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Commercial Break: Hiroshi Teshigahara’s “Woman in the Dunes” Trailer


If you’re looking for horror, sex, and a little intrigue look no further than this incredible cult classic from 1964: Hiroshi Teshigahara’s “Woman in the Dunes”. This art house film that could would garner Teshigahara an Academy Award nomination for Best Director in 1967 (he was beat by Robert Wise for “The Sound of Music”).

It’s a strange story, one first told by Japanese author Kôbô Abe (who also wrote the film’s screenplay) in the hugely successful novel by the same name. This is 1960s cinema at its finest and absolutely darkest. It’s also the kind of film that you wish was made now; a film that is provocative, lingering, sexy, intellectual, and above-all screams style!

So if you enjoy films with a core, and our thirst for the strange you’ll definitely appreciate this one.  There’s little blood, and definitely no ghosts, but there’s definitely something creepy that lurks with you long after the movie has ended. Trust us on this one and grab a copy from Amazon today!

 “The most frightening thing in the world is to discover the abnormal in that which is closest to us.”

– Kôbô Abe

Inspired? Are you fan? Let us know below!

Sincerely,

{theEye}

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+E.O.F.+ LEGENDARY ISSUES No. 1 – POP MAGAZINE {Sept. 2008} Starring Naomi Campbell

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+E.O.F.+ LEGENDARY ISSUES No. 1

This week, we bring to you a set of most legendary fashion publications from the past 10 years. Legends are made everyday, and in the fashion industry, magazines are like Bibles on who to worship, and ideas are permeating throughout the scene.

For years we have collected some of the world’s most coveted publications for knowledge, inspiration, and for the chance to watch the timeline of fashion play out before your eyes. Everyone’s got to start somewhere, and some of today’s biggest fashion icons owe their notoriety to the photo shoots captured in these magazines.

We wanted to showcase these works for their superior craftsmanship and innovation, and also show off the timeline of fashion history right under our noses.

This issue of POP MAGAZINE from September 2008 will be the first of our LEGENDARY ISSUES.

POP Magazine - Naomi Campbell - September 2008

Featuring Naomi Campbell on the cover, styled by Miucci Prada herself, this cover marks a transition in fashion to a streamlined romanticism, marked by Prada’s 2008 revival of lace. This trend has since become ever popular for both women and men since.

The cover says “HOT NUNS” right on it, and boy do the people at POP really go the distance with this one. Entitled “NUN HEADS”, the beautiful fashion editorial showcases a strange interwoven tale of nuns in heat.

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It’s nearly as provocative as Ken Adam’s “The Devils”, but pulls out all the stops to make it as fresh and fashion forward as ever. Starring Angela Lindvall, Guinevere Van Seenus, Missy Rayder, and Magdelena Frackowiak – this shoot is a powerful editorial that is legendary and iconic to this day. The nun inspiration also had a huge impact on the fashion world, in general, and really got a huge kick start with these images.

Shoots like that alone, are why you buy a magazine! But on top of that, there are plenty more shoots with stars like Amber Valletta and Naomi Campbell, herself. One of the highlights of the issue is a beautiful story shot by Ryan McGinley featuring Agyness Deyne jumping off of fire escapes in the snow. Beautiful.

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 And on the style knowledge front, the issue provides a beautiful summary and history of legendary Hollywood costume designer Adrian, who designed some of the most glamorous and iconic looks of the 1930s and 40s.

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There’s a lot more to it than just a magazine. This is literally a piece of fashion history, and we are making it available to you today!

We are auctioning off all of our LEGENDARY ISSUES with No Reserve & Super Low Starting Bids.

Some of the magazines we pulled for this drive have been valued at over $300, so don’t miss out on your chance for a great deal. Surprise a fashionable friend with a gift, or treat yourself to a real style treat.

These are some of the most iconic images in fashion history, so don’t let them escape you!

You can check out our full selection of +E.O.F.+ LEGENDARY ISSUES here.

Bid Now on POP Magazine, September 2008 – Naomi Campbell Edition.

Stay tuned, there’s more to come!

Until next time,

{theEye}

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E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {JANUARY 30, 2012}

Retro male mustache morning{You don’t even need to wake up wearing anything to wake up in Style!}
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{Let’s do the Time-Warp Again} Best of the 80’s in Menswear Spring 2013


The best fashion is timeless, so no surprises here at the Eye of Faith we are always trying to reinvent the classic’s through modern interpretations of the best basics!  We love to pick out different era’s and reference those ‘era-descent’ influences in our current looks.  We are so happy to see the latest runway shows from around the world are straight up our alley!

From London-town, to Paris and Milan, there is an undeniable 80s influences in most of the shows from this coming Spring 2013 Season.

Weather it’s through unconventional Metallics or lace, or acid washed hair, dyed to perfection.  We love when we can see the past turn it’s cheek and rock it’s way into a jagged-edged future.


A wise man once said “Everything’s already been done”, but we hate to think there isn’t room for anything new at all! We aren’t talking about reinventing the wheel here, but we do miss the days of David Bowie’s gender bending orange head of hair, and Billy Idol’s undeniable sexual swagger.

The greatest idols of the 80s are back in a big way, and all their razzle and dazzle is back on display though the Spring 2013 Menswear season (Through you’d swear this might be 1983).

  

Staring with one of our all-time favourites, Burberry Prorsum is always classic at it’s finest, with Christopher Bailey at the helm, we are always captivated by his modern spin on tradition.  Described as an exercise in contrasts, this Spring collection has a bit of everything—matte versus shine, traditional versus tribal, strict versus oversized. Mylar-esque metallic trench coats and shiny silk shirts play off the brand’s fitted wool suiting. Classic outerwear pieces evolve as well, with Bailey interpreting mac jackets in the new fabrications and turning the classic bomber into a cropped cocoon, worn over a business suit. Bailey explores new territory, while keeping one well-burnished foot firmly planted in the house’s heritage.

  

Anne Demeulemeester always kills it for us, with a spin at modernist edgy, and classic vampire fashion.  What’s more nostalgic of the glam decadence of the 80s than gothic-chic suiting, and lush fabrics fit for Royalty.  Running the gamut from solids to stripes to prints, and relaxed silhouettes, Ms. Demeulemeester’s spring collection seethes with a dark-prince edge—indeed.  From Prince to Keith Richards, any rock star, past and present, would rock these looks on stage.

  

Comme des Garçons always has been an absolutely innovative brand season after season, so no surprises here that they would take influence straight from the Laboratory.  So maybe the nod to 90s cartoon Dexters Laboratory isn’t so totally 1980s, but you can’t deny us the bold black and whites and orange coloured hair are straight out of a 80s hair catalogue in the best possible way (Annie Lennox anyone?!).  Every look included matching trouser-and-shirt combos with topcoats: in sterilized white, pinstriped, with toggles, or with doodled print panels, with a slender silhouette billowing down below the waist.  Menswear at it’s finest, Dexter’s Laboratory‘s eponymous kid genius would be proud.

After that, we want to run out to the nearest vintage store, and try to scrounge up some pieces that will elevate us to an 80’s icons level!  If you need us we’ll be Dancing with Ourselves, and watching every season of Jem and the Holograms.

We hope you’ve found inspiration in our recap of the latest show’s, with a touch of the past. Remember even if it’s ‘been done’, we know it can be done better! The 80s wouldn’t of been possible without the emblematic era’s that came before.  Honour the past, present and future!

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {September 25, 2012}

{A retro Circus Clown reads up on how to get the job done.}

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {August 7, 2012}

{A very Sexy Vintage Novel Cover. 50 Shades of who’cares, we wanna hear some Violin!}
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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {July 26, 2012}

{Mick Jagger photographed in the early 1970s.}
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For the Man who has Everything and more, we salute one of our Style Idols and sing Happy Birthday to You Mick Jagger!

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {June 8, 2012}

{Great Print Ad offer to find new girlfriend}

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Commercial Break: Poison Ivy (1992)

We are going to share with you a movie about rebellion, a tale of deceit and love, most importantly the story of one crazy ass bitch, Poison Ivy.  Directed by Katt Shea, from 1992, starring the ever-wild Drew Barrymore as the title character Ivy, and introverted and sexually ambiguous Sara Gilbert as Sylvie ‘Coop’ Cooper.  A movie full of fresh 1990s fashion and one cheesy tattoo, a true gem that stands out against campy thrillers of it’s time.

 The story begins off innocently enough, social outcast (Gilbert) befriends sexy new girl in town (Barrymore), throwing her mundane privileged yuppie lifestyle upside down, causing conflict with daddy dearest (Tom Skerritt) and resentment is seeded against sick and lonely bedridden mum (Cheryl Ladd).  An erotic thriller involving sexy troubled girls, a hot vintage set of wheels, and a rope swing in the valley that you better believe will lead to disaster.

 Boarder line cheesy, undeniably sultry,  switch the lights off for this one and cuddle into someone you’re not afraid to have a laugh with.  B-movies have always been an indulgence for us at The Eye of Faith, and we must admit this (soon to be) A-list cast gets it right and gives us a film we’ll always recall if we sense danger.  We got a lot more than a rash from Poison Ivy, is for sure!

{The Eye}

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