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Celebrity Airport Style
By Matt Glazebrook, 2 May 2014
Back in the golden age of travel, when cruising at 30,000 feet in a miracle of modern engineering was still considered a big deal, you were expected to suit up before you shipped out. These days, however, you can more or less get away with schlepping through security in pyjamas and a portable neck pillow. If, however, you seek somewhere between the extremes of David Beckham's international statesman vibe and Louis Tomlinson's naptime-ready look, find your in-flight inspiration in our gallery below.
Just because you're flying over well-charted waters, it doesn't mean you can't evoke the glory days of the dandy Victorian explorer. Prince William cuts a suitably suave, safari-accented figure here, although we'd probably make this much effort if we were going by private jet, too.
Russell Brand doesn't let his rocker style slip for a second, travelling light in artfully distressed jeans, battered sneaks and a leather jacket. Let's just hope he doesn't doze off and get that elaborate necklace all tangled up in his eye mask and headphones.
While Mo Farah would be more justified than most in sporting comfy sports gear to the airport (it being his job and all), he remains admirably committed to stylish streetwear in this bomber jacket. Bonus points for the hood – ideal for a sneaky snooze or just hiding from an annoying seat neighbour.
Some people just can't wait 'til they make it through baggage claim to set their legs free. You're going to be 'chili' once you reach cruising altitude, Anthony Kiedis.
Looks like someone's angling for an upgrade! We're not sure how well Keanu Reeves' shiny suit will stand up to 10 hours in an aeroplane seat, but smart move for pairing it with a 'headrest hair'-hiding baseball cap.
Justin Timberlake knows where it's at. Loose-fit jeans will give maximum seat-back comfort (and are an acceptable alternative to your jim-jams), a scarf comes in handy when the air-con kicks in and that all-important cap will shade bleary, night-flight eyes when you reach your final destination.