ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Alaska Airlines showcased a new line of employee uniforms in what the company called a fashion show Thursday afternoon.
The new uniforms, issued by a Seattle-based designer, were described as "modern, West Coast-inspired" by media relations with the airlines.
Sangita Woerner, Alaska Airlines' vice president of marketing, said the new uniform collection includes "bright pops of color, clean lines and stunning finishes, creating a stylish yet approachable look."
The new uniforms will officially debut on the backs of employees next week, with 130 employees wearing the test garments.
Those employees range from flight attendants to pilots to customer service and gate personnel.
The test period will last 60 days, the airlines said.