BIBA : “Fresh Little Foals”

BIBA : “Fresh Little Foals”

The Swinging Sixties era in London would not have been the same without it’s fashion designers. One of those “clothes-minded” persons was Barbara Hulanicki, and her brand was “Biba”. “Biba Girls” were supposed to be: “fresh little foals with long … Continue reading

Goodbye, Eleanor

Goodbye, Eleanor

Rest in Peace, Eleanor Parker. Parker went back and forth from A-list movies, to B’s. When going to see an Eleanor Parker film, you may not recognize her not only physically, but her range of acting ability, perplexed many moviegoers, … Continue reading

The Flapper Magazine: Not for Old Fogies!

The Flapper Magazine: Not for Old Fogies!

“The Flapper” (not for old fogies!) began publication in, 1922. It was based out of Chicago and the first issues were mainly focused on flapper apparel: the “new-fashioned” girl. As the magazine delved deeper, they wrote about the importance of … Continue reading

Halloween (or everyday!) Makeup Tutorial!

Halloween (or everyday!) Makeup Tutorial!

I forgot where I found this gem, bit what a great “how-to” poster! If something catches my eye, I keep it! Hey, that about sums up my love life, as well! Haha! Enjoy my vintage vixens!!

I <3 NY! (And Classic French Actresses!)

I <3 NY! (And Classic French Actresses!)

Hello, all! I’m back from my wonderful (but, short) trip to NYC. Nothing gets my blood going like seeing all the fashion, in Manhattan. What did I see? Vintage style everywhere your eyes wandered! Also, Leopard print and shadowy hats…New … Continue reading

Fall is Here!

Fall is Here!

I know, I’m a day late but, it’s Fall! I have been breaking out the long-sleeves, dusting off my button-up, trench coat, hand-washing my stockings, and shining my thigh-high, boots! As the leaves change, so does my wardrobe! What’s better … Continue reading

Fashion for the Four-Eyed

Fashion for the Four-Eyed

I have been perusing through packages of Warby Parker eyeglasses, trying to pick just the right pair. I’m on my 3rd box! Indecision is my unfortunate, trademark! I am just happy that I can still be fashionable and wear glasses! … Continue reading

Perfect Pout

Perfect Pout

Baby-faced, Rochelle Hudson was an Old Hollywood, golden girl. She mostly played supporting roles and starred in B-movies (which can always be a delight). Her uber-ambitious, stage mother had her working at age 15. She lied to studio executives and … Continue reading

Retro Television

Retro Television

The Mod Squad! This iconic television program ran from 1968-1972. The Mod Squad, included: long-haired, rebel Pete Cochran who was recruited, after running away from home and stealing a car.. Hip & handsome, Linc Hayes was recruited after he was … Continue reading