ATLANTA (AP) — Some Delta Air Lines employees are using a less familiar runway to show off new uniforms created by fashion designer Zac Posen.
Employee models took to a fashion runway to debut the clothing Wednesday on Facebook .
Delta says the uniforms will be worn by more than 60,000 of its employees, from technicians to flight attendants. The company says the uniforms “elevate the look and brand of Delta employees.”
Posen says in a statement from Delta he worked “alongside employees to understand how they interact with the clothes” to create his designs.
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In addition helming his own collection, Posen is working as creative director for a Brooks Brothers line of women’s clothing. He’s also a judge on Lifetime’s “Project Runway.”