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First, they were influenced by WWII, which gave them a formal and military aesthetic, before they went clean, white and clinical for the fifties.
A decade later, in the sixties, they introduced the first designer uniform - by Christian Dior, no less - then got playful with prints in the seventies and eighties, before eventually settling with today's Pacific Wave look.
To celebrate this rather entertaining evolution, here are the airline's most memorable wardrobe moments.