It means you’re really cool
Fashion is constantly changing, but a sense of style is something permanent, something that is in your blood. People in the XX century knew what it means to keep the brand and be really cool. Therefore, we suggest you learn this from the real masters of the old school style.
Children of Chicago (1941).
Elspeth Beard. The first woman rider, traveled around the world.
An icon of style – Marlon Brando.
The old family photo from the 1900s.
Sigourney Weaver in a suit.
Women engaged in boxing. Los Angeles (1933).
A young Harrison Ford.
The boy knows how to dance rock ‘n’ roll.
Young Richard Gere
Clint Eastwood with actresses Olive Stargess and Danny Crane in San Francisco (1954).
Ernest Hemingway (1923).
A mod from New York (1950).
Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his cabinet (1968).
Helen O’Neill – the coolest girl on skateboard in 1970.
Jimmy Hendrix before the show (1967).
The Beatles before they became famous (1960).
Frank Sinatra coming out of a helicopter with a drink in his hand.
The secretary at work.
Sean Connery is resting between filming.