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Futurist "Courreges" Pan Am - a la Kubrick's 2001 A Space Odyssey

The uniform worn by actress Edwina Carroll, was never actually used in the Pan Am aircraft, because it was a costume film 2001 - A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick

Braniff International, USA (1965 – 1966)

Photos: Explore the world’s biggest collection of flight attendant uniforms

BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS Emilio Pucci - Emilio Pucci set some sort of standard with his space bubble in and no airline uniform designer has been as daring since. We should bring it back for Virgin Galaxy's inaugural flight next year.

These headsets were a World War II German invention  designed to enhance the noise and flash of enemy guns so they were easier to pinpoint

The bizarre vintage inventions that (unsurprisingly) never took off

Where did that noise come from? It's a question people have been asking for millennia, but in the past century we started to build machines that would help us find out. Here are some of the most insane moments in the history of sound-location technology.


The Terrier and Lobster: "Is There Anybody Out There?": Maaike Klaasen and Sophie Thomas Go Neon Mod by Yuval Hen for UK Tatler

Stewardess from 2001 Space Station Lounge 1968

i have 3 hours to kill, and all i can see is the fucking moon. space is sooooooooooo lame. - spoiled 2001 pan am stewardess

Our beautiful crew modelling the new Etihad uniform on the runway.  www.etihad.com

Book flights to worldwide destinations from United States with Etihad Airways, national airline of the United Arab Emirates

Air India may recruit about 500 pilots and over 1,500 cabin crew in next two to…

Air India may recruit about 500 pilots and over cabin crew in next two to three years to meet the requirement as the fleet size is expected to increase considerably, a senior.

flight attendant - the glamorous days

"Fashion Airlines" - Vogue US October 1994 - Carla Bruni and Meghan Douglas - Ellen von Unwerth

American Airlines Advert 1960s

Wardrobe for a Jet Weekend, Paris; photo for Playboy by Fernand Fonssagrives; May 1959 issue.