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MFW: What does it take to win the EAL Flight Attendant Competition?

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Miami Fashion Week is here again and this year Eastern Air Lines, a major airline based in Miami, announced that it plans to re-launch services from the Miami International Airport, becoming the official sponsor of Miami Fashion Week.

In the spirit of fashion, they created a contest inviting local designers to design the company’s new flight attendant uniforms, choosing just five finalists that will present their designs at the EAL showcase at Miami Fashion Week on May 15th-18th where a panel of judges will determine who will land a contract with EAL.

Among the designers, finalists were: Lisu Vega, Vivana G., Samy Gicherman, Kayce Armstrong and Julian Chang. Our Miami Celebrity Fashion Examiner, Lissette Rondon got an exclusive interview with each of them, where they talked about their proposals, inspirations, futuristic designs and more.

Lets have our readers judge and decide who they think has what it takes to be the winner.

(We wanted to be fair so we asked the same 9 questions to each designer just to make it easier for our readers to compare answers and pick their favorite).

Good luck to all and may the best designer win!

Q&A with Lisu Vega: 'When I was a little girl I wanted to be a flight attendant'

Q&A with Viviana Gabeiras: 'The Matrix & Star Trek movies were my inspirations'

Q& A with Samy Gicherman: “I have the experience that my career gave me to win!"

Q&A with Kayce Armstrong: "I call my flight attendant, ‘Self’”

Q&A with Julian Chang, 'My inspiration was to capture the Miami Look!'

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