BKc “Green Mile” Shawl Collar Cardigan: A beautifully hand constructed, 100% lambswool knit cardigan, embellished with leather buttons and felt “1920″ BKc applique.
Born in Georgia, Eugene Bullard moved to France as a young man to escape racism after being denied acceptance into the U.S. Army Air Corps. He joined the French Foreign legion in 1914 at the start of World War I, and became known as the “Black Swallow of Death.” Bullard then joined the French Flying Corps, where he became the first black combat pilot on May 5, 1917. Bullard attempted to join the U.S. military after the United States entered the war, but he was barred because of his race. He served in the French Flying Corps for the remainder of the war, earning the French Legion of Honor, France’s highest military honor, and becoming one of France’s most decorated war heroes.
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Designers Ron&Ron completely outfitted in ron-n-ron. The tie was inspired by the Haitian flag.
BKc, growth is in the details and sharpening those eyes …
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DC Tweed Ride 2011. Kudos to Scott Patten for the photo.
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