{MUSIC MINUTE} The Original “Stroll” circa. February 1958

  "The Stroll" was a slow rock n roll dance popular into the mid to late 1950s embraced by cool teens across America. Classic concept: boys on one side, girls on the other - the paired up couples then strut their stuff down the line. A precursor to the iconic Soul Train Line ... we…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} The Original “Stroll” circa. February 1958

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

{MUSIC MINUTE} Burt Bacharach “Theme from The Blob”

Indescribable... indestructible...      insatiable...                                 It crawls...                                  It creeps...                            …Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} Burt Bacharach “Theme from The Blob”

E.O.F. STYLE IDOL: Peter Beard {Into the Wild}

HALF BYRON / HALF TARZAN - Bob  Colacello on Beard in "Holy Terror" + {b, 1938} Who wouldn't want to be Peter Beard ? The "wayward wasp" from New York City was born to wealth, coming from an aristocratic family (his great grandfather founded the Great Northern Railway in 1857; his grandfather, Pierre Lorillard III, a…Read more E.O.F. STYLE IDOL: Peter Beard {Into the Wild}

The Mysterious Case of the Handsome Time Travelling Hipster Dude . . .

Can you spot the fashion time traveler in this photograph taken in 1941 at the re-opening of the South Forks Bridge in Gold Bridge, British Columbia? You wouldn't be the only who spotted the tall dude on the right sporting an edgy pair of shades, and some sort of graphic-T. In fact, the debate is…Read more The Mysterious Case of the Handsome Time Travelling Hipster Dude . . .