July 12, 2017
Hainan Airlines and Laurence Xu seem to be a natural fit, and the styling is inherently elegant. Stylish, sophisticated, with a hint of fun, the airline uniform feels like it’s been taken out of the Jetset era and plunged into the modern world. #flyhainan #aviationgeek #aviationlovers #airlines #cabincrew #flightattendant #aviationphotography #fly #cabincrewlife #fashionaddict #fashionblogger #fashiondesigner #fashionista #flight #flightlife #designers
While EasyJet has the oldest, rudest and fattest stewardesses of all, the Chinese are not playing games.
And for that, I salute them.
A Chinese airline has put all others to shame with its new haute couture uniforms. Hainan Airlines collaborated with designer Laurence Xu, who unveiled the new uniforms at Paris Couture Week.
Inspired by traditional Chinese dress, Cheongsam, the uniforms incorporate both traditional Chinese art with modern, Western-style looks to create a rather unique look.
“The cooperation between Hainan Airlines and Laurence Xu is industry leading… we would like to let passengers know that China is modern and trendy,” Hainan brand director Xu Fei said.
The airline and Xu entered talks two years ago, and more than 1,000 design blueprints and 100 garment samples later, the new uniforms were completed.
“The uniforms feature a collar overlaid with a pattern of auspicious clouds and a lower hem with a pattern alternating sea and mountains which contrasts with the collar’s clouds and sky, drawing a comparison between a Hainan aircraft that has just taken off, and the roc, a mythical bird denoting strength, as it lifts into flight,” Hainan said in a statement.
“The fusion of traditional Chinese elements and popular international fashion created an Oriental masterpiece that turned heads in Paris.”
The uniform’s coat reminded many social media users of the Beauxbatons school uniform from Harry Potter.
This isn’t the Chinese airline’s first foray into blending art and aviation. Last year it partnered with pianist Lang Lang, who played the piano for passengers on one of its flights, while its VIP lounges have been created by designer Dr Patrick Leung.
They have piano concerts on flights.
The Western competition of who can be the most disgusting and pathetic slob of all has gotten out of control.
There is no better representative of this than EasyJet.
Russian airlines also fire women for being fat and old. As it should be.
A flight is very expensive and it should be a pleasant experience.
Did you know? Laurence Xu and Hainan Airlines went through 1,000 sketches and tried more than 100 samples before deciding on the final design. #flight #FlyHainan #fashionaddict #fashionblogger #fashiondesigner #fashionista #fashion #fashionlove #aviationlovers #aviationphotography #aviationgeek #airlines #flightattendant #cabincrewlife #cabincrew
This airline situation is an isolated incidence that represents the entire gap between the modern Western-Jew ideology and the progressive and self-respecting ideology of the Eastern realms.
It is high time (PUN) that we in the West got back in the game and started competing with the East to be the greatest. We have the ability to be the greatest. But we are not competing.
The first thing we need to do is shame our women into not being such fat, disgusting slobs.