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Lebanon's national carrier, Middle East Airlines, is marking its 70th anniversary with new uniforms for its flight attendants.Modern, elegant and professional, the new uniforms will replace the turquoise skirts and jackets styled by Lebanese designer Ziad Nseir. For the redesign, MEA opted for young blood, selecting Lebanese designer Antoine Kareh to style the outfits. Kareh was a natural choice for the project, Rabih Azar, the airline's project manager and director of Industry Affairs, told The Daily Star. MEA was established in 1945 and has developed into one of the region's most prestigious airlines. With the new outfit, which is designed by Kareh and implemented by the Lebanese company Clear Trim, MEA follows in the footsteps of a number of fashionable designs. The men's outfit is now a black jacket and pants with a royal blue tie.Putting together the new outfit was an enormous undertaking. It was very important to them that the new outfit be a reflection of Lebanon, and be directly associated with MEA.Once the main color had been chosen, Kareh built the outfits around it.The print has become part of the identity of all MEA outfits: Its pattern is repeated in the lining of the jackets and the sleeves of the dresses.
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