The recent Chanel couture show was exciting because it was on a "plane" situated in the Grand Palais. The obvious twist was that the plane was not the kind that flies around, even though that is so something Chanel would do with its money and comfort with spending it. Well, apparently, holding a fashion show in the air is so something someone else did 80 years ago. We dug up the image you see on the left of a fashion show that served as entertainment for passengers on a plane going from New York to Miami around the year 1930. And just think of what planes try to entertain you with now: endless re-runs of He's Just Not That Into You.