EVA Air launches new uniforms, bids farewell to Boeing 747-400

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2017/08/24
By: Lee Hsin-Yin

Taipei, Aug. 24 (CNA) EVA Air, one of Taiwan’s two major airlines, launched its

Photo courtesy of EVA Air

third-generation uniforms in a ceremony that also marked the retirement of the Boeing 747-400, a model which has served the carrier for 25 years.

More than 500 EVA staff, aviation geeks and travel agents burst into cheers when flight attendants strutted onto the catwalk wearing the new uniforms. The ceremony was held in a hangar where EVA positioned its retired jumbo jet as a backdrop.

The new uniforms keep the base color of verdelite like its predecessors, but are more fashionable with color blocks, geometric patterns and streamlined shapes designed to create a professional look with a classical style, explained Wang Chen Tsai-hsia (王陳彩霞), the lead designer, who hails from Taiwan’s Shiatzy Chen fashion house.    [FULL  STORY]

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