Delta Air Lines unveils new uniforms

(WTNH) — Delta Air Lines has unveiled its new uniforms for its 60,000 employees.

High-end fashion designer Zac Posen spent three years designing the new looks to be worn by flight attendants, gate agents and the concierge.

To get the fit and function right, Posen served peanuts on flights, worked at terminal gates and even scanned passengers.

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The dresses and suits are made with spandex for stretch and comfort.

You’ll start seeing employees wearing them on May 29.

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