Fly Me To The Moon! 1967 Cosak by Dormeuil Mens Suit Advertising Campaign

The competition for mens suiting was fierce throughout the 1960s - an absolute essential piece of every working man's wardrobe, while also a time that signalled the decline of this timely tradition. More than ever, ad men and women were looking for new and exciting ways to capture the attention of dapper gentlemen around the…Read more Fly Me To The Moon! 1967 Cosak by Dormeuil Mens Suit Advertising Campaign

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {November 2, 2014}

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{HOW-TO} Vintage Style Inspiration : Jonny Quest !

It seems Summer is finally here, and with the warming weather we are sure to find ourselves in the midst of more and more adventure as the season rolls on. Yes indeed, and probably for many, the joys of the Summer heat are sure to incite one or many exciting and unexpected journeys and voyages. Whether…Read more {HOW-TO} Vintage Style Inspiration : Jonny Quest !

{Do it Right} “The Two Faces of January” (2014) starring Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen

Based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith ('Purple Noon'/'The Talented Mr. Ripley'), and directed by the screenwriter of Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Drive', not to mention, starring Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen in a Hitchcockian thriller set against the backdrop of Greece in the early 1960s- 'The Two Faces of January' is hands down one of…Read more {Do it Right} “The Two Faces of January” (2014) starring Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen

Don’t be Deceived! Devils Wake, Walk, and Bite (too) !!! {Open 24 Hours}

Was this man genuinely exorcising wayward evil spirits from this young woman in the Philippines, or is this an elaborate missionary hoax? This photograph was taken from a souvenir pictorial to the film "Bitten by Devils" produced by the ordained Evangelist minister, Lester Sumrall. Lester was born in New Orleans on February 5, 1913, and…Read more Don’t be Deceived! Devils Wake, Walk, and Bite (too) !!! {Open 24 Hours}

Watch Kenneth Anger’s “Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome” (1954)

When I first saw "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome" several years ago I immediately fell in love. I had seen some of Anger's other works in the past, and happened to stumble upon this amidst my online wanderings, and was blown away by the sheer magnitude and forte this film offered, whilst also being, at…Read more Watch Kenneth Anger’s “Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome” (1954)

{Music Minute} “Shaung Shaung Yan” by Den Bai Ying

Found my In the Mood for Love soundtrack lying around at home. It's been a while since I've listen to it. I had boughten it high school, enticed by the album cover and vaguely noting some Awards buzz that had been circulating on the internet at that time, I thought my disposable teenage income was worth…Read more {Music Minute} “Shaung Shaung Yan” by Den Bai Ying

Obsessed! Vintage Summer Style Supreme, Straight from Cannes 2013: Alain Delon’s “Purple Noon” (1960)

Every year the Cannes Film Festival whips around, you can guarantee to start feeling the summer start shining on in. Just picture the French Riviera, the movie stars, the palm fronds, and sail boats. Champagne in sandals . . . the works! It's like a nostalgia, really. I think everyone, once in their lives will…Read more Obsessed! Vintage Summer Style Supreme, Straight from Cannes 2013: Alain Delon’s “Purple Noon” (1960)

The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture

Saul Bassis the iconic film maker and graphic designer who is best known for his iconic opening sequences, poster designs, and corporate logos. Google celebrates his 93rd birthday today, so if you're searching Google  you will see the ode to Saul's design for the  "Anatomy of a Murder" poster, a classic from 1959. {You can…Read more The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture

ELLA FITZGERALD: You Smile, I Smile . . .

Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don't think you can go wrong. -Ella Fitzgerald It's the eternal diva's birthday today, and we couldn't get away from showcasing her classic elegance, perseverance, and vivacious sense of self. We think that she has…Read more ELLA FITZGERALD: You Smile, I Smile . . .