{STYLE WISE} Jake Gittes, “Chinatown” (1974)

Man with Knife: You're a very nosy fellow, kitty cat. Huh? You know what happens to nosy fellows? Huh? No? Wanna guess? Huh? No? Okay. They lose their noses . . . + The scene almost comes out of nowhere, but its an integral piece of the puzzle in what is arguably one of the best …

{MUSIC MINUTE} “HUSH” by DEEP PURPLE

  hush, hush, i thought i heard callin'my name now . . .  DEEP PURPLE was/is a progressive psych-rock band formed in 1968 in the small English town of Hertford, and are now regarded as essential members of the  "unholy trinity of British hard rock and heavy metal in the early to mid-seventies". Here's a …

Cannes Honours Alain Delon {STYLE IDOL} to the MAX!

Alain Delon was one of our first ever {STYLE IDOL} posts on The Eye of Faith, and quickly became and remains one of our most popular delves into classic timeless cool vintage style. It's not a surprise - this guy just oozes bad ass nonchalant elegance, sophistication, and beauty! He is always portrayed as a …

{STYLE IDOL} Omar Sharif: A Look into Old Hollywood Glamour as an Outsider.

Living in todays social media obsessed and tabloid fuelled society, often we forget being a star used to mean more than having a rugged beard and blue eyes (Bradley Cooper) or Magic Mike abs (Channing Tatum). Unfortunately, we live in a modern climate where divisive tactics keep underdogs down as most studios hail the white …

{STYLE WISE} Baby, It’s Cold Outside . . . “The Ice Storm” Style (1997)

November 22, 2018 marked the record for the coldest Macy's Thanksgiving Parade of all time, and all around the U.S.A. record lows were recorded, but it didn't stop Lady Diana Ross from looking glamorous and fabulous as ever! When I think of cold Thanksgivings, I can't help but think of one of our favourite films …

Lizzie Borden Lies!!! ‘LIZZIE’ Starring Chloë Sevigny + Kristen Stewart

What is our fascination with Lizzie Borden? Is it that she possibly got away with the grisly murders of her father and step mother back in 1892? Oh yes, most definitely a major reason, and its this mystery that keeps fascinating new generations everyday. We may never know, but that's the beauty in a good …

WHY SO SHY, GUY??? Vintage Educational PSA {c. 1947}

  If you’re what they call a shy guy… There must have been a really urgent calling to help young men who suffered from social anxiety during the Post War period, because this is just one of dozens of educational films distributed to schools throughout America dealing with this. This one is one of the …

{MUSIC MINUTE} “Sunset Boulevard / Main Titles” by Franz Waxman

{circa. 1950} It has come to my attention that there may be people out there who have no idea about Sunset Boulevard - only one of the best films of all time by iconic director Billy Wilder. This disturbs me slightly, so here's a glimmer of that inspiration in guise of one of our classic {MUSIC …

+ FAVOURITE FIND + VIVA MAGAZINE {circa. January 1976}

VIVA MAGAINE: The International Woman's Magazine {circa. January 1977} Cover Photograph by the iconic HELMUT NEWTON (hence, the undoubtable chic-ness of this image).  Published by icons Bob Guccione and Kathy Keeton of PENTHOUSE fame, this is a prime piece of classic porn chic. First coined in a highly influential New York Times article in 1973, porno …

E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {JANUARY 3, 2018}

+KYLE & LAURA+ Blue Velvet Daze . . . + ITS MY BIRTHDAY!!!   I still can never get this visual out of my head when I walk down a beautiful tree-line residential street at night. I hope I never will.    THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTS US, AND KEEPS THE DREAM ALIVE! UNTIL NEXT …

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