Diary of a Small Town: Vintage Dreams + Nightmares {Vintage Style Moody Mood Board Inspiration}

  We have quite the tale in store for you today at The Eye of Faith. . . This one is taken from the darkest depths of our imagination and tells the hidden tales of a quaint small town, not too far from where you sit. It could be any small town, but this one…Read more Diary of a Small Town: Vintage Dreams + Nightmares {Vintage Style Moody Mood Board Inspiration}

The Eye of Faith RULES!!!

'Concision in Style, Precision in Thought, Decision in Life" You may have noticed those immortal words when browsing through our ABOUT US page, although the phrase is more like this: + CONCISIONEM STYLO, ACCURATIUS CORDE, IUDICARI VITA + Since our inception, these words have helped build the foundations for creating The Eye of Faith, and…Read more The Eye of Faith RULES!!!

STYLE {WISE} – Suddenly Seeking Sweater Girls

{Natassja Kinski in Paris, Texas (1984)} [Photo Source: PICCSY] Lovely ladies, it seems we've been thinking of you a lot lately. It's not by accident, for we have been meditating on many thoughts as of late about our many loves and desires when it comes to female fashions. In true E.O.F. Style we stepped back…Read more STYLE {WISE} – Suddenly Seeking Sweater Girls

+STYLE STAR+ Say Hello to Max Westin . . .

What is there to say about Max Willebrand Westin? The 18 year old style savant from Gothenburg (best name ever!), in Sweden, was kind enough to let us break in on his busy school schedule to pick his brain a little, and learn a bit more about what makes his fashion clock tick. We were…Read more +STYLE STAR+ Say Hello to Max Westin . . .

STYLE {WISE} + The Case for Hawaiian Shirts +

[image: fashion.grunge.style.] Summer is at its peak, and its time to embrace the ultimate piece for the summer. . . .the Hawaiian Shirt. For some reason, this idea makes some people cringe, but over the course of this post you will see the innate beauty and wonder that is the Hawaiian Shirt. The Case for…Read more STYLE {WISE} + The Case for Hawaiian Shirts +

{STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

Indeed there are many sinfully stylish idols to worship throughout "The Great Gatsby"; like masculine and cool Jordan, soft and feminine Daisy, even the bookish narrator Nick. And then of course there's the poster boy himself, Jay Gatsby ,who shall always remain in the fore realm of our memory as a hero to determination and…Read more {STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

Elegantly Wasted: A Trip to the 90s with Hedi Slimane for Saint-Laurent

When it was announced that Hedi Slimane was to take the place of Stefano Pilati as creative director of the iconic label Yves Saint-Laurent, the fashion world was left wondering what new innovations the Swiss designer could bring to the brand. Then he dropped the Yves. That's right. For over fifty years the brand has…Read more Elegantly Wasted: A Trip to the 90s with Hedi Slimane for Saint-Laurent

{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

There are Giants in the Sky (and in the Middle of My Small Town…Twerking Like They Did in the 60s)

    So they didn't twerk in the 60s, but the dance moves in this 1960s B-Movie cult classic, "Village of the Giants", was more than risqué and still delivers on undoubted sex appeal. We can't help but love the attention the camera pays to the beautiful natural curves and flesh of the actors who really…Read more There are Giants in the Sky (and in the Middle of My Small Town…Twerking Like They Did in the 60s)

STYLE {WISE} : Rebel Noir, and “Crime in the Streets” (1956)

This 1956 classic had movie star Sal Mineo playing a street wise gang member just a year after his Oscar nominated turn as a misunderstood teenager in the legendary "Rebel Without a Cause". The film also featured a young bad-ass John Cassavetes before he was pawning off Mia Farrow to Satan or directing his own…Read more STYLE {WISE} : Rebel Noir, and “Crime in the Streets” (1956)