Back in 1968, Frank Sinatra walked into a J. Press store. Usually, a good story begins with "a man walks into a bar", but this one doesn't. It is however a good story. Follow this link to Ivy Style and read more.
The quest for the perfect grooming product, and a passion for all
things distinguished and reﬁned, led to Joann Kuno and Smutty Smiff to
create JS Sloane Co. Friends since the late 80s, the pair bonded over a
shared love of Hollywood’s golden era and the distinguished and dashing
leading men of the silver screen.
The JS Sloane range now includes two different shampoos as well. As usual, the packaging is superb. It's not a glass bottle but it will look great on your bathroom shelf.
From the information we have found, there was an application made to trademark this pomade back in March, 1941. So it seems this has been around for a while. These days it's brought to you by J. Strickland, who also make Blue Magic.
A light hair dressing in a rather fetching can, in the style of a paint tin. Madame Belva's Hair-Rep is available from Sivletto.
Catch a wave and get some rays with this retina-searing collection of surf art. Over 250 pages of cover-to-cover visual action and inspiration featuring such genre giants as Phil Roberts, Damian Fulton and Rick Rietveld and of course Jim Phillips, together with, to name only a few, Shawn Dickinson, Jimbo Phillips and Thorsten Hasenkamm. Stunning cover and introduction by — yup you guessed it — the legendary Jim Phillips.
Some six months ago, Australian company Uppercut introduced their Monster Hold pomade to the market. Their latest product is called Featherweight and while the Monster Hold was water-resistant, the Featherweight is water soluble. It has one of the nicest smells this author has come across, it's a very fresh citrus scent. Very easy to work into your hair. Light to medium hold. You can get yours at Sivletto.