{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…

{STYLE WISE} LAUREN BACALL PRESENTS 1987 COSTUME DESIGN OSCAR

With the 88th Annual Academy Awards just around the corner, we can’t help but indulge in some Oscar nostalgia in this key periods of waiting… One fantastic find is this clip from Oscar.com of the costume design portion of the 1987 ceremony which celebrated the best films of 1986; a fantastic year which include Roland Joffe’s…

{style-wise} Gatsby Le Magnificent . . .

We thought it would be cool to refresh all our memories with some of the classic looks from the iconic 1974 film that won an Academy Award for Costume Design by the legendary Theoni V. Alredge, whose costumes are some of the finest ever seen in a film to this day. The film starred Mia…

E.O.F. CELEBRATES! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KATE MOSS!

Fashion Feline. Vintage Vixen. Mystic Muse. We celebrate all the independent states of Kate, who turned 39 today! Amazing to see her beauty has not faded a bit since she first appeared on this iconic cover of THE FACE Magazine in 1990! In fact, it is her unique beauty that stood apart then, and still…

E.O.F. TOP 10 MOST ANTICIPATED FILMS FOR 2013!

Those who know me best, know that I am obsessed with movies. Not just obsessed, but everything I think, or see, or do is always somehow manipulated by thoughts to do with movies. Whether it be noting some likeness to a situation and a particular moment in a film, dressing a part for a day…

Commercial Break: Candy Stripe Nurses (1974)

Described as a thriller by IMDB with the synopsis of  “Young, sexy nurses and their hospital adventures.”, we found favour in this feature when we saw the movie poster.  And there is a lot to look at in the trailer! Maybe a bit overtly sexual, we just love a product of its time! The Eye….