The Story

Amelia Earhart after her first flight said: “By the time I had got two or three hundred feet off the ground I knew I had to fly”.

Keen to look the part she bought a leather jacket, wore it to bed for 3 nights to wear it in and cropped her hair short. Dubbed ‘Queen of the Air’ by the American press she would become the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932, landing triumphantly in a field of cows.

Effortlessly stylish she was rarely photographed without a silk scarf. She disappeared in the South Pacific attempting to fly around the world – mystery still surrounds her death.


Aviator Cloche

Cloche bag
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The print features a flight map and Tuberose flowers, which mean 'dangerous pleasures' in the language of flowers. Hand made in Britain.
  • A lightweight yet sturdy bag in a unique shape, suitable for daily use or weekends away, comfortably holds a laptop
  • Constructed from bonded canvas for super strength
  • High quality British leather and brass 
  • Two interior pockets: one patch pocket and one zipped pocket with antique copper zip
  • Brass zip custom made for Travail en Famille by YKK with brown zipper tape
  • Adjustable and detachable shoulder strap
  • Fully lined in charcoal denim
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