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A fashion icon in the modern world and re-invented many times, the crossbody originates from the haversack bag. Used during the American Civil War, and World War I, the US Army adopted the M-1910 as the standard backpack for all infantrymen. www.ralphlauren.com

Ray-Ban aviator classic Ralph Lauren fringed leather cross-body bag

Designed to reduce distractions for pilots caused by the intense blue and white sky, aviator or “pilot’s glasses” were developed in 1929 by New York-based medical equipment manufacturer Bausch and Lomb at the request of U.S. Army Air Corps Lt. General John MacCready to provide pilots an anti-fog alternative to flight goggles. Made famous by a photo taken of General Douglas MacArthur when he landed on a beach in the Philippines during World War II, Bausch and Lomb dedicated a line of sunglasses to him in 1987. www.Ray-Ban.com Used by the U.S. military 100 years ago during the Pancho Villa expedition, World War I was the first time a Harley-Davidson motorcycle had been adopted for military issue. Production peaked during World War II, with more than 90,000 military motorcycles being produced, many of which were provided to Allies. www.harley-davidson.com

Harley-Davidson 2016 1200 Custom JULIE JONLICH DESIGN BOOK

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Julie Jonlich Design Book  

Julie Jonlich is a licensed and NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer, who focuses on integrating architecture and interior design. Her philosop...

Julie Jonlich Design Book  

Julie Jonlich is a licensed and NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer, who focuses on integrating architecture and interior design. Her philosop...

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