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First Things First.
June 21, 1913.
Georgia “Tiny” Broadwick becomes the first woman to jump from an airplane. She doesn’t wear a jumpsuit because, well, it will be six more years before Florentine artist Thayaht designs the first one, a T-shaped number.
Slow forward to Spring 2018. We offer our first jumpsuit.
Call us cautious, but we had to get it right.
When you take into account that jumpsuit design has danced back and forth between what aeronauts wore and what designers sent down the runway, you see we had our work cut out for us.
Jumpsuit—a utilitarian word for what we’ve translated into something so airy, so devastatingly chic, so shoulder-to-toe stunning. So lean, so floral.
Sometimes you get it right the first time.
The Georgia Jumpsuit(No. 5626). In honor of the woman who jumped from a plane without one. Classic wide-leg jumpsuit style. Add a blazer for the boardroom; leave it in the car for the wine bar. Faux wrap-style crossover at V-neckline. Self-fabric tie belt. Elastic inside waist. Angled front pockets. Poly crepe fabric. Invisible zipper at center back. Imported.