Delta Airlines Just Got A Major Uniform Upgrade From Zac Posen

Your airplane aisle just became a catwalk.

Looks like the golden age of flying is upon us once again.

As a follow-up to his elegant gown that brought the Met Gala house down, designer Zac Posen has unveiled a new line of uniforms for Delta Airlines employees that’s so stunning, it almost demands a red carpet beneath it.

Flight attendant uniforms include a three-button suit with Delta logo-patterned tie and a dress with matching gloves and handbag. 
Flight attendant uniforms include a three-button suit with Delta logo-patterned tie and a dress with matching gloves and handbag. 
Ticketing and gate agents will wear pants and long-sleeve shirts, along with dresses and logo neck scarves. 
Ticketing and gate agents will wear pants and long-sleeve shirts, along with dresses and logo neck scarves. 

In Delta’s new uniform scheme, which is set to fully debut in early 2018, flight attendants and customer service agents will wear pieces including a V-neck dress, peplum sweater, wrap dress and skirt suit that were designed by Posen himself.

Ramp agents and technicians also get in on the fun, with updated jackets and polo shirts.

Ramp and cargo employees get short-sleeve polos, cargo pants and updated vests.
Ramp and cargo employees get short-sleeve polos, cargo pants and updated vests.
Technical operations employees will wear work shirts and polos with cargo pants and shorts. 
Technical operations employees will wear work shirts and polos with cargo pants and shorts. 

“We wanted Delta employees to look glamorous on the job without sacrificing functionality and style,” Posen said in a statement for Delta.

A select team of Delta employees will debut the new uniforms early next year, and the line will roll out worldwide in 2018.

It’s a fashion show in the skies, and we’re happy to take a seat.

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