We take in the soundtrack of daily life, like it or not. It’s handed out and eaten up. But what we don’t tune out, sometimes can bring us true bliss. We find ourselves groovin’ on this collection of pictures and decided to share our buzz with you. Images through the eras, of music lovers like both you and me.
Having set up an account with LOOKBOOK to track down the world’s most stylish exhibitionist stylistas and fashion witches, we thought it was time to display our own fine feathers. These are some looks that we couldn’t include on the site, because of the three photo policy on LOOKBOOK (it’s just not enough!).
This look is all about shunning out your devils. Even on the sunniest days, the devil inside can tear you apart. Counter that evil mambo jumbo in your ear with a hard and heavy dose of style. It’s easy to feel a little lost in paradise. The shirt is a vintage Foster shirt, but our favourite piece is the 1980s Pierre Cardin Beach Jacket!
This is the kind of outfit that goes best with some 1960s tropicalia to really soothe those woes, so we got you just the thing!
If you’ve never checked out LOOKBOOK, give it a whirl. It’s an amazing platform for the world’s untapped style superstars to connect and show their stuff. The site has users “HYPING” each new look that tickles their fancy, so we hope ours can do just that! We’re also hoping to pick up some Fans, as well!
So enough talking, and more Hyping! Click here to visit us.
Tragedy came too soon, in the form of Rudolph Valentino’s death. Suffering from unexpected appendicitis and gastric ulcers, Valentino spoke optimistically to his doctors about his future, while the doctor’s knew the inevitable grim fate of the iconic actor. Passing away August 15 1926, at a young 31, hysteric female fan’s threw themselves off buildings, lusting to somehow be closer to their dearly departed Rudolph. A star remembered by name, but seldom by his film credits alone, Rudolph Valentino rose to stardom through the glory days of silent film. With his steely gaze, and exotic look, no other film star of the time could compare.
A stone’s throw away from the The Beverly Hills Hotel, Valentino’s estate stood strong after his passing. Owned at a time by tobacco heiress Doris Duke, who used the property as a stay over between commutes to her hawaiian property and a hollywood life, until her death in the home in 1996. Torn down and built back up, the home can now be rented for $1,000 a night to $14,000 monthly.
Maybe we could handle a night in the estate… but we’d be tempted to bust out the Ouija board and conjure up the spirit of the film great. Would you want to stay at this house??