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Awesome Idea: What If Nike Collaborated with Airlines for a Sneaker Collection?

April 3, 2014 at 11:31 AM | by | Comments (0)

Back in late 2012, we highlighted our favorite Instagram hashtag of-the-moment: #kicksonaplane.

The hashtag was first started by Marcus Troy, an "influencer" and brand strategist who uploaded a photo of his Converse on Air Canada Flight 7505 to Toronto City Airport one year ago. From there, he gave it its own website, but it's the hashtag which continues to organically grow within Instagram. Now it numbers over 3,000 images.

Inspired by the hashtag, London-based art director Marco Lemcke used his talents to answer the question, "What would a collaboration between Nike and some top airlines look like?" Here's a few of the incredible results:

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Count the American Airlines Cameos in Casey Neistat's J. Crew Ad

March 20, 2014 at 8:21 PM | by | Comments (0)

Filmmaker Casey Neistat, a master of viral videomaking, just released his newest mini-film and we have to admit that it's right up our alley. The 3-minute, 20-second clip is essentially one long ad for J.Crew's new Ludlow Traveler suit, which Casey sports while demonstrating 17 tips for traveling in style, bucking the growing trend of wearing slouchy sweatpants on planes and ill-fitting khaki cargo shorts on foreign streets.

While we're all for his tips to wear a suit onboard a long flight, change for sleep, then change again to be ready to go at your destination, we're not so sure about the surfing or snowboarding in a suit. But speaking of flights, Neistat is a dedicated AA frequent flyer and, for this film, worked with the airline to set up some of the more unique shots.

Can you spot all the American Airlines cameos?

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Fun Fact: LAN Airlines Has Existed for 85 of Commercial Aviation's 100 Years

March 17, 2014 at 9:49 AM | by | Comments (0)


1970s: inspired by Chilean heritage

2014 marks the 85th Anniversary of LAN. That's pretty incredible, considering commercial aviation itself is only 100 (and also celebrated that mark this year!).

To celebrate, LAN surprised one of their regularly scheduled flights from Santiago, Chile to Lima, Peru on March 12 with a flight attendant fashion show of uniforms over the decades, with 1950s, 70s, 80s and 90s ensembles again strutting the aisle.

This hardly marks the first time an airline has paraded its past through in-flight fashion. In fact, San Francisco Airport's own aviation history museum even aired out their archives to stage an exhibition of airline uniforms last year. Sadly that's come to a close, but scroll down for more photos of LAN's looks, plus a few other airline fashion shows from the last few years.

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Miami's Versace Mansion Sees a Fresh Slew of Celebs

March 13, 2014 at 3:42 PM | by | Comments (0)

This week the Kardashian sisters had the privileged of staying at the former Versace Mansion in Miami.

Located on Ocean Dr. in South Beach, Casa Casuarina attracts hundreds of tourists a day hoping to get a glimpse behind the gate of one of the country's most expensive and storied properties.

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Why 20,000 Well-Dressed Guests Took Over Disneyland for 'Dapper Day'

February 24, 2014 at 4:58 PM | by | Comments (0)

For lovers of fashion, history, and a bit of good fun, there are plenty of "throwback" events in the year's social calendar. These primarily happen on the east coast—for example there are vintage baseball games and NYC's summer-favorite Jazz Age Lawn Party—but sometimes the west coast gets in on the retro fun as well.

Case in point: Dapper Day at Disneyland. The event began in 2011, with a few hundred amusement park-goers donning their best vintage duds to enjoy Disneyland the way Walt Disney envisioned it: with families dressed in suits and skirts instead of fanny packs and cargo shorts. Now, Dapper Day attracts around 20,000 (the "dapper" folk nearly outnumber regular visitors) in the one day, and it's spread to include the Disney parks in Orlando and Paris.

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Copy Kate Upton's 'Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue' Zero-G Flight for $4,950

February 18, 2014 at 5:08 PM | by | Comments (0)

It's that time of the year already, when the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue brushes all other magazines off the racks to grab attention with barely bikini-covered boobs, and of course Page Six is all over the hijinks that occurred during photo shoots.

Aside from the models jetting off to exotic destinations like the Matterhorn in Switzerland, the hidden sand dunes of Brazil, and remote beaches in the Cook Islands, cover star Kate Upton was launched into "space" onboard the Zero-G parabolic trainer aircraft to simulate a gravity-less environment. Upton rode the Boeing 727 through multiple maneuvers and changed into various gold swimwear designs, without loosing her stomach, to complete one of the more elaborate photo spreads in the magazine.

Typically Zero-G requires their guests to wear navy flight jumpsuits and pay $4,950 per person for the experience, but we're sure Kate didn't have to worry about these trivialities. To get onboard yourself, Zero-G has upcoming flights available in Miami, Houston, Austin, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Philadelphia.

[Video: Sports Illustrated]

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This is the Worst Airport Outfit of All Time

February 3, 2014 at 11:52 AM | by | Comment (1)

So, a couple months ago while walking down Oxford Street in Sydney, our attention was momentarily grabbed by a store sporting nothing but onesies in the window. Surely there had to be more to their retail concept? But no, it was, in fact, "One Piece," a brand and entire worldwide chain of stores dedicated to bundling up the adult population like nappy-wearing infants. We only hoped we'd never witness onesies supplant Juicy Couture track pants as a trend in airplane attire.

Turns out we're hoping against hope, since a girl of questionable fame was recently caught by the paparazzi at London-Heathrow emerging from baggage claim in what is simultaneously the world's most comfortable and least appropriate travel outfit. And it's not the first time; she—Perrie Edwards of UK girl group "Little Mix" and fiancé of one of the One Direction boys—pulled a similar look at Glasgow Airport.

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One Perfect Present: A Tiny Toiletry Ideal for Dopp Kits

December 19, 2013 at 4:22 PM | by | Comments (0)

There's so much crap travel gear out there that, all this week, we're wading through the muck to feature travel items truly worth giving as gifts. Every day, we'll feature one item we personally love and recommend and think you need in your travel life.

This present idea is divided into two, one for a guy and one for a gal.

For him: So LUSH Cosmetics, a company that makes much more than cosmetics, has these super cool things called "shampoo bars." Instead of relying on the iffy quality of hotel shampoo or messing with packing your own 3oz container of hair wash, throw one of these small, solid bars into your luggage.

There's 10 different bars, each with a distinctive scent and purpose. For example, our favorite—the campfire-scent "Soak and Float"—works to soothe irritated scalps and banish dandruff. Other bars address thinning hair, oily scalps and tangled tresses. Keep them in a tin for easy grab n' go.

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One Perfect Present: An All-Purpose Travel Hat Handmade in the USA

December 18, 2013 at 4:14 PM | by | Comments (0)

There's so much crap travel gear out there that, all this week, we're wading through the muck to feature travel items truly worth giving as gifts. Every day, we'll feature one item we personally love and recommend and think you need in your travel life.

Don't run to the nearest Target the night before a trip to buy whatever woven synthetic topper "will do for now." A small investment in a custom hat, which is actually also an investment in the survival of a classic New York City business, is the answer.

Thanks to the impulsiveness of milliner Satya Twena and her brilliant Kickstarter campaign, the Makins Hats factory in Midtown Manhattan is coming back from closure, in time to save the collections, the American-made equipment, hat shapes dating back to the 1930s, and even the jobs of the skilled staff.

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One Perfect Present: A Ridiculously Lightweight, Hard-Shell Suitcase

December 18, 2013 at 8:39 AM | by | Comments (0)

There's so much crap travel gear out there that, all this week, we're wading through the muck to feature travel items truly worth giving as gifts. Every day, we'll feature one item we personally love and recommend and think you need in your travel life.

Luggage may be a popular graduation gift, but any walk through the airport makes it abundantly clear that some travelers haven't upgraded since. Every year brings new technology and materials for staying under weight limits while enduring everything a baggage handler can throw, and lately we've been very impressed with one such new-fangled line of luggage in particular: Samsonite CURV.

Not everyone can afford ribbed cases of Rimowa (prices for which hover around $1,000 a case), but take it down a few hundred dollars and there's Samsonite CURV's "Firelite" and "Cosmolite" cases in the same class of durability and style.

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One Perfect Present: A Frequent Flyer-Approved, Handmade Leather Case

December 16, 2013 at 4:28 PM | by | Comments (0)

There's so much crap travel gear out there that, all this week, we're wading through the muck to feature travel items truly worth giving as gifts. Every day, we'll feature one item we personally love and recommend and think you need in your travel life.

In a small leather shop in Colorado, "in a town full of wildlife nestled against Rocky Mountain National Park," there's a small company named SkyTop Trading. It's the type of manufacturer whose merits spread by word of mouth, and they'd like to keep it that way; each item is handmade by craftsmen of quality saddle leather with the promise that "it will outlast you."

We first spotted a SkyTop briefcase on our friend, Sid, who commutes half-way across the United States to then travel half-way around the world on business. He's a frequent flyer for his day job as well as in his free time, piloting his 1962 Beechcraft Bonanza. Every mile of the way, that gorgeous SkyTop is in-hand or on his back.

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Spotted: Qantas' Flashy New Flight Attendant Uniforms

Where: Australia
November 15, 2013 at 8:29 AM | by | Comments (0)

We last shared the news back in April, how Qantas plans to revamp their flight attendant uniform to modernize the look and, possibly, turn heads while cruising around airports. The official launch isn't until December, but some cabin crew have been test-wearing them for a few months now.

On a recent flight on the Red Roo, we caught a flash of fuchsia whizzing by our seat and realized it was a new uniform, in the wild. Then we saw it as she turned the galley corner; the navy shift-dress with pink and red highlights and matching neck scarf.

We briefly got the lowdown on what our attendant thought of the new Martin Grant-designed uniform and she had nothing but positive praise for the look, with the exception of the Trilby hat, which is a bit too hot for summer months.

Keep an eye out for the new duds on Qantas flights this month, and absolutely in December when the fresh uniforms become standard. After seeing the new uniform coupled with perfect hair and makeup, all we can say is (Trilby) hats off to Qantas!

[Photo: Rayme Gorniak/Jaunted]