Thursday, 11 September 2014
…ZEISS TURITA 8X24
Hemingway, 1935, 'Green Hills of Africa', page 207
“I got my old miniature Zeiss glasses out of an inside pocket, where they were wrapped in a woollen sock with some tissue to clean them, and focused them on the flag. I made the flag out just before a wave drenched the glasses.”
Note that this quote describes Hemingway’s experience on board
a landing craft approaching Fox Green beach on June 6, 1944
Posted by French cancan at 09:57
Thursday, 4 September 2014
Mr FCC will not talk about Madison avenue and the 50's world of advertising… MAD men are also friends who loves so something, that they decide to manufacture it themselves ! and they do it with heart and passion !!!
Take one discret man, take flea markets under the fog to find the best fabrics and accessories, take the talent and take one thousand hours, days and nights to manufacture the best of the best !!!!!…
YOU HAVE LAURENCE JOHN !!!!!!!!
No! international dapper men, this is not a dream…pleated back, belts, buckles, large collars, tweed, strong linen !!!!!! nothing is fake !!!!!!!
Read this interview and know a little bit more about the "butterfly man"
and don't ask me more…Mister FCC is just under the charm !!!!
|Action back shop coat.|
|Early 1920s style narrow shouldered suit.|
Vintage 18 oz tweed, probably 1930s.
|Bicycle courier jacket.|
Vintage cotton drill.
|Early 1920s style, narrow-shouldered suit.|
Vintage French linen.
|Shawl collar Norfolk 'Mackinaw'. 22oz tweed dated 1943|
" WORKWEAR FOR THE MAN OF LEISURE"
Only one adress to visit
Posted by French cancan at 03:16