E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {AUGUST 15, 2017}

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E.O.F. {STYLE IDOL} CAETANO VELOSO: Lost in the Paradise. . .

"Viewed up close, nobody is normal" -Caetano Veloso   When it comes to bad ass boho gods, I'm sure we could all name a few; but very little do I ever see the name Caetano Veloso pop up, and this is for us....OUTRAGEOUS!!! We should be worshiping this icon of perseverance, elegance, rebellion, philosophical contemplation,…Read more E.O.F. {STYLE IDOL} CAETANO VELOSO: Lost in the Paradise. . .

Because the Sky is Blue it Makes Me Cry!!! ‘VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS’ TRAILER {Luc Besson, Supermodels, and Rihanna OH MY!}

  Luc Besson, Supermodels, and Rihanna OH MY!   In case you didn't know, trailers have been dropping for Luc Besson's latest visual masterpiece "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" which stars burgeoning stars Dean DaHanne and the supermodel who continues to break the mould (as well as continually be a major bad…Read more Because the Sky is Blue it Makes Me Cry!!! ‘VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS’ TRAILER {Luc Besson, Supermodels, and Rihanna OH MY!}

{STYLE-WISE} Marlon Brando’s Screen Test for “Rebel Without a Cause” is EVERYTHING!!!

Unveiled is Marlon Brando's screen test for "Rebel Without a Cause" ; the iconic 1955 film that catapulted James Dean to icon status when the film was released just shortly after his death, making him a tragic martyr to that beloved 'live fast, die young" attitude that he has come to represent. Luckily for him, his…Read more {STYLE-WISE} Marlon Brando’s Screen Test for “Rebel Without a Cause” is EVERYTHING!!!

Music Minute: Krzysztof Komeda “Rosemary’s Baby Interlude”

“A chance to sit quietly and find out who you are; where you've been and where you're going.” -Ira Levin, Rosemary's Baby {published in 1967}   I called this an interlude because of its sauntering sweet nature between the high stakes and drama that is"Rosemary's Baby". Polanski's iconic film had many claiming he had beckoned the…Read more Music Minute: Krzysztof Komeda “Rosemary’s Baby Interlude”

{STYLE WISE/MUSIC MINUTE} THINK PINK!!!

Everything on the great horizon, Everything that you can think— and that includes the kitchen sink, Think pink! FUNNY FACE "a film in love with fashion . . . " {circa. 1957} + Pink really is making a comeback in style these daze. No longer does it just represent that demure vision of femininity -…Read more {STYLE WISE/MUSIC MINUTE} THINK PINK!!!

E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {MARCH 16, 2017}

90S TEEN DREAM STYLE/SCREAM QUEEN +CHRISTINA RICCI+ {CIRCA. 1995 / 'CASPER' DAZE} "Can I keep you?..."   Girl, you really rock that tattered Victorian vibe . . . Nobody does it quite like you. If you haven't seen this movie...such a shame. Don't forget; although, we got the 90s thing going on - "CASPER, THE…Read more E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {MARCH 16, 2017}

E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

We mused over the Modern Mystery Men of Yale, and wanted to establish our own secret sanctum.... mys·ter·y 1  (mst-r) n.pl.mys·ter·ies 1. One that is not fully understood or that baffles or eludes the understanding; an enigma: How he got in is a mystery. 2. One whose identity is unknown and who arouses curiosity: The woman…Read more E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

{MUSIC MINUTE} “The Wheel of Fortune” by Kay Starr

+ Oh, wheel of fortune I'm hoping somehow If you ever smile on me Please let it be now + Billie Holliday declared Kay Starr "the only white woman who could sing the blues", and there's no doubt that while you are listening to this moody ballad of luck and love, you will know exactly…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “The Wheel of Fortune” by Kay Starr

E.O.F. How To Ivy Style From LOOK Magazine, 1955.

When it comes to achieving that legendary Ivy Style, one shouldn't have to think too much at all. When we came across this simple spread from 1955 we were struck with the straight forwardness of the editorial, as well as the run-down on how to achieve that Ivy Look. The article was so fascinating and…Read more E.O.F. How To Ivy Style From LOOK Magazine, 1955.