Moods of Norway go up in the air



The creative and happy brand Moods of Norway has designed the new uniforms for the cabin crew and pilots at the airliner Norwegians new long distance flights to Bangkok, New York and Fort Lauderdale in Florida from the 30th of May. With these elegant and hansom outfits, the crew will match the interior design inside Norwegians new Boeing 787 Dreamliner on these flights. Navy blue is the key color, mixed with Moods of Norway's characteristic checkered pattern. Norwegians own red and white colors are present in the details, as well as light blue from the Dreamliner interior design. The uniforms are highly inspired by the 60s - the golden airline decade. 


Moods of Norway is a happy brand with a lovely sense of humour. Designers Simen Staalnacke and Peder Børresen have placed messages on their clothes. Inside the jackets, trenchcoats, trousers and skirts, joyful words and messages like 'coffee', 'tea' and 'come fly with me". On the socks, the check list reminds the crew to 'toothbrush, be on time, buckle up, know your exits, enjoy the flight, have fun'. 

CEO of Norwegian, Bjørn Kjos, says they're very pleased with the uniforms:

- The design is funny and modern, and I really look forward to display the uniforms at our long distance flights. Moods of Norway has, similar to us, gone abroad to an international market, and we both see the significance of branding ourselves in a way that stands out, he says in a press release.

The Stryn duo comment the collaboration:

- It's a great honor to put our signature on Norwegians new international flights with our 'happy clothes for happy crew'. We want to recreate some of the glamour and style from the golden airline era in the 60s, and at the same time add some of the characteristic, joyful Moods of Norway design through details and colors.

Text: Hanne Erøy. Photos and info: Moods of Norway/Norwegian/Polhem Pr.