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{E.O.F. Music Minute} Valentine’s Day-The incomparable David Bowie!

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So in case you all didn’t realize already, we’re vintage obsessed.

Naturally, we grew up to anything inspiration with a Rock n’ Roll edge, and a revolutionary flair.  David Bowie was a perfect fit for us to call our Idol.  Looking past his music alone, his gender bending outfits, and diversity in his films – this man is astronomically talented!

We know he has many MANY amazing tracks and stellar looks ahead of him in his career for his fans to look forward to.  With films like Labyrinth and The Prestige, The Batman from Gotham City and The Man Who Fell to Earth, how can you NOT be a huge Bowie fan??

It may seem a bit soon to be posting a song about St. Valentine’s day on any other day than Valentine’s day, but anybody with half a braincell would realize rebels don’t care about dates!

Realizing this, David Bowie would obviously feel inclined to release a song about love and St. Valentine in the middle of summer.  We love him for that, and can relate.

We find it very romantic, and could this be viewed as an homage to the ever so striking love of his life/supermodel Iman? Or just a great song with a fantastic melody to make his fans swoon and melt?  Either way, to be lost in a mood of romance and harmony we are feeling very satisfied.

So check out his latest single, Valentine’s day and let us know what you think!

Can’t wait to hear from you!

Look for more articles to come about the Master of Music, David Bowie.

{The Eye of Faith}
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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {May 27, 2013}

On the Coasts of Utopia - EOF Vintage

 

 

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Dream out loud.

Sincerely,

{theEye}

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+E.O.F.+ LEGENDARY ISSUES No. 3 – NUMERO {Aug 2007} Starring Caroline Trentini and Masha Novoselova

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+E.O.F.+ LEGENDARY ISSUES No. 3

NUMERO Magazine {Aug 2007}

Starring Caroline Trentini and Masha Novoselova

Available Exclusively This Week at our LEGENDARY ISSUES Auction Sale

Legends are made everyday, and in the fashion industry, magazines like this are like Bibles, full of all the Gods & Goddesses we are to worship. This one is a particularly coveted fashion jewel.

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This beautiful August 2007 issue of avante-garde international French publication “Numero”, features Caroline Trentini & Masha Novoselova in a now-iconic cover shoot.

This is a very rare and highly sought after issue of the magazine, full of some this generations most iconic supermodels at the blossoming of their fruitful careers, including Daiane Canterato, Coco Rocha, Daisy Lowe, and Natasha Poly.

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The level of craftsmanship put into this magazine is absolutely unbelievable. These photographs are historical and important in the timeline of fashion history.

So let your style savvy friends know about our sale, or save the best ones for yourself. We are starting the bidding extremely low and holding NO RESERVE on the pieces, so don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to have your own piece of the past, present, and future of fashion.

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235 pages of inspiration and a great way to start a conversation.

Click here to place your bid! Check out more listings from the LEGENDARY ISSUES collection here.

Until next time,

{theEye}

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Music Minute: Scott Walker Sings “Rosemary”

This is classic. We only discovered this a few days ago, but immediately our perspective shone bright on this beguiling and mysteriously seductive tune by the great Scott Walker (not to be confused with Scott Walker, the Governor of Minnesota).

For those who know of Scott Walker, you know he has a wildly fantastic voice – some sort of unique mix between Bowie and Tom Jones, or somehow tottering in limbo between. He got his start as The Walker Brothers, playing with two friends, but it was between the years of 1967 – 1974, Walker began to shine solo.

His works are definitely a product of the time, but demonstrate a forward motion in music, that some argue has yet to be caught up to. Just sit back and listen to the drama and epicness that is Scott Walker’s “Rosemary“.

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Voices from a photograph
Laughed from your wall
Screamed through your dreams
Wake up rosemary and wipe your teary eyes…

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If you have a spare moment, make sure to listen to Scott Walker’s “Archangel”, giving off extreme E.O.F. vibes all over.

Until next time friends,

{theEye}

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R.I.P. Neil Armstrong {August 5, 1930 – August 25, 2012}/First Man To Walk on the Moon

R.I.P.

Neil Armstrong

 The First Man To Walk on the Moon…

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“Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.”

Neil Armstrong

He sure stands for something in this world. The first man to set foot on the lunar surface. It’s absolutely incredible to think how far we’ve come…

It’s all so strange, really. How far is it all really?

“I think we’re going to the moon because it’s in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It’s by the nature of his deep inner soul… we’re required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream.”

Neil Armstrong

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Just some thoughts.

Sincerely,

{theEye}

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Music Minute: Diana Ross – “Last Time I Saw Him” on The Muppets Show {1980}


As we mentioned in a previous post, 1980 was a fantastic time for The Muppets Show, their roster of guest hosts were truly extraordinary.  Today we share with you a day that was no  exception.  Ms. Ross stepped in  and filled the half hour with joy using her effervescent way like no other.  Glamour Glitter, Fashion and Fame, Diana Ross is everything Stardom is.

 We share the clip of her singing her 1973 hit, Last time I saw him, on the 424 Episode of The Muppets Show in 1980.   Starting out backstage with just Floyd Pepper and Dr. Teeth, eventually moving the performance onstage with the rest of the Electric Mayhem.

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Music/Movie Minute: Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t Followin’ The Boys (1944)

We we’re lured in with Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five’s rendition of Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t, yet we’ve discovered Follow the Boys from 1944 offers so much more!  Releasing morale-boosting movies full of huge and not-so huge stars to send over sea’s to Soldiers and to Patriots in America would constitute as a wartime effort from Major Film Studios during World War II.

Featuring everyone from Donald O’Connor to the Andrew Sisters to Orson Welles to W.C. Fields to George Raft to Marlene Dietrich, and dozens of the other Universal players, Follow the Boys is a ‘modern’ Vaudeville-esque extravaganza full of all kinds of performances to entertain, and we mildly believe that efforts such as this helped win the War.

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Wide-Open Artists imagined for MASP

From advertising company DDB Brazil, comes a truly awe-inspiring campaign for the MASP Art school/museum in São Paulo.   The advertising giant dissected the 3 well known artists, Salvatore Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, and Pablo Picasso, via illustration to imagine and expose the inner workings of each’s body.

We’re particularly tickled  by the pinstripes on Picasso, makes us curious to see a dissected Jean Paul Gaultier.  Perhaps this is just our Fashion Eye doing the talking, but these pieces have us intrigued and got us lusting for more! We have to thank our fellow blogger, and one of our favourite style blogs Chic Quero for posting about this campaign.

Another other artists you guys can think of you’d be curious to see wide open.
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