Monday, January 11, 2010


Dutchman A Freak For Airline Uniforms

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One man can’t get enough of flight attendants’ uniforms.

Since he was a boy, Dutchman Cliff Muskiet was mesmerized by the sleek, modern uniforms worn by stewardesses on his flights around the world, and began collecting them in 1980.

He’s managed to amass more than 870 of the get-ups dating as far back as the early days of commercial aviation from countries like China, Mexico, and Ghana, displaying his collection on UniformFreak.com.

Muskiet, who serves drinks 30,000 feet in the air as a KLM flight attendant, says his collection really took off in 1993 and has been coasting through clear skies ever since.

He regrets not collecting more uniforms in the ’80s, but thinks he’s more than made up for the slacking over time.

The uniform freak hopes to one day make a book to show off his prized possessions.

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