The energy of the French couturier Christian Lacroix is truly limitless. The designer creates his own collections of haute couture and ready-to-wear, is working on a ready-to-wear line for the House of Pucci and finds time to develop a new uniform for employees of the famous company Air France, whose managers officially announced on Tuesday that soon The 35,000-strong contingent of the aviation giant will change into uniforms designed at the Lacroix workshops.
The new uniform of the company's employees will remain the familiar dark blue color, which Air France has never changed over the past 70 years. Men are offered a choice of two styles of suits (single-breasted and double-breasted jackets), women can optionally use both a classic skirt and a trouser suit in their wardrobe.
According to Air France CEO Jean-Cyril Spinett, the invitation to Christian Lacroix is a continuation of the good traditions of the company, which was one of the first to cooperate with leading French Fashion Houses, thus maintaining the high standards of quality and elegance that are strongly associated with France.
InterModa. Ru, based on materials from FWD