Fly Me To The Moon! 1967 Cosak by Dormeuil Mens Suit Advertising Campaign

The competition for mens suiting was fierce throughout the 1960s - an absolute essential piece of every working man's wardrobe, while also a time that signalled the decline of this timely tradition. More than ever, ad men and women were looking for new and exciting ways to capture the attention of dapper gentlemen around the …

{STYLE WISE} This is no Mirror, a Twin is Here.

Turns out two is always better than one, we've recently discovered that theres a serious upside when you get double for the money.  No matter the bargain, or the price, we can find luxury in abundance. Traveling the world, discovering the new and exotic, there's so much to fathom, we aren't sure if we could …

Celebrity and Cigarettes

"Stardom can be a gilded slavery. " -Helen Hayes. Calling all fans of Hollywood Yesteryear! What have we got here for you, today?! Talk about bang for your buck! Deep inside every pack of Turf Cigarettes were a pair of these collector trading cards featuring all the studios' biggest and brightest stars of the day! …

Crazy Christmas: Hillarious Vintage Holiday Advertising !

{"You'll Shoot Your Eye Out!"} There are pretty crazy things out there these days, but the holiday season of the past was truly a weird and wild place, where you can never expect what you might find leafing through your holiday catalog, or coffee table magazines. Dozens of inappropriate, odd, and down right bizarre suggestions …

“MY COFFEE – IT’S MURDER!” {Vintage 1960s Coffee Ad}

"This Coffee is Criminal!" What a strange advertising oddity we have here from the 1960s! A great little PERK-me-up to start off the day. This pal can't get a break until his wife asks the good ole' grocer what coffee could possibly stop her obnoxious husband from abusing her fragile emotions. As always, the good …

10 Sexy Menswear Ads from the 1970s!

We always try to bring you all fresh vintage finds by bringing light to the customs of the past.  We found a great blog post at BuzzFeed which got our attention here at The Eye of Faith.  Ten great posts from the 1970s, with about as much appeal as an ad Peggy would of dreamt up …