25 WEIRD CREEPY VINTAGE HALLOWEEN COSTUME PHOTOS!

HALLOWEEN is around the corner, people! We are getting psyched up here, and in true E.O.F. tradition we wanted to spoil our readers with a weird and wonderful stash of creepy vintage halloween photos we have collected from scouring the depths of the interwebs... It seems, sometimes the sheer simplicity of some of these costumes…Read more 25 WEIRD CREEPY VINTAGE HALLOWEEN COSTUME PHOTOS!

SAFTEY FIRST: Weird Vintage 1977 Halloween PSA

+SAFETY FIRST+ Getting psyched for Halloween! Are you?! Do you have any Halloween safety tips to share? Leave them in the comments below! Until next time, {theEye} +

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Music Minute: “Perdita” by Rubber City (D. Lynch & D. Slusser)

We gave a mention to this seminal 1990s David Lynch classic in one our latest posts, a reblog from The Selvedge Yard regarding the September 1991 photo spread in American Vogue entitled "Wild at Heart". For me, it was easy to see the title as a reference to Lynch's film of the same name, released…Read more HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Music Minute: “Perdita” by Rubber City (D. Lynch & D. Slusser)

Dandy “Dracula” [an Ode to Ishioka]

"They say you are a man of good... taste. " -Dracula, Bram Stoker's Dracula As fore mentioned in our last post, we are developing quite the affinity for a certain dreamboat of the dark side, and it seems like more and more of the masses have also come under the dandy wrath of Dracula. With…Read more Dandy “Dracula” [an Ode to Ishioka]

STYLE {WISE} + The Case for Hawaiian Shirts +

[image: fashion.grunge.style.] Summer is at its peak, and its time to embrace the ultimate piece for the summer. . . .the Hawaiian Shirt. For some reason, this idea makes some people cringe, but over the course of this post you will see the innate beauty and wonder that is the Hawaiian Shirt. The Case for…Read more STYLE {WISE} + The Case for Hawaiian Shirts +

A Peak at Wong Kar Wai’s “The Grandmaster” . . .

some people make films to provide answers, but the way I make films is posing questions . . . -Wong Kar Wai {VICE} Costumes to die for. Cinematography to boot. These are some of things I've been hearing about Wong Kar Wai's latest film, "The Grandmaster" which is supposed to be some sort of epic…Read more A Peak at Wong Kar Wai’s “The Grandmaster” . . .

{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)

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day { May 13, 2013 }

Style Idol for All Time - MARLON BRANDO poses as Stanley K in "A Streetcar Named Desire" {circa. 1949/1950 } Marlon Wears: Black and White Oxford Brogues, Straight Leg Distressed Denim, Distressed White Cotton Wife Beater, and Jaunty Cap.  This is a photograph taken by Warner Bros before beginning production to test the looks for…Read more E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day { May 13, 2013 }

Bringing the Past Back to Life! Behind the Scenes THE GREAT GATSBY & BROOKS BROTHERS

Brooks Brothers is offering an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming film remake of the classic 1920's novel "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald. While the 1974 version is iconic in its own right, but Baz Luhrmann's revamped hyper saturated glittered tour-de-force looks to reimagine the classic tale of lost love and the unrelenting…Read more Bringing the Past Back to Life! Behind the Scenes THE GREAT GATSBY & BROOKS BROTHERS

Voyage of Discovery: Living “Barefoot in Paradise”

Known as the most beautiful restaurant on the beach at Wakiki, The Queen's Surf was a highly popular restaurant and nightclub in Hawaii throughout the 1950s and 60s, gaining popularity as the yearnings for the mythologies of paradise became more and more prevalent in popular culture! Tourists from all over flocked to The Queen's Surf…Read more Voyage of Discovery: Living “Barefoot in Paradise”