{MUSIC MINUTE} “The Wheel of Fortune” by Kay Starr

+ Oh, wheel of fortune I'm hoping somehow If you ever smile on me Please let it be now + Billie Holliday declared Kay Starr "the only white woman who could sing the blues", and there's no doubt that while you are listening to this moody ballad of luck and love, you will know exactly…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “The Wheel of Fortune” by Kay Starr

E.O.F. How To Ivy Style From LOOK Magazine, 1955.

When it comes to achieving that legendary Ivy Style, one shouldn't have to think too much at all. When we came across this simple spread from 1955 we were struck with the straight forwardness of the editorial, as well as the run-down on how to achieve that Ivy Look. The article was so fascinating and…Read more E.O.F. How To Ivy Style From LOOK Magazine, 1955.

{STYLE WISE} What Men Want To Buy: Rad Sweaters from 1930s Catalogs!

What men want to buy . . . I guess not much has changed. Like you all, I've been out and about searching for Xmas treasures, and I swear I saw every single one of these pieces in almost every {Present} day retail store out there! It's really amazing. Tommy Hilfiger Ad Campaign 2012-13; 1930s…Read more {STYLE WISE} What Men Want To Buy: Rad Sweaters from 1930s Catalogs!

+ STYLE IDOL+ A River Phoenix Runs Through It . . .

Wicked and wild. Gorgeous and full of life. You can see sometimes in the eyes of this strange boy; a burning fire that piercing your soul. Even past the screen, beneath the surface of every photograph of him, there is a brilliant mystery still waiting to be discovered and the very depth of the man…Read more + STYLE IDOL+ A River Phoenix Runs Through It . . .

Soundtracks of my LIFE: “HANNAH AND HER SISTERS” (1986)

No, not Hannah from GIRLS . . . "Hannah and Her Sisters" - one of Woody Allen's best and most classic films he ever made chronicling the eccentric lives of well, Hannah, and her sisters. Dianne Wiest won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and Michael Caine was dubbed Best Supporting Actor of the…Read more Soundtracks of my LIFE: “HANNAH AND HER SISTERS” (1986)

Watch Kenneth Anger’s “Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome” (1954)

When I first saw "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome" several years ago I immediately fell in love. I had seen some of Anger's other works in the past, and happened to stumble upon this amidst my online wanderings, and was blown away by the sheer magnitude and forte this film offered, whilst also being, at…Read more Watch Kenneth Anger’s “Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome” (1954)

{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

+STYLE STAR+ INTERGALACTIC SUMMER WARRIOR of the Wu-Tang Clan, Morris Fox.

We were pleased to find Montreal/Toronto artist Morris Fox rocking his summer best the other afternoon and were eager to catalogue his Intergalactic Urban Summer Warrior look for the books. He is wearing a hand-dyed and painted galaxy take-over of a vintage Wu-Tang tank top (a Morris Fox Original), and a sick pair of DIY denim…Read more +STYLE STAR+ INTERGALACTIC SUMMER WARRIOR of the Wu-Tang Clan, Morris Fox.

New Stuff in the {SHOP} – Wild Dance in a Graveyard!

Hello friends, fans, and followers! Remember this lovely lady? We go way back . . . We have plenty of new and exciting vintage finds in the {SHOP} and we are excited to share some of them with you here! Lots of perfect finds for a wild dance in a graveyard! +   ALL AVAILABLE…Read more New Stuff in the {SHOP} – Wild Dance in a Graveyard!

{STYLE WISE – Summer Edition} 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…Read more {STYLE WISE – Summer Edition} Jake Gittes, “Chinatown” (1974)