As part of the task, teams designed stewardess uniforms for their own budget airlines. And this saw Team Collaborative – specifically contestants Camilla Ainsworth and Jackie Fast – produce a neon red bikini-style halter neck top paired with a short skirt for new party-themed company ‘Jet Pop’.
As Lord Sugar aide Claude Littner put it: “if it’s a chilly day they’re going to be in trouble, the stewardesses”.
KAREN: Can you imagine as a *woman* being asked to wear *that*?! As a *uniform*?! <FACES OF TWO YOUNG WOMEN THINKING 'Well, we actually do *want* to, but Karen's tone really suggests we shouldn't admit that.'>#TheApprenticepic.twitter.com/mZpcNsSc6D
Although many wondered why contestants were only asked to design female outfits in the first place…
Okay, wait. Why weren't the teams told to design a male and female version of the air crew uniform? Or at least one or the other? Since when are all air crew women? Have I accidentally tuned into the 1960s again? #TheApprentice