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"Flight Patterns" is on display post-security in Harvey Milk Terminal 1 and online at: https://t.co/O69YNba2Jq #FlightPatterns #AvGeek #Braniff #EmilioPucci #Pucci #uniform #flightattendant This tweet was posted on November 30, 2021.
"When You Got it- Flaunt It: #AdvertisingBraniff International" is on display, pre-security, in the Aviation Museum and Library. https://t.co/8sbBw9rlm5 #Braniff This tweet was posted on December 02, 2017.
"When You Got it- Flaunt It: #AdvertisingBraniff International" is on display, pre-security, in the Aviation Museum and Library. https://t.co/8sbBw9rlm5 #braniff #avgeek This tweet was posted on April 27, 2018.
"When you got it- flaunt it." portrayed unexpected, of-the-moment celebrities who had "it" declaring their loyalty to #Braniff International. #AdvertisingBraniff This tweet was posted on November 22, 2017.
#Braniff International Airways purchased a large fleet of the #727 and, after advertising executive #MaryWells radically revamped the airline's corporate identity, painted their aircraft in a variety of brightly colored liveries. #avgeek This tweet was posted on April 27, 2018.
#Braniff's #Boeing 747 was known as "Big Orange" and "the Great Pumpkin." The airline successfully branded the plane as the exclusive "747 Braniff Place." #AdvertisingBraniff This tweet was posted on December 02, 2017.
#EmilioPucci’s 1968 “Classic Collection” for #Braniff featured a long-sleeve dress in pale pink or plum Trevira polyester and wool, with a silver vinyl serving apron and belt with faux jewel ends reminded passengers of the ongoing Space Race. #FlightPatterns #Pucci This tweet was posted on November 30, 2021.
#Halston used earth tones for #Braniff's polyester suit pieces with tie-belt jacket & H-pattern nylon crepe. #FashionInFlight This tweet was posted on September 23, 2016.
#MaryWellsLawrence’s radical makeover of Braniff upended the status quo. #WomenInAviation #FashionInFlight This tweet was posted on August 03, 2016.
#OnThisDay in 1982, #Braniff Airways ceased operations. After World War II, Braniff flew internationally to the Caribbean, Mexico, and other parts of Latin America, and began doing business as Braniff International Airways. What are your favorite Braniff memories? This tweet was posted on May 12, 2018.
#OnThisDay in 1982, Braniff International Airways ceased operations. What are your favorite Braniff memories? #Braniff #avgeek This tweet was posted on May 12, 2019.
#Onthisday in 1979, the inaugural flight of British Airways & Braniff International Concorde Interchange Service departed Dallas-Fort Worth. This tweet was posted on January 13, 2017.
727 Braniff Place featured patterned skirts with decorative borders and two different hemlines that were worn with shorts or palazzo pants. Matching pumps, an umbrella, purse, and a reversible coat completed the ensemble. #FlightPatterns #Braniff #EmilioPucci This tweet was posted on January 18, 2022.
A fleet of stretched & updated DC-8 types, the Super 60 Series, was operated by #Braniff in the 1970s. Artist Alexander Calder conceived the colorful livery scheme for one of these aircraft, which was colorful christened “Flying Colors of South America.” #DefunctThursday #AvGeek This tweet was posted on February 10, 2022.
Alexander Calder's Douglas DC-8-62, named Flying Colors of South America, entered service in 1973 on routes between the U.S. and premier South American destinations. #Braniff #AdvertisingBraniff This tweet was posted on January 19, 2018.
Almost overnight, Well's campaign transformed #Braniff International from a respectably conservative, mid-sized Texas airline to an international icon of American youthful creativity and prosperity that captured the age like no other campaign had done before. #AdvertisingBraniff This tweet was posted on March 18, 2018.
Artist Alexander Calder was born #onthisday in 1898. In the early 1970s, Calder was commissioned to paint several aircraft operated by #Braniff International Airways. #avgeek #AlexanderCalder This tweet was posted on July 22, 2021.
Artist Alexander Calder was born #onthisday in 1898. In the early 1970s, Calder was commissioned to paint several aircraft operated by Braniff International Airways. Do you remember his livery for Braniff? #avgeek #MuseumFromHome #AlexanderCalder #avgeek This tweet was posted on July 22, 2020.
As with other Braniff uniforms, the 1974 Classic Collection featured a decorative, gold-plated, dove-shaped pin by Alexander Girard (1907–93). #FlightPatterns This tweet was posted on February 02, 2022.
Braniff International Airways purchased a large fleet of the 727 and, after advertising executive Mary Wells Lawrence radically revamped the airline’s corporate identity, painted their aircraft in a variety of brightly colored liveries. #WingWednesday This tweet was posted on July 21, 2021.
Braniff International Airways, which operated from 1930-1982, has the distinction of being one of very… http://t.co/1K6dotw14C This tweet was posted on November 26, 2013.
Braniff's 1965 uniforms projected a cosmic vibe as a theatrical marketing campaign and changed the look of flight fashion. #FashionInFlight This tweet was posted on December 02, 2016.
Braniff's marketing executive #MaryWellsLawrence upended the status quo with her makeover of Braniff's FA uniforms in 1965. #FashionInFlight This tweet was posted on December 02, 2016.
By the end of the decade, flight attendant uniforms became cool and chic rather than regimented and conservative. This exhibition features some of the wilder uniforms made between 1967–74 for Braniff, Northwest Orient, Pan American, TWA, and United. #FlightPatterns #avgeek This tweet was posted on April 04, 2022.
Designed by Alexander Calder, Braniff introduced "The Flying Colors of the US" to commemorate the US Bicentennial. This tweet was posted on July 07, 2016.
Do you remember Braniff's brightly painted planes? #WomenInAviation #FashionInFlight This tweet was posted on August 03, 2016.
Drawing on the success of his Ultrasuede ready-to-wear sportswear lines, American designer Roy #Halston Frowick used earth tones of light brown, beige, and ivory in #Braniff's 1977 flight attendant uniform suit with tie-belt jacket and H-pattern nylon crepe. This tweet was posted on December 19, 2018.
Emilio Pucci designed his 6th and final uniform for Braniff in 1974. Dubbed “The Classic Collection” after his similarly named uniform series from 1968, it showcased a swirling Pucci print along with blue and green elements that could be combined for more than 25 different looks. This tweet was posted on February 02, 2022.
Extra seats let the Lodestar compete economically with the DC-3, but many U.S. airlines had fully committed to the DC-3. The first Lodestar was acquired in 1940 by Mid-Continent Airlines, which operated throughout the Midwest and was acquired in 1952 by Braniff. #WingWednesday. This tweet was posted on March 24, 2021.
Flight Patterns is on display, post-security, in Harvey Milk Terminal 1. https://t.co/O69YNba2Jq #FlightPatterns #Braniff #EmilioPucci This tweet was posted on January 18, 2022.
Footwear designer #BethLevine created the striped calfskin boots for Braniff's 1966 uniform. #FashionInFlight This tweet was posted on August 06, 2016.
For #Braniff's “The End of the Plain Plane” campaign, designer #AlexanderGirard introduced a vivid color pallet, while Italian-born fashion impresario #EmilioPucci re-conceptualized the airline uniform. This tweet was posted on August 29, 2018.
From 1965–74, #EmilioPucci created multiple series of wild, mix-and-match, “non-uniform” uniforms for #Braniff in a variety of vivid colors and bold patterns that revolutionized airline fashion. #FlightPatterns #Pucci #flightattendant This tweet was posted on November 30, 2021.
In 1957, Braniff International Airways launched DC-7C service to South America that it dubbed “El Dorado” service. Sales of the DC-7 rapidly declined by the end of the decade, with the arrival of long-range jets such as the Boeing 707 and Douglas DC-8. #WingWednesday This tweet was posted on June 02, 2021.
In 1965, #MaryWellsLawrence revolutionized the airline industry with “The End of the Plain Plane” ad campaign for Braniff. #WomenInAviation This tweet was posted on August 03, 2016.
In 1965, #MaryWellsLawrence revolutionized the airline industry with “The End of the Plain Plane” ad campaign for Braniff. #WomenInAviation This tweet was posted on January 11, 2017.