Sydney Pollock’s classic film Out of Africa has been an influential force in fashion since it premiered in 1985.
From the March 1974 issue of Seventeen~ ‘Make your wardrobe really work for you in ’74.
Tommy Hilfiger’s Florida mansion looks like an episode of ‘Laugh-In’ broadcast live from Andy Warhol’s factory.
From Holly Golightly to Vivian Ward, cinematic streetwalkers always seem to have the best clothes.
With every decade emergences a new subculture or two.
My favorite look from Gary Graham’s SS17 range is an off-white, two-piece pairing of a sheer, sleeveless blouse with a beaded funnel neck
The Philadelphia Flower Show is not only the oldest botanical exhibition in the country (188 years young!), but it is also considered the biggest.
From the June 1966 issue of McCall’s ~ ‘Run away to the sea in any of our collection of salty young sports costumes
This article appeared in the the Baltimore Sun on November 11, 1993
How cute is this? It’s The Complete Family Sewing Book, published in 1972.
Alexandre Vauthier is not the only designer cultivating the 80s rock vixen look, but he is definitely our favorite.
This cozy room was part of a home featured in the 1976 book, Converted Into Houses.