Rebena has been spending Spring nights watching vintage flicks. So far Rebena’s favorite flick has been a comedy from 1968 called The Party, featuring Peter Sellers. After coming across this magical photograph of Ava Gardner and Burt Lancaster, Rebena will be sharing a bowl of popcorn with The Killers tonight! This 1946 American film noir is based on the short story […]
Earth tones, suede and high laced boots are more than just a bohemian throwback. They are essential pieces for a night on the prowl. We are loving this wild photograph that was featured in American Vogue. British model Cara Delevingne is modelling alongside a grizzly bear. Cara is looking like a mod, sexy savage while wearing Balenciaga’s pumpkin suede shift […]
Awesome photograph taken in Italy during the early 1950’s by famous photographer Milton Green. The name Milton H. Greene not ringing a bell? I guarantee you know and have seen Milton’s famous photography – He is best known for the photo shoots he shot with Marilyn Monroe. But let’s not let that vintage vixen Marilyn steal the show. […]
What a great vintage photograph LIFE Magazine. I’m no photography expert but I love the juxtaposition in the photograph. The mix of restraint, wonder and astonishment on the boys faces – sandwiched in-between the uninhibited, exciting and seducing atmosphere of burlesque.
Popping this beautiful photograph in the inspiration folder. This photograph was snapped by C.H. Ford in Deception Pass, Washington. I enjoy that the duo is wrapped in a baja blanket while gazing into the waterway that has deceived travelers for hundreds of years. Or maybe its the deception of the double exposure – which I […]
There is a trend happening on our dear, lil’ blog. We keep adding vintage photographs of Lake Tahoe. The lake is calling us. Gazing at it’s photographs, we try and inhale all the scents. The lake appears to be so clear and smooth as turquoise silk. What mastery of unparalled beauty! We are longing for a […]
Granny square apparel is a cyclical fashion that peaked in the 1970’s. As Stitch ‘n Bitch series author Debbie Stoller describes: If you grew up in the seventies, as I did, you might fear the granny square–if only because, for a while, clothing was made of nothing else. Granny square vests, granny square shorts, granny square hats. Heck, I […]