Collage - Journal 1932...

Collage - Journal 1932...

Monday, May 4, 2009

Was it a - Golden Age - Jet-Setting the Globe in the 60s? - High Altitude Cat Walk

The Zulu is pointing in the direction of .....

..the 1960s.......
.... when the uniforms of the Flight attendants were more colorful, and the ""stewardesses"(a 1960s term) had a happier attitude towards the life of Jet-setting .....

Photo - Bill Eppridge
Is she on her way for a new Pucci outfit?

1960s and ........Emilio Pucci...
Creation and Design - Emilio Pucci

It was the 1960s and Emilio Pucci was the man to lead the fashion industry with his Psychedelic creations,designs, and patterns which still have an influence today. In the 60s his clothes were light and highly sought after and you could pack up with a lot of clothing in a small suitcase on your trip to the Côte d'Azur

Creation and Design - 1964 - Emilio Pucci

Pucci designed the flight attendants uniforms for Braniff International Airways....

Pucci - 1968 - Photo Bill Eppridge

Emilio Pucci, Marchese di Barsento (1914 – 1992),
belonged to one of the oldest noble families in Florence which, could be traced back to the 13th Century. Pucci would continue to live and work from his Palace during his life. He was a fencer and a skier - a man of sports, politics and design ... As Eva Dickson and her former husband he liked to race cars as well. He married Baroness Cristina Nannini – Pucci said once - "I married a Botticelli” – Women are living art it is a delight to see them be part of/in Poetry, Writing, Art, Music,and adventures - any accomplish in our lives.

His very distinctive designs are sold through Emilio Pucci boutiques worldwide.

Laudomia Pucci

His daughter - Laudomia Pucci - took over after his death in 1992 and continued to design under their family name of Pucci.

and now back to were we started....Could the colors and the 60s era of uniforms on the aircrafts bring more of a smile to todays passengers? Would be nice.... Life is Good..


In 1967 a book arrived in the homes of the curious .......The Title was - Coffee, Tea, or Me? - The Uninhibited Memoirs of Two Airline Stewardes - by Trudy Baker and Rachel Jones.

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