Lost in a Paradise: {WWII Memories} Vintage Vernacular from Another Earth

This is a short clip from Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line" which never ceases to inspire and engage the mind and soul with its thoughtful narration and invigorating visuals that take the viewer through the complex voyage of a soldier to war hidden by the beauty of "paradise". . . It really must have…Read more Lost in a Paradise: {WWII Memories} Vintage Vernacular from Another Earth

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day [March 24/2016]

-+The Levitating Man+- [circa. 1930s] This image is both majestic and terrifying. Not sure what incredible moment has been captured here. It is most decidedly America in the 1930s at the height of the Depression. Many people turned their sights to the paranormal for an escape from the everyday.. Today we use the internet which…Read more E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day [March 24/2016]

STYLE {WISE} – Suddenly Seeking Sweater Girls

{Natassja Kinski in Paris, Texas (1984)} [Photo Source: PICCSY] Lovely ladies, it seems we've been thinking of you a lot lately. It's not by accident, for we have been meditating on many thoughts as of late about our many loves and desires when it comes to female fashions. In true E.O.F. Style we stepped back…Read more STYLE {WISE} – Suddenly Seeking Sweater Girls

{STYLE WISE – SUMMER EDITION} Surf Dudes with Attitude!

While not all the gentlemen seen in this series have surf boards in their hands, they all undeniably possess that wicked spirit of the surf. Spontaneous, effervescent, and wild like the waves, these are men of the past who have found sanctuary in the beauty of the ocean, and have used its energy to conjure…Read more {STYLE WISE – SUMMER EDITION} Surf Dudes with Attitude!

Music Minute: “My Only Love” by Roxy Music

Bad Ass Bryan Ferry  + These guys are legends, and their music echoes like the voice of a lost memory. Dreams, and fantasy, illusion, and grandeur - these are all summoned by their music. Formed in 1971, Roxy Music lives on today as one of the most popular bands there have ever been, and were…Read more Music Minute: “My Only Love” by Roxy Music

DISCOVERED: {1936-1942} San Onofre Surf Memories by Don James

Wave Warriors {1937 - San Onofre, California} Don James + These beautiful snapshots were taken by photographer Don James between the years 1936 and 1942 on the shores of San Onofre, California. Whether black and white, or the gorgeously desaturated Kodachrome prints, each photograph is a beautiful lost memory of fun had, and good times…Read more DISCOVERED: {1936-1942} San Onofre Surf Memories by Don James

{STYLE STORY} E.O.F. Presents “DAZE OF BEING WILD”

Enjoy this {STYLE STORY} offering  from THE EYE OF FAITH! A journey that started at night, this is a tale of wandering; wandering thoughts, wandering hearts, and wandering souls. The city can bring together strangers, while it can also tear those closest apart. Amongst the storefronts, sidewalks, lane ways, and hidden passages - you are…Read more {STYLE STORY} E.O.F. Presents “DAZE OF BEING WILD”

STYLE {WISE} Mens Vintage Workwear Inspiration – “You Better Work!”

Since the dawn of civilization, man has been hard at work building the great cities we live in, gathering the food we eat, and finding the resources we need to stay afloat on this mad wild planet. It's never been easy, but someone's got to do it. So next time you're walking down the sidewalk, or…Read more STYLE {WISE} Mens Vintage Workwear Inspiration – “You Better Work!”

Audrey Says . . . {PLUS! Music Minute: “Come Wander With Me” – Bonnie Beech}

Well?! ISN'T IT?! She's talking of our new playlist over on our TUMBLR page. So if you're bored and wondering what fun you can get up to, don't be shy and head on over. Stop listening to the same old stuff on the radio before it dies in your mind... Plus, we've got plenty of…Read more Audrey Says . . . {PLUS! Music Minute: “Come Wander With Me” – Bonnie Beech}

The Secret of the Vibrant Green Vintage Nat Nast Bowling Shirt . . .

A rather fantastic thing happened the other day. It seems that one of our recent sales, a vibrant turquoise 1950’s Nat Nast bowling shirt that featured a fantastic diamond embossed on the back ( ‘Ray Jewlers’ it proudly proclaims in the most elegant lettering), was embedded with some very strange history. . . It always…Read more The Secret of the Vibrant Green Vintage Nat Nast Bowling Shirt . . .