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 25, 2016}

+AMEN, SISTER-FRIEND+ What the hell are we fighting for? Make LOVE / Not WAR Will we ever learn? (Fucking broken record) +

{STYLE WISE} LAUREN BACALL PRESENTS 1987 COSTUME DESIGN OSCAR

With the 88th Annual Academy Awards just around the corner, we can't help but indulge in some Oscar nostalgia in this key periods of waiting... One fantastic find is this clip from Oscar.com of the costume design portion of the 1987 ceremony which celebrated the best films of 1986; a fantastic year which include Roland Joffe's…Read more {STYLE WISE} LAUREN BACALL PRESENTS 1987 COSTUME DESIGN OSCAR

{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!

{PHOTO-BLAST} Pomp + Circumstance

The Pompadour. We've been seeing a lot of these, as of late, on our virtual style quests, and find this mythic hairstyle's history absolutely fascinating. The hair-doe characterized by its voluminous waves and carefully coiffed height was first coined in the 18th Century after French aristocrat, Madame de Pompadour - the mistress of King Louis…Read more {PHOTO-BLAST} Pomp + Circumstance

Pretty Porcelain “Nashville” Unicorn in {SHOP}!

Pretty Porcelain "Nashville" Unicorn Don't let the Medievals know, they're likely gonna think you brought them dinner! Some new editions in the {SHOP} - more home pieces, and some new clothes and updated pricing on some of our older pieces, so DO take a look! Remember, being part of a secret society, of sorts, has…Read more Pretty Porcelain “Nashville” Unicorn in {SHOP}!

Bullet Breasts and Beatnik Poetry, “High School Confidential” with Phillipa Fallon

Sometimes you can just wake up in the mood for some Beatnik poetry. We want to hear that wa-dee-ya cry from that broken saxophone on the dusty radio . . .the wisha-wish-washish from the pipe in my basement sink . . . that shining reverie from that crusty Madonna posing as some telephone operator on…Read more Bullet Breasts and Beatnik Poetry, “High School Confidential” with Phillipa Fallon

E.O.F. Crazy Xmas Holiday Gift Gallery!

So, it's been officially two years since we first premiered The Eye of Faith, and this year more than any has been a roller coaster! Lots of highs, some lows, but overall a helluva good time! I can't express how much joy it gives me to see everyday the hordes of readers that flock to…Read more E.O.F. Crazy Xmas Holiday Gift Gallery!

{STYLE WISE – Summer Edition} Jake Gittes, “Chinatown” (1974)

Man with Knife: You're a very nosy fellow, kitty cat. Huh? You know what happens to nosy fellows? Huh? No? Wanna guess? Huh? No? Okay. They lose their noses . . . + The scene almost comes out of nowhere, but its an integral piece of the puzzle in what is arguably one of the best…Read more {STYLE WISE – Summer Edition} Jake Gittes, “Chinatown” (1974)

This is How They Do. “Come Into The Water” (1929)

"I don't mind giving money to orphans, but I draw the line at working for them." Oh, the 1920s, how I love thee so. You must check out this incredibly silly, weird, and wonderful crazy flapper beach ballet to the tune "Come into the Water". The ladies are rehearsing tirelessly for the upcoming Orphans' Benefit. The…Read more This is How They Do. “Come Into The Water” (1929)