Covering Ryan’s Privates

March 27th, 2007 // 2 Comments

The British Royal Air Force are one haute bunch. If you don’t believe me, then perhaps you should check out the pink and blue bikini they’re throwing on the market with their name on it. In an effort to “raise the RAF’s profile,” the organization has recently launched a clothing line that will bear the famous roundel of the RAF.

RAF head of communications, Group Captain Andy Turner, said the launch was more about raising positive publicity for the RAF than making money.

“It is a bit like Ralph Lauren, that sort of style of clothing. High quality, developed with great taste and aiming at the centre of England in terms of psychology and type of people,” he said.

So, I guess it makes them look good, to make us look good.

The line is currently available online at RAF Collection Online and rumor has it that it soon may also be available under the banner of a “quintessentially British” high-end store.

*NOTE* My apologies on the broken link. I am fixing it and it should be up and running in no time. Cheers!

By Cara Harrington
  1. J. Golightly

    I read the linked article, and yes, Americans are crazy about anything royal and anything british, so where are the clothes? I clicked the link to the collection, and there’s nothing there!!! I Googled my little heart out, but I’m just not interested in a ten disc box set from Amazon.com discussing the RAF’s history, thrilling and collectable though it may be. Please help!!!

  2. J. Golightly

    I read the linked article, and yes, Americans are crazy about anything royal and anything british, so where are the clothes? I clicked the link to the collection, and there’s nothing there!!! I Googled my little heart out, but I’m just not interested in a ten disc box set from Amazon.com discussing the RAF’s history, thrilling and collectable though it may be. Please help!!!

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