Taking centre stage in the San Francisco Fashion Takes Flight exhibition.

By: Dave Gunner

June 20, 2016

Virgin Atlantic Uniform poster at SFO

Virgin Atlantic Uniform poster at SFO


Eighty-five years of airline fashion are now on view at San Francisco International Airport.  Presented by SFO Museum, Fashion In Flight: A History of Airline Uniform Design celebrates cabin crew uniform from 1930 to the present.  Featuring over 70 uniform from the likes of Dior, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Oleg Cassini, Vivienne Westwood and others, Fashion In Flight reveals the design history and evolution of the airline uniform, its iconic status in popular culture, and its relationship to the world of fashion.


The Virgin SFO team with uniform poster

Enjoying the poster Left to Right are as follows:
Mina Fetuu, Tsedal Netserab, Micah Pena, Nathalie DeGuzman, Patricia Bulawan, Michelle Geronimo, Mikeila Lopez, Grace Catiis






























We’re delighted to be a part of this great exhibition and were even chosen to be one of the large posters in the grand hall of the international terminal. You can catch the exhibition display until 8 January 2017

If you can’t make the exhibition there is an online version here or you can jump straight to our page of the site here.

Follow on twitter #FashionInFlight @SFOMuseum





Dave Gunner

Dave is the co-editor of Ruby, the Virgin Atlantic Blog. He has worked at Virgin Atlantic for over two decades. In that time he has amassed some truly epic memories but never lost his fascination with the airline world. Dave's on a mission to bring you some great insights into our people, planes and planet.

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