It’s no secret that airlines have enlisted the help of haute couture designers for generations.  It all started in the 60’s with the glamorous Emilo Pucci designing the Braniff Internationals futuristic uniforms.

No one can look as fresh as an air hostess after a 14-hour flight to Bangkok, and that is thanks to airlines partnering with household name designers to create stylish and instantly recognisable uniforms.

And it’s not just the high end taking part; recently there has been an influx in budget airlines also going designer.

Find our more about the UK’s top airline styles and where the inspiration came from below with this infographic from the team at Cheap Flights:


Style High Club [Infographic] by the team at