and horizon Air staff by 2019, having first tested the various outfits from next week forward.

During the fashion show, Yang said, “With 45 sizes per style and 13 very distinct work groups, this was the ultimate puzzle to solve.

‘My hope is that employees feel that they were heard throughout this process, love the collection and wear their uniforms with pride.’

Alaska Airlines’ vice president of marketing added: ‘Luly’s designs perfectly capture our fresh, West Coast vibe and we’re absolutely thrilled with the collection.

The new and improved uniforms will be worn by flight attendants, pilots and ground crew, as well as customer service agents in airports.

 Check out all the photos from the fashion show here:

Alaska Airlines flight attendants model their new uniforms that have been created by couture fashion designer Luly Yang One of the flight attendants models pointing out the exits while wearing the new navy uniforms with a block colour A male employee stops to pose on the runway. By 2019, all Alaska, Virgin America and Horizon Air staff will wear the uniformsDesigning the cabin crew uniforms is a departure for Ms Yang, who normally works on red carpet couture gowns. Pictured are two flight attendants walking the runway The new uniforms are for flight attendants and pilots as well as ground crew and customer service agents in airports A female pilot walks the runway at the Alaska Airlines fashion show Flight attendants pose wearing the new uniformsThe pilots take their turn down the runway in their new navy suits and come with dark blue coats and brown leather jackets The new uniforms have both being given the thumbs up by two fashion experts who spoke to MailOnline Travel The Alaska Airlines staff applaud designer Luly Yang, who walks down the runway to take her bow at the end of the show Ms Yang, pictured, say that she spent two years designing and creating the uniforms for the American carrier 

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