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Vintage View: Tied Up in Knots

When it comes to scarves, the styling possibilities are endless! Just ask ModWriter Jamie, who discovered this pedagogical pamphlet featuring a wealth of scarf-tying solutions on her mother's bookshelf! Read more »

Vintage View: Holi-DIY Crafts & Decor

Ready to get down and get festive with all kinds of seasonal projects, from tree trimmings to table toppers? Haul out the yarn, felt, and craft glue, and let these 1960s and 1970s images and ideas from magazines inspire you! Read more »
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Vintage View: Wrap-py Holidays!

The art of gift wrapping has been neglected for the past few decades. As we prep for prime gift-giving season, let's revisit some of the more creative and inventive ideas from the past. Read more »
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Vintage Sexism: The Femme Fatales of Pulp Fiction

There's no doubt that the pulp fiction era spawned a wealth of escapist genres known for over-the-top exaggeration and off beat characters, but how has it affected female stereotypes? Read more »
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Vintage View: The Golden City in a Golden Time

San Francisco, CA, known for its iconic bridges, cable cars, fog, and landscapes, is a city with a storied cultural past. Take a look back in time with these vintage photographs of the City by the Bay. Read more »
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Vintage View: Italy in ‘Amore’ Lovely Light

Writer Cindy dives into the pages of her grandmother's vintage copy of Italia Mia to uncover Italy in the early 1970s. Read more »
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Vintage View: I Love Paris in the ’50s

As springtime approaches, we're pining for a Parisian holiday. Since we can't whisk ourselves over there right this very moment, we found the next best thing: vintage snapshots. Read more »
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