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
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” (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
A very young, Lucille.
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!!
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
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
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
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
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