There is something truly magical about the history of airline companies and their crew members. We have delved into the archives of Scandinavian Airlines’ stewardess uniforms, and it took os more than 60 years back in time. Welcome on board.
Photo no 1: The very first SAS stewardesses saw the light of day in 1930. The first uniforms were very comely and included a cape.
Photo no 2: A smiling stewardess from the 1940’s in a form-fitting uniform.
Photo no 1: A posing flight attendant in front of a Viking Airbus. Notice the typical 50’s haircut.
Photo no 2: A slight change of style in the 1960’s; white gloves, a leather handbag and a big smile!
Photo no 1: A summer uniform from the mid 60’s designed by Carven. True 60’s style; a tan and pastel colors!
Photo no 2: A bright turquoise uniform from 1971 designed by Christian Dior. Notice the black leather gloves.
Photo no 1: The beginning of the 80’s shoulder-pad era. New uniforms for the SAS Commuter.
Photo no 2: Clean cut and wide lapel – an elegant uniform designed by Calvin Klein in 1983.
A minimalistic uniform with a clean, Nordic appeal for a new era.
All photos are by courtesy of SAS.