E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

We mused over the Modern Mystery Men of Yale, and wanted to establish our own secret sanctum.... mys·ter·y 1  (mst-r) n.pl.mys·ter·ies 1. One that is not fully understood or that baffles or eludes the understanding; an enigma: How he got in is a mystery. 2. One whose identity is unknown and who arouses curiosity: The woman…Read more E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

{MUSIC MINUTE} “All The Young Dudes” by Mott the Hoople

  All the young dudes (I want to hear you) Carry the news (I want to see you) Boogaloo dudes (and I want to talk to you all of you) Carry the news - All the Young Dudes,  Mott the Hoople {written by David Bowie} The band Mott the Hoople are all Gods of Glam in…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “All The Young Dudes” by Mott the Hoople

E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {AUGUST 18, 2016}

  THE IMMORTAL by Walter Ross +First published 1959 + Andy Warhol designed a cover for a paperback edition in the 60s. Based loosely on the life of James Dean // A favourite of David Bowie . . . The protagonist wears Dean's most iconic look which Bowie borrowed in his appearance in  "Christiane F". Amazing…Read more E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {AUGUST 18, 2016}

Commercial Break: Hiroshi Teshigahara’s “Woman in the Dunes” Trailer

If you're looking for horror, sex, and a little intrigue look no further than this incredible cult classic from 1964: Hiroshi Teshigahara's "Woman in the Dunes". This art house film that could would garner Teshigahara an Academy Award nomination for Best Director in 1967 (he was beat by Robert Wise for "The Sound of Music").…Read more Commercial Break: Hiroshi Teshigahara’s “Woman in the Dunes” Trailer

E.O.F. Presents +KNIGHTS OF THE SANDCASTLE+

+KNIGHTS OF THE SANDCASTLE + There once was a mysterious band of knights who roamed and raved their days and nights along the banks of the cool dark waters. Young and wild, they howled at the moon like the wolves, and on the clear days when the sun seemed to sparkle like diamonds on their…Read more E.O.F. Presents +KNIGHTS OF THE SANDCASTLE+

Commercial Break: Seventies Style Orgy – “Baba Yaga” (1973)

Perhaps its the fashion photographer protagonist . . . or maybe the sexy 1970s set decor; most definitely attribute the funky score by Piero Umiliani (you know him - "Mah Nà Mah Nà"), as well as the brilliant presence of film legend, Carroll Baker ("The Watcher in the Woods", "Babydoll"), and those quirky illustrations that appear,…Read more Commercial Break: Seventies Style Orgy – “Baba Yaga” (1973)

{MUSIC MINUTE} “All of Me + Dark Eyes” by the Les Paul Trio

If Sundays are Gloomy, then Mondays surely are best enjoyed in a lazy daze. Thank you all for coming. Enjoy this {MUSIC MINUTE} taken from the soundtrack to 2012's "Ginger & Rosa" starring Elle Fanning and Alice Englert. A beautiful film. Striking. Contemporary. And full of unassuming vintage style inspiration. From Teddy Boys to Peace…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “All of Me + Dark Eyes” by the Les Paul Trio

There are Giants in the Sky (and in the Middle of My Small Town…Twerking Like They Did in the 60s)

    So they didn't twerk in the 60s, but the dance moves in this 1960s B-Movie cult classic, "Village of the Giants", was more than risqué and still delivers on undoubted sex appeal. We can't help but love the attention the camera pays to the beautiful natural curves and flesh of the actors who really…Read more There are Giants in the Sky (and in the Middle of My Small Town…Twerking Like They Did in the 60s)

{MUSIC MINUTE} “Ouija Board, Ouija Board” by MORRISSEY

There's a saying that goes:  "You either have it, or you don't". And although, most people these days would love to believe they have it, there is definitely one person you can look back on and say they did "have it", and equally today too, we are still singing their praises - MORRISSEY. That sweet…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “Ouija Board, Ouija Board” by MORRISSEY

STYLE {WISE} : Rebel Noir, and “Crime in the Streets” (1956)

This 1956 classic had movie star Sal Mineo playing a street wise gang member just a year after his Oscar nominated turn as a misunderstood teenager in the legendary "Rebel Without a Cause". The film also featured a young bad-ass John Cassavetes before he was pawning off Mia Farrow to Satan or directing his own…Read more STYLE {WISE} : Rebel Noir, and “Crime in the Streets” (1956)