THE QUIMBY in Fuchsia
Described by her contemporaries as a “tomboy full of verve and spunk who was prepared to try anything,” we think Harriet Quimby would've been a fan of this jumpsuit! Quimby's polymathic purists included screenwriting, journalism, and aviation, and she was not only the first woman in the United States to receive a pilot certificate but also the first woman to fly across the English Channel in 1912. Quimby touted flying as the ideal sport for women and drew crowds with her skillful airshows and glamorous purple silk flying get-up.
Fabric: Fuchsia light-weight cotton sateen with 3%spandex
- Stand collar with front overlap
- Smooth sleeve cap
- Snap front closures
- Back pockets with flaps
- Side seam pockets
- Adjustable waist tabs
- Adjustable leg straps
- Cotton Sateen with 3% Spandex
- Antique Brass Snaps
- Sustainably sourced and made in NYC
*Style shown on model on the left is a size medium (Model Garnet Rubio is 5’10”).
*Style shown on model on the right is size small (Model is Christina Sajous is 5'6")