A wistful love letter to the joys of flying and the fun, fashion, and glamor that go with it.
Now, more than ever, nothing captures our yearning for travel, freedom, glamour, and adventure than the fantasy of flying away from it all.
From Frank Sinatra dressed to the nines in the golden age of Pan Am to celebrities snapped in luxury leisurewear in the lounges today, airports have always afforded the most glamorous glimpses into that most enviable aspect of celebrity life--jet-setting in style.
Curated by the renowned photo editor Jodi Peckman, Come Fly with Me is a love letter to the most longed-for escape, told through evocative images of the icons who've made the airport their runway. From John and Yoko waving from the airstairs to Rihanna bustling incognito through the halls, and from Muhammad Ali's crisp-pressed suits to Miley Cyrus's playful onesies, this is a whimsical and welcome reminder when we need it most of the joys of travel.
About The Author
Jodi Peckman is an award-winning creative director, photo editor, and writer. In addition to thirty years working with Rolling Stone magazine, including more than fifteen as Photography Director, nearly a decade as Creative Director, and a role overseeing the magazine's 50th anniversary publication, she has given creative direction to everything from major record labels to television and film documentaries, and has edited best-selling photo books on icons from Kurt Cobain to Michael Jackson.