The store inside, is like a veranda with big opaque white back-illuminated windows where it seems that the clothes look out to the cosmopolitan world. The shelves – with their black halls and the tables realized by varnished black wood – make the exposed products main protagonists and oppose themselves to the bright container niches of the opposite side.
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Wearing a flying suit and leather helmet, Charles Lindbergh prepared for the most important flight of his life. At 7:52 a.m. on May 20, 1927, “Lindbergh buckled his safety belt, stuffed each ear with a wad of cotton, strapped on his wool-lined helmet, and pulled his goggles down over his eyes,” wrote A. Scott Berg in his biography entitled “Lindbergh.”