The cover of Holiday's launch issue, spring/summer 2014

The cover of Holiday’s launch issue, spring/summer 2014

There are a few things that epitomize the golden age of travel:  Pucci and Halston’s flight attendant uniforms for Braniff International Airways. The Concord. All firmly set away in annals of history. But one icon of the era was recently resurrected, Holiday Magazine.
Originally launched in 1946 and shuttered in 1977,  the second age of Holiday hit newsstands this spring. Creative Director Franck Durand hopes to hold true to the spirit and style of the original publication— a slick, oversized mag that allowed writers and photographers the space and time to let the adventure unfold. 140 characters would hardly cover the byline. Talents flocked to the mag. Steinbeck, Hemingway, Bradbury (covering Disneyland!) and Didion were just a few that set off on adventure for Holiday, using their talents to transport us—mind, body and spirit. They packed their bags and head out not in search of relaxation but of transformation. And reading their stories, we were right there with them.
Read more and order Holiday here.

Holiday, September 1952

Holiday, September 1952

Holiday, August 1963

Holiday, August 1963

 

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