Gonna have to watch it now. My boy Rehmix knows his Westerns…Also, Clint Eastwood is the man.
The Spaghetti Western that started it all, A Fistful of Dollars directed by Sergio Leone and released in Italy in 1964, is the first installment of the acclaimed Dollars Trilogy. Introducing Clint Eastwood in his first major acting role as the Man With No Name, this gritty take on the Cowboy flick changed the Western genre forever. The story revolves around a laconic bounty hunter who plays the two powerful families of the Mexican border town of San Miguel against each other in an attempt to make some money. The Rojos and the Baxters, two families that have amassed great wealth through the smuggling of arms and liquor, each pay the gunslinger for his services, not knowing his true intentions. Eastwood’s portrayal of the mysterious anti-hero allows for plenty of moments of good old-fashioned badassery making the film one of my favorites. Leone’s directing style, which includes various portrait-type close-ups, wide landscape scenes and slow progression gives the film a distinct and rugged feel.
Visvim SS13 Lookbook
I believe Visvim is one of those love or hate brands: be it by its unique aesthetic or unaffordable price point, the cult label has gathered followers on both ends of the spectrum. I always looked at it from a more conceptual point of view, not so wearable, but with interesting items to throw in the mix. This SS13 lookbook however, presents some of the most solid looks I’ve seen from the Japanese brand so far and a couple I could actually picture myself wearing.
Sir Michael Caine born Maurice Joseph Micklewhite on 14 March 1933
Michael Fucking Caine
Michael Caine with an unidentified woman in Los Angeles in 1966. Hm, unidentified woman… In other words: ladies man.
See more photos here.
(Bill Ray—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Matching the new vintage cotton jackets with colour jeans. Soon more details / Combinando las nuevas chaquetas vintage de algodón con jeans de colores. Nuevos detalles dentro de poco