Alaska Airlines reveals new uniforms designed by Seattle’s Luly Yang January 18, 2018 Alaska Airlines 1 min read Share Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Alaska Airlines and Seattle fashion designer Luly Yang debuted a modern, West Coast-inspired, custom-designed uniform collection today. At a fashion show this afternoon inside Alaska’s Sea-Tac hangar, employee models walked the runway, showcasing over 90 garments and accessories to thousands of employees. The design, which has been more than two years in the making, will clad 19,000 Alaska, Virgin America and Horizon Air unformed employees starting in late 2019. Video: B-roll highlights Watch or download the video: https://vimeo.com/251756645/065eccb63d Employee fashion show Photos by Ingrid Barrentine Alaska debuted new uniforms designed by Seattle’s Luly Yang. Video: Sketched to life – Luly Yang’s uniform designs, from sketchpad to runway New uniforms in studio Photos by Jeff Engelstad Employee models from across the company show off Alaska Airlines’ custom designed uniforms unveiled Jan. 18, representing a fresh, modern West Coast look. Seattle-based designer Luly Yang’s flight attendant uniform features multiple pockets, custom-branded buttons and zipper pulls and newly styled wings and name tags. Employees from Alaska Airlines’ regional partner Horizon Air show off the range of new uniform pieces. The Horizon collection complements Alaska Airlines uniform collection and includes signature scarves and wings for Horizon’s uniformed employees Alaska ground and maintenance workers show off the new uniform collection featuring several layered mix-and-match pieces making it flexible for employees who work in different climates and work environments. Alaska Airlines flight attendants model various styles being tested over the next 60 days. The flight attendant dresses feature asymmetrical hemlines, pops of color and custom-branded reversible belts. The dresses are complimented by an original Luly Yang scarf. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Related Comments Those brown shoes on pilots will look awful after a few walk around’s in the snow and deice fluid. Not going to work. Jackets look nice though. Guess I’m the odd one of the bunch. I thought the colors were somewhat drab and the styles not all that youthful. I do like the brightly colored ties/ascots/scarves. Thanks, Susie! I was beginning to think I was the only person not on the bandwagon! (Not sure what happened to my comment!) I agree totally! I’d hoped (and rather expected) to see a blend of Alaska’s blue and Virgin’s reds, pinks and purples (like was done on the “More to Love” merger airline body), so am quite disappointed. I do like the dress with the white stripe — very fresh and fun — and also the one with the assymetical collar, but do not care for the brown color at all. Looks Great. They needed a update… Great fresh new look Really sharp uniforms! Love the ties! So fresh and nice. Overall excited to see this look on flights soon. Very classy and well tailored. Love them!! Two words!…. LOVE IT!!! Great job Luly. Very fresh look. I love wearing brown shoes. The combination is awesome. Congrats. Love the uniforms. Hope all flight attendants like them. Impressive! The use color, especially the vertical cream asymmetrical stripe on the navy/brown flight attendant dress is visually stunning & figure flattering. The pops of color also liven up the practical designs for ground/maintenance. Accessories & custom details are the finishing touch. Alaska & fashion fan congrats! Awesome! The men’s brown shoes are incredible! Looking forward to the evolution of Alaska over the next few years! Awesome photos and new uniforms ???? Comments are closed.