How about a little trip back in time and taking a look at what used to be considered cool?
Ernest Hemingway’s striking passport photo (1923)
A man ice skating in a suit (1937)
The original way to ‘text’ in Class (1944)
Girl with typewriter and a smoke
A young boy stealing the show, back when middle school kids knew how to dance (1950)
A gang of greasers in NYC, 1950
The gorgeous necklines of the 1950s
This is how teenagers dated in the 1950s
Audrey Hepburn at a premiere on September 14, 1953.
The definition of old school cool. Cary Grant in the 1950s
Marlon Brando’s screen test in “Rebel Without A Cause” (1955).
Teenagers and their first car (1950s)
Clint Eastwood with actresses Olive Sturgess and Dani Crayne in San Francisco, 1954
A young Michael Caine in 1959
Dean Martin & Angie Dickinson on the set of Rio Bravo, 1959
Caroline Kennedy walks ahead while her father, the most powerful man in the world, carries her doll. (1960)
A salesman has his motorized roller skates refueled at a gas station (1961)
6 time Golden Globe winner Paul Newman boating in Venice during a film festival (1963)
Sophia Loren, one of the only actresses to win an Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe awards.
A famous quote of hers: “Sex appeal is fifty percent what you’ve got and fifty percent what people think you’ve got.”
Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger sit opposite each other on a train to Bangor . (1967)
Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his cabinet – 1968. These men knew how to wear a suit.