skip to Main Content
Menu
The Lighthouse Keeper

The Lighthouse Keeper

Long-rumored to never leave Finback Isle, Francis is something of an icon around Casco Bay. For years, his only reported human contact was two local lobster boats that brought supplies…

keep reading
An Ode To The Caftan

An Ode to the Caftan

There are caftans and there are caftans.  You'll enjoy this piece from Racked on the glorious, golden caftan (most definitely of the latter sort) worn by Meryl Streep in The…

keep reading
Layers

Layers

For women in the 18th century, getting dressed was no easy undertaking and involved layers and pieces and parts. From the shift to stays, petticoats and pockets, roll, stockings and…

keep reading
A Ticket Into The Past

A Ticket into the Past

February 21, 1804, Penydarren ironworks in South Wales. A steam locomotive pulled a train along the tramway of the Penydarren ironworks, near Merthyr Tydfil, and the world's first steam-powered railway journey in the world…

keep reading
On Dressing The Part

On Dressing the Part

He's a talented performer, a vintage clothing collector, and a dapper dresser. Dandy Wellington's refined, vintage style translates into more than just how the pieces of his wardrobe come together…

keep reading
Back To Top