E.O.F {STYLE IDOL} + MARK FRECHETTE +

What do all of our E.O.F. {STYLE IDOLS & DIVINITIES} have in common? Perhaps its a lust for life? A certain je na sais quois . . .  the X-factor; whatever you want to call it, these men and women are imbued with a magnetic spirit that entices us to go above and beyond- and…

Beautiful Coral 1970s +BOHEMIAN GODDESS+ Summer Maxi Dress

  For me the goddess is the female of God, She is powerful if different. -Tina Turner   If you’ve had the chance to peruse our 2017 VINTAGE SUMMER LOOKBOOK perhaps you noticed this stunning 1970s coral maxi dress with sheer bell sleeves!  It is such a phenomenal piece straight from the psychedelic 70s. If…

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {May 23, 2016}

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{STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

Indeed there are many sinfully stylish idols to worship throughout “The Great Gatsby”; like masculine and cool Jordan, soft and feminine Daisy, even the bookish narrator Nick. And then of course there’s the poster boy himself, Jay Gatsby ,who shall always remain in the fore realm of our memory as a hero to determination and…

Mr. Porter Showcases Great Coats To Float Your Boat!

Mr. Porter is always a reliable source for of-the-moment, in-tuned, sophisticated, high style mens’ fashion. In fact, it’s one of the major influences we got into doing what we do… This latest post is no exception. Great Coats taken from some of pop culture’s greatest icons. From James Dean to Richard Gere – Mr. Porter…

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {June 24, 2013}

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Nixon’s 1968 “Together” Campaign

Nixon’s 1968 ad campaign, famously entitled “Together“, appeared on the last episode of AMC’s “Mad Men” on Sunday. We found ourself as inspired and provoked by the campaign as Don Draper seemed to be as he flicked through images playing on the T.V. screen.     Something definitely clicked with its simple message and use…