Spring fashion inspired by the glamorous early era of flight
A relaxed take on tailored pieces and trench coats takes a getaway wardrobe to new heights
Photography by Carlyle Routh
Styling by Georgia Groom
Max Mara elevates the details of a classic trench in its silk overcoat and double-breasted skirt.
Designer Kathryn Bowen reimagines the flight suit for everyday wear.
A slouchy Brunello Cucinelli suit guarantees a polished yet comfortable look on board.
A cracked finish gives this leather topper a well-travelled look that grounds a mix of graphic separates.
This glossy Phillip Lim jacket in rich bordeaux plays up a breezy beauty palette of reds, pinks and oranges.
A suit in a deep blush hue is upgraded with the addition of one the season's harness-inspired bags.
One of the final collections by outgoing Céline designer Phoebe Philo soars thanks to its easy-to-wear, oversized blazers.
Makeup and hair by Sheri Stroh for Nudestix/Oribe/Plutino Group. Model: Sophie Touchet at Sutherland Models. Photographed at Brantford Municipal Airport in Brantford, Ont. (brantfordairport.ca).
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