Past and Present Bomber Jackets

Not only the hair to the years ‘ 40 and striking lips are some of the salient features of Lana del Rey in the media; its simple style, which has left uncovered a trend that gradually take the streets, is starring in a garment that was reborn since its inception: the bomber jacket.

Used by pilots during World War I, this model became a symbol of the dress of the skin heads during the ‘ 80s, and was during that decade that brands sports or casual wear as Members Only launched versions in lightweight fabrics and different colors, applying details like the neck crossed mao.Today, the bomber jacket is taken the catwalks appearing in eye-catching models, prints, and also as the characteristic element of the hero of “Drive” (2011), played by Ryan Gosling.

In the Decade of the ‘ 80s, Chanel launched its own jacket bomber with moulded type model handkerchief, which today was reborn from the hand of Givenchy and his 2011 collection.Although the style of the garment was also identified in that decade with movies like “Grease 2”, where Michelle Pfeiffer took its own model in color pink, today the combination with formal dresses or their use in metallic colors have elevated it to a new level of worship. Perhaps it all started with Isabel Marant, during the 2009 fashion designer, who for the collection spring-summer 2011, decided to climb to the catwalk models covered sports court bomber jackets, jeans and tacos. Soon it was followed by Givenchy, who made his own by absorbing the model but applying floral prints, and brands as River Island, Zara and Topshop, among others.

Today designers like Christopher Kane and BCBGMaxAzria are equipped with their own printed versions of the bomber jacket also showing on Bittranslators; Although there is another type of model trends, one more sports-the same carrying the members of teams of American football, for example, apparently is the option with scarf print that takes the lead. Street style and fashion blogs pages already have its creators showing the perfect combination to get out of this jacket, that some even has her glam version in gold courtesy of the now legendary brand Members Only, the same as loved George Constanza de “Seinfeld”.