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Miranda Kerr and The New Qantas Uniform by Martin Grant

Miranda Kerr and The New Qantas Uniform by Martin Grant
Miranda Kerr and The New Qantas Uniform by Martin Grant

This is Catherine Baba, the “socialite” Paris from Australia, who alerted us to an important event taking place in Sydney, April 16: The parade of new uniforms for the airline Qantas, designed by Martin Grant and illustrated by Miranda Kerr, the face of the company.

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Catherine Baba expressed her pride to attend the Australian designer based in Paris, to the styling, casting hostesses, make-up and hairstyles, music … Like the designer and her assistant, two other Australian VIP gave of themselves for this event. Miranda Kerr had traveled from the United States to come scroll hostess uniform, so that alongside the CEO of Qantas, Alan Joyce, Cate Blanchett in person came to support the event.

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This is the first time in ten years that a new uniform was born at Qantas. Note that before Martin Grant, succeeding Yves Saint Laurent Emilio Pucci had created the first uniform crews Qantas. The will of Martin Grant was to provide a unique, functional and durable uniform that fits a company has worldwide. A uniform fee modern and bold.

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So these are 35 stylish outfits for men and women that have been proposed to play and in contrast to the suit and navy suit and white shirt. Martin Grant has chosen to deal with diagonal stripes, red Qantas, ruby red and fuchsia pink to recreate the idea of the famous triangle Qantas. On any combination of suits, dresses and tops, the crew will wear a black trench coat, red siding complete with a scarf and a felt. All my inspiration, says Martin Grant came from striking Qantas logo represents something very nostalgic to me.

The new uniforms will arrive in early 2014

  • 400,000 garments are produced.
  • 350 000m fabric will be used.
  • 15 were selected tissues including the premium Australian
  • superfine Merino wool for suits and costumes.
  • This uniform will be delivered in 85 different destinations in 21 countries.

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