{MUSIC MINUTE} Josephine Siao Covers Gary Puckett & the Union Gap’s “Young Girl”

We might not be familiar in the least with the name Josephine Siao, but in Hong Kong she remains one of the most beloved stars of all time. Starting her career as a child, she quickly became one of the biggest teen idols of the late 1960s, and made a very successful transition into adult…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} Josephine Siao Covers Gary Puckett & the Union Gap’s “Young Girl”

NEW ADDITIONS TO THE {SHOP} circa. Feb, 2016 !

We are pleased to announce some new additions to the {SHOP}. Had a lovely lady already inquiring about the YSL Rive Gauche Paris 90s black velvet pleated trousers, so get these finds while they are hot! We were feeling moody opulent vibes. It's always a secret society gathering one way or another here at The…Read more NEW ADDITIONS TO THE {SHOP} circa. Feb, 2016 !

The Eye of Faith Presents A Vintage Showcase {in Five Parts} : Sunday, September 13, 2015 @Supercrawl ! ! !

This year we are super psyched to not have just one fashion show, but two at this year's Supercrawl  three day extravaganza where art, music, fashion take over the streets of downtown Hamilton! It has become an internationally recognized must-see event, and our Sunday show will be the cherry on the top of the cake for…Read more The Eye of Faith Presents A Vintage Showcase {in Five Parts} : Sunday, September 13, 2015 @Supercrawl ! ! !

{Music Minute} “Shaung Shaung Yan” by Den Bai Ying

Found my In the Mood for Love soundtrack lying around at home. It's been a while since I've listen to it. I had boughten it high school, enticed by the album cover and vaguely noting some Awards buzz that had been circulating on the internet at that time, I thought my disposable teenage income was worth…Read more {Music Minute} “Shaung Shaung Yan” by Den Bai Ying

{MUSIC MINUTE} “Sukiyaki” by Kyu Sakamoto

Before Psy and K-Pop took over the world, there was Kyu Sakamoto - one of Japan's brightest international stars, and the first Asian singer to have a number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100. The breakthrough hit was this one, called "Sukiyaki" and it reached number one in the US in June, 1963- and…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “Sukiyaki” by Kyu Sakamoto

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {June 18, 2013}

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {March 18, 2013}

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E.O.F. Photoblast: The Perils of a Mask

As we spend our waking days on the open road, we come across so many new faces any given sunday.  Each with a story, and a depth of compassion unique to each individual. If one common thread runs true, it's the restraint one can take to fit the 'norm'.  We're constantly encouraging our readers to…Read more E.O.F. Photoblast: The Perils of a Mask

Music Minute: “We’re all Water”- Yoko Ono (1971-72)

This music minute was brought to our attention by one of our friends, and the second we heard Yoko Ono's iconic cry, we knew we had a Music Minute on our hands.  We love strong artistic women who aren't afraid to speak their mind.  Queen of the Lucid Dream, the track "We're all water" truly…Read more Music Minute: “We’re all Water”- Yoko Ono (1971-72)

Happy Birthday, Joan Chen!

Joan Chen b. April 26, 1961 Twin Peaks fans will definitely remember Joan Chen as the exotic Josie Packard, but this talented beauty has appeared in dozens of feature films including the Academy Award winning film The Last Emperor. Initially the role of Josie, widow of the Packard Mills, was intended for Isabella Rossellini, but…Read more Happy Birthday, Joan Chen!