Delta Air Lines supplied a sneak peek at its new crew uniforms this week during a runway show in the company's hometown of Atlanta.
Created by celebrity fashion designer Zac Posen, the snappy new duds will be worn by more than 60,000 front-line workers, including flight attendants and customer-service agents at airports. It's Delta's biggest uniform overhaul since 2006.
The carrier described the outfits as contemporary, with classic touches paying homage to air travel's past. The bold color palette includes shades dubbed "Passport Plum," "Groundspeed Graphite," and "Traveling Thistle" (shouldn't that be Thraveling Thistle?).
Passengers can expect to start seeing the new looks by the end of the year.