By Courtney Kenefick
May 09, 2014

Prabal Gurung’s latest designs are hitting the runway — the airport runway, that is. The designer and FLOTUS favorite recently designed uniforms for Japanese airline All Nippon Airways. Now, cabin attendants and ground staff will be decked in en vogue attire.

The new duds feature grey suiting with subtle pops of color, paired with modern blue and pink blouses. The highlight? Scarves and aprons printed with Japanese flower patterns—an ode to the airline’s heritage.

Gurung is not the first to take on in-flight fashions. Cynthia Rowley, Vivienne Westwood, and Christian LaCroix are a few of the names that have brought a certain fashion-forward je ne sais quoi to other airlines' uniforms.

Courtney Kenefick is Assistant Fashion Editor at Travel + Leisure.