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.
In 1965, Braniff radically changed its identity by introducing the “BI” logo and bright color schemes designed by Alexander Girard for its jets, along with bold new flight crew uniforms by Italian designer Emilio Pucci. #DefunctThursday #Braniff #AvGeek
This tweet was posted on February 10, 2022.
In the early 1970s, Qantas Airways hired fashion designer Emilio Pucci (who also transformed Braniff… http://t.co/FmEUTHbNnQ
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RT @NathAt: Braniff '66 revamp by exec MaryWellsLawrence "End of Plain Planes." Alexandre Girard Emilio Pucci Beth Levine boot https://t.…
This tweet was posted on June 13, 2016.
“I have tried to do away with the uniform concept &...portray a very contemporary fashion look w/ a...world-wide significance.” Emilio Pucci
This tweet was posted on November 30, 2016.