for Jardin des Modes, 1957

for Jardin des Modes, 1957

photo by Michael Woolleyfor Etro, f/w 1999

photo by Michael Woolley
for Etro, f/w 1999

Kim Woo Bin by Eric Guillemainfor L’Uomo Vogue, 2013

Kim Woo Bin by Eric Guillemain
for L’Uomo Vogue, 2013

Colin Firth by Francesco Carrozzini for L’Uomo Vogue, July 2014

Colin Firth by Francesco Carrozzini
for L’Uomo Vogue, July 2014

Ronald Reagan and his dog, Lucky

Ronald Reagan and his dog, Lucky

Roger Moore, c. 1930sfor Sirdar knitting patterns

Roger Moore, c. 1930s
for Sirdar knitting patterns

Tim Gunn by Miller Mobley, 2012

Tim Gunn by Miller Mobley, 2012

David Duchovny by David LaChapelle

David Duchovny by David LaChapelle

Jason Isaacs by Daniel Smith

Jason Isaacs by Daniel Smith

two gentlemen and a punt gun, 1923

The Punt Guns were too big to hold and the recoil so violent they were mounted directly on the punts used for hunting, hence their name… The hunter would maneuver the entire boat in order to aim the gun… [and] firing the gun generated so much force it pushed the boat back.
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two gentlemen and a punt gun, 1923

The Punt Guns were too big to hold and the recoil so violent they were mounted directly on the punts used for hunting, hence their name… The hunter would maneuver the entire boat in order to aim the gun… [and] firing the gun generated so much force it pushed the boat back.

[X]

Colin Firth by Francesco Carrozzini for L’Uomo Vogue, July 2014

Colin Firth by Francesco Carrozzini
for L’Uomo Vogue, July 2014

Lee Byung Hun by Hong Jang Hyun for Harper’s Bazaar Korea, 2010

Lee Byung Hun by Hong Jang Hyun 
for Harper’s Bazaar Korea, 2010

fashion illustration, c. 1920s

fashion illustration, c. 1920s


drugstore cowboyn.1. A loafer who passes time on sidewalks or at drugstores.2. One who dresses or acts like a cowboy but has never been one.
first known use: 1923


Drugstore Cowboys, Turner Valley, Canadaphoto by Gordon Parks, 1945

drugstore cowboy
n.
1. A loafer who passes time on sidewalks or at drugstores.
2. One who dresses or acts like a cowboy but has never been one.

first known use: 1923

Drugstore Cowboys, Turner Valley, Canada
photo by Gordon Parks, 1945

the Warner Bros cowboys, c. 1950s

the Warner Bros cowboys, c. 1950s