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  • 'Pan Am's' 60s Fashion Style

    "Pan Am" is soaring high. The premiere of ABC's '60s era series about flight attendents scored 10.9 million viewers overall, second only to football. Click through to get a glimpse of "Pan Am" era style.
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  • A Look Back at Past Flight Styles

    Christina Ricci as a flight attendant in the new ABC series "Pan Am." The drama tells the story of passion, jealousy and espionage. The style of the 1960s, the energy and excitement of the Jet Age are a part of this highly-original drama that premieres on Sunday, Sept. 25.
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  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    Two stewardesses in Pacific Southwest Airlines uniforms, circa 1973.
    Courtesy US Airways
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    Oleg Cassini created a "futuristic" looking uniform for flight attendants working at Air West, circa 1968-1971.
    Courtesy Delta Airlines
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    Howard Hughes hired Mario Armond Zamparelli to create flight attendant uniforms for the airline Hughes Airwest, circa 1972-1977.
    Courtesy The Museum of Flight Collection
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    Three Stewardesses standing near a Jet Engine.
    Courtesy The Museum of Flight Collection
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    A stewardess checks in on passengers in a sleeping berth on the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser.
    Courtesy The Museum of Flight Collection
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    American Airlines flight attendants wear Leonard Fisher's "American Field Flowers Collection," circa 1971-1974.
    Courtesy American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    Four stewardesses wear the "American Fields Flowers Collection by Leonard Fisher," circa 1971-1974.
    Courtesy American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    A Boeing 747 publicity shot of United Airlines stewardess in the early 1970s.
    Courtesy The Museum of Flight Collection
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    Flight attendants for Qantas Airways wear Emil Pucci designs, circa 1974-1985.
    Courtesy Qantas Airways
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    A UAL Stewardess serving food to a passenger.
    Courtesy The Museum of Flight Collection
  • A Look Back At Flight Style

    United Airlines Flight attendants pose inside a 747 in 1966.
    Courtesy The Museum of Flight Collection
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