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The Art of Flying

Con una extensa y cuidada selección de fotografías, Assouline nos deleita este enero con El Arte de Volar’, una publicación que a través de 176 páginas recorre la historia de la aviación comercial de gran parte del siglo XX. Desde la elegancia de los años 30, cuando volar era sinónimo de glamour y aventura; hasta los avances tecnológicos que supusieron las cabinas presurizadas o el Concord; pasando por estilosos uniformes diseñados por firmas de la talla de Dior o Emilio Pucci o las minifaldas de los años 60.

Editado y escrito por Josh Condon, de la revista Details (Nueva York) y en asociación con la aerolínea VistaJet, con ‘El Arte de Volar’ prepárate para un viaje a lo largo de siete décadas condensadas en 120 imágenes que te harán añorar el pasado dorado de la aviación y te harán soñar en viajes a bordo de jets privados y aviones de lujo. ¿Despegamos?

With an extensive and careful selection of photographs, Assouline delights us this January with ‘The Art of Flying’, a publication containing 176 pages, covers the history of commercial aviation for most of the twentieth century. From the elegance of the 30s, when flying was synonymous with glamor and adventure; up to the technological advances which represented the pressurized cabins or the Concord; through stylish uniforms designed and signed by huge names like Dior and Emilio Pucci, to the 60s miniskirts.

Edited and written by Josh Condon from Details magazine (New York) and in association with VistaJet airline, with ‘The Art of Flying’ prepare yourself for a journey throughout seven decades condensed in 120 images that will make you yearn for the early golden aviation period and make you dream about trips aboard private jets and luxury planes. ¿Shall we take off?

With an extensive and careful selection of photographs, Assouline delights us this January with ‘The Art of Flying’, a publication containing 176 pages, covers the history of commercial aviation for most of the twentieth century. From the elegance of the 30s, when flying was synonymous with glamor and adventure; up to the technological advances which represented the pressurized cabins or the Concord; through stylish uniforms designed and signed by huge names like Dior and Emilio Pucci, to the 60s miniskirts.

Edited and written by Josh Condon from Details magazine (New York) and in association with VistaJet airline, with ‘The Art of Flying’ prepare yourself for a journey throughout seven decades condensed in 120 images that will make you yearn for the early golden aviation period and make you dream about trips aboard private jets and luxury planes. ¿Shall we take off?

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