E.O.F {STYLE IDOL} + MARK FRECHETTE +

What do all of our E.O.F. {STYLE IDOLS & DIVINITIES} have in common? Perhaps its a lust for life? A certain je na sais quois . . .  the X-factor; whatever you want to call it, these men and women are imbued with a magnetic spirit that entices us to go above and beyond- and…

E.O.F. Presents +KNIGHTS OF THE SANDCASTLE+

+KNIGHTS OF THE SANDCASTLE + There once was a mysterious band of knights who roamed and raved their days and nights along the banks of the cool dark waters. Young and wild, they howled at the moon like the wolves, and on the clear days when the sun seemed to sparkle like diamonds on their…

+OUTFIT OF THE DAY+ {MAY 14, 2013}

+OUTFIT OF THE DAY+ 1960s SEARS HAWAII Paradise Frond Graphic Shirt {$30} 1990s Rad NIKE AIR Swoosh Black Graphic T {$15} “THE LION’S CLUB” 1950s Secret Society Letterman Varsity Sports Jacket {$120} 1960s “JUST HIM Casuals of Canada” Khaki Wool Blend Straight Leg Trouser {$30} Brown 1960s Woven Leather Spectator Oxford  Shoes {$40}  <<SOLD>> +…

Mark Bridges Masters Vintage Mens Style for “The Master”

“The Master” is the best example of vintage menswear I’ve seen in a film since 1999’s “The Talented Mr. Ripley”, which perfectly captured the post war American leisure society living in Italy during the 1950s. In the sixth collaboration with director Paul Thomas Anderson, Academy Award winning designer Mark Bridges completely brings classic 1950s menswear…

Some New Stuff in the {SHOP}

+ {1920s Inspired Pinstripe 1980s Gatsby Shirt [LARGE] – $29} + + {1960s/70s Alan Stuart Oversized Graphic Polo [LARGE]- $29} + + {1940s/50s Rayon Blend ‘ALOHA JOE’ Hawaiian Shirt – $28} + + {‘The Pharaohs” PUMA T-Shirt [MEDIUM] – $8.90} + + {FAVORITE Gold and Black with Metallic Shirt – $18} + + + +…

10 Sexy Menswear Ads from the 1970s!

We always try to bring you all fresh vintage finds by bringing light to the customs of the past.  We found a great blog post at BuzzFeed which got our attention here at The Eye of Faith.  Ten great posts from the 1970s, with about as much appeal as an ad Peggy would of dreamt up…