Steven Spielberg's 2002 biopic Catch Me If You Can wasn't one of the acclaimed director's masterpieces, but Leonardo DiCaprio sported some unforgettable 1960s style in the film. Based on-real life con man Frank Abagnale Jr., Leo posed as a doctor, lawyer, and Pan Am pilot while forging millions of dollars in check fraud before his nineteenth birthday. Especially appealing are the airline scenes, which serve as an obvious reminder that flying was once synonymous with luxury style. Take some tips from this precocious pilot, and bring a little suave back to your summer travels.
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