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E.O.F.Snapshot of the Day {February 12, 2013}

Flipping Out - Lydia M - 2012 - By Aaron Duarte

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“Flipping Out” ft. Lydia M.

Check out the rest of this e.o.f. original {style-story} here.

photograph by Aaron Duarte.

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Hold it together! Just for this one day . . .

Sincerely,

{theEye}

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {February 4, 2013}

EOF- 1930s dapper rebel cool guy at the arcade- WICKED suit and hat combo

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{CIRCA 1930’s – Bad Boy Rebel Takes A Shot At The Old Arcade Firing Range}

Looking sharp is just as much a priority  for young a man of discerning tastes and pleasures

as staying on target of the BULLSEYE!

So read up on what you’ve missed kids, or you’ll never catch up!

Make sure to LIKE US on FACEBOOK

and FOLLOW US on TWITTER ,

as well if you haven’t!

The following is getting strong, so lets all gear up to making it even stronger!

Until very soon,

{theEye}

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

{From the Alameda Police Department:

Jackson Charles Ferri [October 13, 1954]}

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Too bad this guy’s style didn’t go on trial…

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A Rebel By Any Other Name Would Still Be As Sweet…


At THE EYE OF FAITH, we are always looking to reinvent the classics.  Looking to the past for our inspiration, we sought refuge in classic rebel gear.   We bring you a page from our LOOKBOOK to demonstrate our take on a classic.

James Dean’s iconic red jacket, jeans, and t-shirt combo was our immediate go-to, and we decided to give it a bit of an E.O.F. spin to bring it back to life for today.


We found this sick rebel red Member’s Only windbreaker which we aptly named “James” for the collection, and paired it with an +E.O.F. ORIGINAL+ design which many of our peers have noted looked uncannily like a view of the ocean seen from outer space- thus “Mystical Ocean Mystery” became its title! Cosmic ocean rebel, indeed!


A simple pair of vintage pleated trousers in royal blue brings it back to that classic 1950s all-American vibe we were drawing from in the first place.

And our look wouldn’t be complete without our Grateful Dead Converse kicks.  A cool tie-dye limited edition shoe to take that classic 1950s feel and make it ‘now’!


Definitely think we made a splash here! Really love the combination, and how easily an old classic can be completely redefined to fit in to today’s world, and no doubt, tomorrow’s as well!

It’s all about the spirit you bring to it, and we’re coming full force with number one original rebel attitude!

Make sure you check us out at the {SHOP} —> theeyeoffaith.bigcartel.com

And don’t forget to find all your vintage musings and mysteries over at our site THE EYE OF FAITH ——-> theeyeoffaith.com.  Hope you are able to come wander with us!

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Music Minute: Patsy Cline’s Sweet Dreams.

First recorded by country star Don Gibson in 1956, this song was met with some success on the country charts, but not until Patsy Cline recorded it early in 1963 with Owen Bradley producing did the song crossover onto the pop charts to any great extent. Unfortunately the songstress would be in a fatal plane crash in March of that year.

This song truly resinates with us. Miss Cline was taken from us too soon, but her spirit lives on through her great recordings. The Nashville star’s life would get the movie treatment come 1985’s Sweet Dreams starring Jessica Lange and Woody Harrison.

We love you Patsy.
The Eye.

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