The Latest

Oct 2, 2013 / 14 notes

Back in the 1950s, when James Dean was still alive and he had several lovers - rumoured to be among Paul Newman, and definitely Marlon Brando.

Sal Mineo was always just suggested to be James Dean’s friend and nothing more. Mineo was hopelessly in love with Dean. 

However, rare footage from a screen tesf with Paul Newman and James Dean, you can see the way they look at each other (the chemistry) that they wanted to kiss.

Marlon Brando was renowned for having sexual relations with James Dean. He was later quoted in life to have said that he isn’t ashamed to have been a man who has had sexual experiences with men.

Even in the recent new film, 1951: The Joshua Tree, there is a lot of scenes where James Dean is with other men, ultimately depicting his homosexual tendencies.

Talking about Paul Newman, Marlon Brando told in an interview in 2004 before he died that, “"He never fooled me. Paul Newman had just as many on-location affairs as the rest of us, and he was just as bisexual as I was. But, where I was always getting caught with my pants down, he managed to do it in the dark." 

So there is much to be said about the homosexual goings-on with several Hollywood actors in the fifties and sixties.

It’s really sad how much style has changed these days and how synthetic life is today.
Zack Morris from Saved By The Bell is a perfect example of way out fashion in the 90s. With his fashion sense and hair style. The way he has his hair like this is almost identical to Justin Bieber’s. Who wouldn’t love a flamboyant hairdo like this though?
Oct 2, 2013 / 9 notes

It’s really sad how much style has changed these days and how synthetic life is today.

Zack Morris from Saved By The Bell is a perfect example of way out fashion in the 90s. With his fashion sense and hair style. The way he has his hair like this is almost identical to Justin Bieber’s. Who wouldn’t love a flamboyant hairdo like this though?

Sep 29, 2013 / 1 note

With celebrities such as Pitbull, Beyoncé, Jamie Foxx, Angela Simmons and Amber Rose wearing Yeroc, it just proves how sleek, original and suave this luxury eyewear is.

Corey Woods’ eyewear is exclusively for celebrities or anyone who knows themselves well and has individuality.

Yeroc shades are fashionably relevant, even without focus on trends and seasons. Corey Woods has sculpted a brand which is innovative, unique and high fashion just by neglecting trends and simply focusing on his own creative thoughts to design such a desirable brand.

These shades cater to all different types of individuals as well. With vintage style, round sunglasses and then edgy, futuristic shades like the ones pictured above. I feel that will.i.am would definitely be repping Yeroc if he seen those shades!

This just shows that exclusive luxury eyewear like Yeroc doesn’t need to mirror current trends, it just needs to be aesthetically appealing to a wide range of people, including celebs.

lulufrost:

Bauble of the day 
Time flies when you’re pattern mixing 

I love mixing patterns. Florals will never get old.
Sep 19, 2013 / 302 notes

lulufrost:

Bauble of the day 

Time flies when you’re pattern mixing 

I love mixing patterns. Florals will never get old.

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson on location in Marfa, Texas for ‘Giant’, 1956. 
Sep 19, 2013 / 310 notes

theniftyfifties:

Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson on location in Marfa, Texas for ‘Giant’, 1956. 

stormtrooperfashion:

Jourdan Dunn covers The Fashion [The Guardian], Autumn/Winter 2013 

Jourdan Dunn, my fave girl right now.
Sep 19, 2013 / 62 notes

stormtrooperfashion:

Jourdan Dunn covers The Fashion [The Guardian], Autumn/Winter 2013 

Jourdan Dunn, my fave girl right now.

Sep 18, 2013 / 2,257 notes

(via coachela)

melifluously:

i cut the sleeves off of my acid wash denim jacket so that i could wear my baroque print varsity jacket under it and show off the sleeves

just me gokkin’ this up
Sep 17, 2013 / 6 notes

melifluously:

i cut the sleeves off of my acid wash denim jacket so that i could wear my baroque print varsity jacket under it and show off the sleeves

just me gokkin’ this up

(via j0rdieshore)

Sep 17, 2013 / 734 notes

Nickelson Wooster: age is but a number


As the 51-year-old fashionista states, “Fashion is an attitude, never about the age,” as he exhibited with his high fashion, tailored look.

With his fully inked arms, suited style and silver fox image, Nickelson Wooster shows every small-minded, age-minders that age is only a number. And, you can be the maturest of the bunch but still pull off fashion of any calibre.

He keeps it real with his slick, sophisticated street style which is to be admired. Iconic and defiant, Wooster adds the raggedness of his tattoos, tight beard look and bulky physique to his wearable, tailored aesthetic.

As a man over 50, he’s killing everyone with his coolness. He nails the trimmed, tight appearance juxtaposed with his badass image and eternal realness to himself - effortless, but edgy. 


U+MAG issue 103
Sep 16, 2013 / 3,695 notes

U+MAG issue 103

(via j0rdieshore)