There are some styles in our cabin crew shoes collection that are inspired by something specific. Sometimes it is an inspiration that has to do with a specific type of shoe, other times it is related to design issues, such as shapes and volumes. However, in this post we would like to talk about a couple of flight attendant shoe models that are inspired by a feeling, that of nostalgia.
We refer to the Lucca and Milan styles.
There are two footwear designs for flight attendants that bear an obvious similarity to each other: the last is stylized at the toe and the heels, even though they are of different heights, are narrower and more slender than those of the rest of the shoes in our catalog.
Those two shoes were not designed by chance, but we wanted to recover a spirit with them. With a certain nostalgia, we tried to evoke the elegance and glamor that for several decades were characteristic of flight cabin crews, flight attendants and pilots, as well as, in general, the world of commercial airlines. It was the golden years of the commercial aviation, especially the 1960s, when both passengers and crews embarked together on the discovery and enjoyment of a novel technology. A time when traveling by plane was a glamorous experience. The passengers were friendly attended to without haste and the air travel was pleasantly unforgettable.
That spirit was also transmitted to the uniforms of the flight crews, with suits designed by, on many occasions, prestigious fashion designers, such as Pertegaz or Berghanyer. Carefully taylored uniforms, stylishly dressed by flight attendants and pilots.
That elegance, not exempt from sobriety, as an indispensible requirement of any uniform garment, is what we at Zeddea wanted to transmit to our Milan and Lucca models. The first with a heel of just over 7 cmts and the second with a height of approximately 5 centimeters, both very stylish, professional looking and comfortable.
Two cabin crew shoes designs that for some time now have delighted all of you, our invaluable clients.