AE 1932

Suede leather
Cotton poplin lining
Rib in Cashwool
Closing by 7 horn buttons
One inside pocket

History AE 1932

Amelia Earhart, also known as Lady Lindy, was one of America’s greatest female aviators.
In 1928, she became famous as the first woman to cross the Atlantic as a co-pilot, and most notably as a solo pilot in 1932.
Amelia Earhart was a beautiful woman who could either wear a flying overall, a short suede jacket or an evening gown by Irene Lentz. In any case, she did it with elegance and lovelyness.
As easy in a plane or in a lounge, Amelia Earhart disappeared on July 2nd, 1937 over Papua New Guinea during a non-stop world tour.

At the request of the Amelia Earhart Foundation, Chapal made a few replicas of the original aviator jacket she used to wear a lot during her frequent flights.
Today we present it under the name AE 1932.


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