An anniversary collection by Air France

From 28 September to 10 October 2023, Air France will be at Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann to celebrate its 90th anniversary in style. On the second and third floors of the Coupole shop, the airline is also opening pop-up stores offering a range of objects specially created or reissued for its 90th anniversary. New collaborations with top French brands are being marketed exclusively at Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann!

✈️ A collection of items 90 years old

These products include a collection of 90th anniversary items: flat cotton zipped bags, regenerated leather luggage tags, mugs, cotton totes bags, magnets and fabric flame key rings, identical to those used on the ground by pilots and mechanics. The company is also reissuing its most beautiful vintage posters in 50 x 70 format in postcard boxes and notebooks. Models of aircraft from the past to the present are also available, from the DC3 to the Airbus A220.

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✈️ Collaborations with iconic French brands!

Air France is also working with a number of top French brands, exclusively at Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann.

A unique “Cruise” tote bag from Air France and Delsey

Air France is teaming up once again with its partner Delsey to offer a limited edition of totes bags bearing the words “avant j’étais un toboggan Air France” (“before I was an Air France toboggan”). Made in France using an innovative process, each bag is unique and made from recycled material from the airline’s aircraft toboggans. “Croisière” collection, limited edition, available in yellow and grey, 180 euros.

A glittery Vanessa Bruno tote bag in the Air France colours

Air France has teamed up with Vanessa Bruno to revisit the glittery tote bag, the emblem of the famous French brand. Fitted with a zip fastening and large handles for easy carrying, it comes in the company’s signature colours. Made near Paris from locally sourced materials, it comes with a matching, hard-wearing compact case, perfect for every trip. L-size tote bag in ultra-resistant cotton canvas embellished with sequins and matching sequinned canvas case, available in three colours, 240 euros each.

A Brun de Vian-Tiran shawl to celebrate Air France Concorde

Air France has chosen the two-hundred-year-old French manufacturer Brun de Vian-Tiran to offer a thick, warm shawl revisiting the colours of the harmony of the Concorde cabin unveiled in 1994. This iconic cabin, designed by the famous French designer Andrée Putman, marked the airline’s history with its modernity and timelessness. To create this exceptional piece, a real tribute to the “goddess of design”, the manufacturer selected the finest merino wool in its workshops in Provence, then followed 15 immutable stages of production. “Concorde” shawl in merino wool, size 100 x 200 cm, 239 euros.

A Cherbourg umbrella adorned with the winged seahorse

By teaming up with Le parapluie de Cherbourg, Air France has naturally selected the “Le Voyageur” model to offer an exclusive edition. Each umbrella is tone-on-tone embroidered with the winged seahorse, airline’s historic symbol. Retractable and automatic, it is perfect for protecting passengers on the move. Handmade using French know-how, the Cherbourg umbrella is wind-tunnel tested to validate its resistance while preserving its beauty. “Le Voyageur” navy blue Cherbourg umbrella, Air France edition, sold with its cover, 224 euros.

Duo of anniversary edition Bernardaud mugs

Since the inauguration of its “Parisien Spécial” service in 1953 and right up to the present day in the La Première cabin, Bernardaud has been responsible for the exceptional tableware offered by Air France. The airline has called on this great French house to offer a delicate and refined anniversary creation, made in Limoges and paying tribute to the know-how and elegance shared for many years by the two houses. Set of two mugs, Limoges porcelain, 217 euros.

Vintage Air France bag

Reissued in its original format, this 1950s overnight bag was given to passengers travelling in First Class during stopovers. Direct international flights were non-existent at the time, and getting from Paris to Hong Kong took more than a day! Vintage Air France shoulder bag, 49 euros.

First Class tableware designed by Jean Picart Le Doux in aid of the Air France Foundation

For the first time in its history, Air France is offering, exclusively to the general public, the original plates designed by painter Jean Picart Le Doux and used in First Class from 1966 to 2000. Profits from the sale of this service will be entirely donated to the Air France Foundation, which has been committed to helping children throughout the world for 30 years. Limited edition boxed set of 4 dinner plates or 4 soup plates, 150 euros.

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