“I’ve never had a problem saying my opinion about things,” says Zooey Deschanel, shown lassoing model Justin Gaston. Bustier top, Rebecca Minkoff; pants, Olympia Le-Tan; thin bracelet, Juliet & Company; gold and diamond bracelet, Phillips House; boots, What Goes Around Comes Around; vintage belt.
A few of our favorite things: Goldie Hawn & a cat!
Janis Joplin - Pearl LP #urbanoutfitters
A veggie-tastic Summer Vegetable Tian. #healthy #noms
Brigitte Bardot in knee-high socks. #vintage #tree
#AtTheDriveIn "Vaya" Vinyl - 500 limited edition yellow copies will be available both weekends at #Coachella via Zia Records’ pop up store.
NPR: "Don Draper, the main character on the hit TV show 'Mad Men', is said to have been inspired by a real Madison Avenue ad man: George Lois. Lois was a leader in the "Creative Revolution" in advertising during the 1950s, and became one of the most influential art directors in advertising history. His work helped make brands like Xerox, Lean Cuisine and Jiffy Lube famous."
To celebrate the launch of the fifth season of AMC’s hit TV series ‘Mad Men’, Newsweek has ‘retro-fied’ its ads in the upcoming special ‘Mad Men’ retro-modern issue. For this week’s Mad Men cover story issue, the (online and print) edition contains vintage, swinging ‘60s-style cover design, layouts and ads. Ads of brands, such as Mercedes-Benz, British Airways, United Colors of Benetton, Dunkin Donuts and Estée Lauder were re-appropriated/replaced by authentic period ads from the era.
"What #Batman provides, what all superheroes provide is this notion that good will triumph over evil," says author Glen Weldon. "That evil will have its day, but there will be somebody up there who will keep trying, who will keep looking out for us. ... He's catharsis in a cape." Above, Adam West, as Batman, makes a road safety film with child actors in Kensington, London in the late 1960s.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
Lucille Ball. enough said
Audrey & William Wyler
Clark Gable & Carole Lombard
Alfred Hitchcock- one of the best directors ever
Jason Schwartzman and Natalie Portman in Hotel Chevalier.
Paul McCartney and Stella