Came across this neat little collection of images, depicting the weapons and equipment of British warriors down the ages. Starting with a Huscarl in 1066 – around the time of the Battle of Hastings, the battle between the Norman-French army of Duke William II of Normandy and an English army under the Anglo-Saxon King Harold II, and all they way up to the modern day Private enlisted now in 2014.
Crusader knight, 1244
Yorkist Man-at-Arms, 1485
New Model Army musketeer 1645
Lance Corporal, 1944
“From Benjamin Franklin’s bifocals to Elvis’s kingly sunglasses to Maverick’s aviators to Spike Lee’s tortoise shell frames to MC Hammer’s oversized shades” this illustrated eye chart of famous eyewear captures it all.
By Pop Chart Lab
We at mage design are backing Jake bugg. He is the real deal. Amazing skill, style and soul; he is inspiring to say the least. Kick back and enjoy a short live performance by one who is for sure to be a value to the history of music.
A look at the life of French designer Yves Saint Laurent from the beginning of his career in 1958 when he met his lover and business partner, Pierre Berge.
Director: Jalil Lespert
Writers: Jacques Fieschi, Jérémie Guez, Marie-Pierre Huster, Jalil Lespert
Stars: Charlotte Le Bon, Pierre Niney, Guillaume Gallienne
Release Date: 8 January 2014 (France)
Beshka and Karen Bjornson by Mike Reinhardt from Paris Vogue’s October 1973 Issue .
In honor of Kurt Cobain’s would be 46th birthday today, I thought V Magazine’s latest grunge editorial would make for a fitting post… Check out Agyness D. below in her long underwear
worn as outerwear, fuzzy sweater and signature DR. MARTEN footwear looking relevant as ever.