@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #flightpatterns This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 9 posts .

This is your last week to see “Flight Patterns.” This image was posted on April 04, 2022. #flightpatterns #uniform #flightattendant #avgeek #aviationhistory #fashion
Emilio Pucci (1914–92) designed his sixth and final uniform for Braniff in 1974. This image was posted on February 02, 2022. #flightpatterns #uniform #flightattendant #pucci #fashion
In 1972, Emilio Pucci (1914–92) designed the “727 Braniff Place Blue Pant Collection” to commemorate the company’s growing fleet of Boeing 727 trijet airliners. This image was posted on January 18, 2022. #flightpatterns #braniff #emiliopucci #pucci #uniform #flightattendant #avgeek
Braniff International Airways declared 1965 as “The End of the Plain Plane” after they hired advertising executive Mary Wells Lawrence (b. This image was posted on November 30, 2021. #flightpatterns #braniff #emiliopucci #pucci #uniform #flightattendant #avgeek #fashion
Happy Birthday Jean Louis! This image was posted on October 05, 2021. #flightpatterns #uniform #flightattendant #crewlife
The winter 1968 uniform by Dalton Apparel for Trans World Airlines (TWA) was a more colorful departure from the TWA’s previous looks. This image was posted on August 06, 2021. #flightpatterns #uniform #flightattendant #dalton #transworldairlines #crewlife
Trans World Airlines (TWA) took a subtle approach to their 1968 summer uniform. This image was posted on June 29, 2021. #flightpatterns #avgeek #airline #airlineuniform #1960s #fashion #twa
Mid-1960s airline fashion showcased bright and colorful, patterned fabrics for the first time in the industry. This image was posted on June 10, 2021. #flightpatterns #avgeek #airline #airlineuniform #1960s #fashion #northwestairlines
Not one, but TWO exhibitions and galleries opened this week! This image was posted on May 28, 2021. #flightpatterns #stonewarestories #avgeek #museum #uniforms #pottery