Blousons en cuir daviateurs de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale.

Les blousons en cuir d'aviateurs de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale

Blousons en cuir d'aviateurs de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale

Les blousons en cuir d'aviateurs de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale

Cyril Dworak, an air gunner, had a fellow airman in the Bomb Group, Joe Bodner, paint his jacket. The swastika denotes a victory over a German fighter plane. (via WWII War Paint: How Bomber-Jacket Art Emboldened Our Boys

On the Street…..Outside the Grand Palais, Paris great lammy coat men fashion tumblr style winter

On the Street…..Outside the Grand Palais, Paris

From the Sartorialist: outside the Grand Palais, Paris. A shearling jacket pushing and a pair of Carhart khakis at about Like a woman wearing an H&M tube top with a Givenchy skirt.

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The venerable Army Air Corps leather jacket – the definitive war-era outerwear to spark generations of leaders and rebels, heroes and rogues.

Ce site a un article intéressant sur les blousons décorés parfois portés par les pilotes américains lors de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale. L’article explique que la hiérarchie militaire laissait les pilotes décorer leurs blousons malgré l’importance de l’uniforme dans l’armée car les pilotes étaient des jeunes à peine majeurs qui pouvaient mourir par dizaines lors …

Les blousons en cuir d'aviateurs de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale

An jacket worn by an American air gunner in the Bomb Squadron, Bomb Group. The dog was the squadron mascot, and the outline of Italy indicates were he served. From the collection of Jeff Spielberg.

Lt. Ken Strong, who’d been an artist for Walt Disney, created the Pacific Islander character Asterperious for the 319th Bomb Squadron. The jolly roger with cross-bombs was the insignia for the 90th Bomb Group. From the collection of Jeff Spielberg.

Ken Strong, who’d been an artist for Walt Disney, created the Pacific Islander character Asterperious for the Bomb Squadron. The jolly roger with cross-bombs was the insignia for the Bomb Group. From the collection of Jeff Spielberg.

"Heavenly Body" by D. Sheley, via Flickr

vintage everyday: Bomber Jacket Art – See U. Air Force Pilots Personalized Nose Art on Their Flight Jackets During WWII

bomber WWII Flight Jackets | WW2 Bomber Jacket

Vintage Avirex Bomber Dear WW2 Type A-2 Flight Bomber Leather Jacket 42L

"Der Grossarschvogel"    aka "You All Right"  Boeing B-17G-105-BO Flying Fortress  s/n 43-39125  613th BS, 401st BG, 8th AF  This was the last 401st plane lost in combat. It was shot down by flak on the April 20,1945 mission to Brandenburg,Germany. 5 KIA, 4 POW and 1 Evaded.

vintage everyday: Bomber Jacket Art – See U. Air Force Pilots Personalized Nose Art on Their Flight Jackets During WWII

Six U.S.O. Girls wear A-2 jackets belonging to the 90th Bomb Group, a.k.a. “Jolly Rogers,” under a B-24 bomber.

USO girls wear jackets belonging to the Bomb Group, aka “Jolly Rogers” under a bomber WWII

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