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Braniff - Pucci designed uniform 1960's

Astro Fashion Special Feature: Pucci-Designed Braniff Stewardess Uniforms, With Freakin’ Bubble Helmets!

BRANIFF International stewardess uniforms of the 60s and mid 70's.

BRANIFF International stewardess uniforms of the 60s and mid 70's.

Miami Travel Poster. Circa 1960. Vintage Poster #FABFlorida

Vintage Miami Travel Poster

a Hughes Airwest uniform used from 1972 to 1977 uniform, designed by Mario Zamparelli. The image goes with the Museum of Flight's second Style in the Aisle exhibit.

early by American artist and designer Mario Armond Zamparelli for Hughes Airwest.

Photos: 8 Ways Air Travel Used To Be Infinitely Cooler

First class cabin, airline unknown. Late airlines fashion there was even a piano in the upper deck! - empfohlen von First Class and

1960s flight attendants They were called stewardesses then

loved going to the airport when Aunt Betty was coming - we picked up Uncle Frank, Aunt Georgia, Karen (not sure about Diana) - we picked up Aunt Mary once - she told me about lunch on the plane - she had a cupcake and I thought flying sounded wonderful

1960's flight attendant in a uniform designed by Emilio Pucci. The plastic bubble helmet, to protect hairdos on windy tarmacs, was an integral part of the Pucci-designed uniforms.

flight attendant in a uniform designed by Emilio Pucci. The plastic bubble helmet, to protect hairdos on windy tarmacs, was an integral part of the Pucci-designed uniforms. Great uniforms, however, that bubble hat (ugh )

Airplane food when it was fun to fly!

Remember when we were served meals on airplanes? Now, unless you fly class, you only get peanuts or pretzels and a can of soda or bottle of water. Remembering back on the food prep, I think I'll be happy with the pretzels!

Baby Boomer Women | Nostalgia | Lufthansa flight attendants!

design-is-fine: “ Lufthansa Stewardess outfit, Germany. Design Werner Machnik, Via MAKK Cologne ”