Vintage Style #34: Men's Fashion Ads
How cool is this? Dammit, I want an eye-patch! Get ready for a heaping helping of awesome men's fashion advertisements. With all the crazy awful stuff going on the world, you deserve a few minutes to sit back and enjoy some amazing styles from yesteryear. Enjoy.
Here's Patchy the Hathaway model again. God love him and his glorious eye-patch.
What to say during intermission:
Andy Warhol is getting cold.
Be-Ins are better than Happenings because you feel more a part of it.
As Professor Marshall McLuhan says, 'Media is the message.'
This 'threatening' ad reminds me of the infamous National Lampoon cover: "If you don't buy this magazine, we'll kill this dog."
You do realize this shirt was worn like a leotard. To achieve that tight look that was so popular in the seventies, men and women wore 'body shirts' that basically turned into underwear below the belt line.
This manner of spelling is getting wreally, wreally annoying.
"Rugged man stuff! They're beautiful in saucy solids and lusty patterns... and they fit better 'cause they have our exclusive Flat Front finish."
The seventies are often accused of being a very 'brown' colorless decade; if only that were true.
Is that guy biting her shoulder? What the hell? Sort of reminiscent of another biting male in an ad posted a while back. The similarities are uncanny. I do miss the days of multi-colored dress socks, though.
Suits are so much cooler when worn with cocky condescending stares. And chicks dig it.
Well, isn't this special? He's wearing a wrinkle free shirt so she doesn't have to iron. Whether he would actually be doing any ironing is laughable. But at least her 'ironing day' just got easier.
Well, it's been wreal fun. Stay tuned for more men's fashion ads on Wretrospace.