If you found yourself watching the final seasons of Mad Men and really vibing with Don Draper’s swinging Manhattan bachelor pad, here is the apartment for you.
Looking at these carefree styles for teens, let’s hope to God they didn’t let anybody smoke in the closet, because those fabrics are so synthetic a stray match might’ve set the whole place ablaze.
Yes, those are the heads of ancient Romans. Emperors and senators, to be precise.
As a sort of advent calendar of kitsch, Pictorial will be counting down the final twelve days before Christmas by featuring some holiday presents of days gone by.
The 1970s were possibly the absolute nadir of American eating habits. That’s common knowledge, but it’s still wild to scroll through photo after photo of revolting evidence. And now you can do just that, thanks to the Twitter account 70s Dinner Party!
As Americans prep for Thanksgiving, Pictorial has decided to honor our communal gorging by taking a look at promotional recipe pamphlets of days gone by.
Here’s something I never expected to write: Old Tupperware commercials are mesmerizing, brilliant, and strangely convincing. Dips keep dippier! Hams keep hammier! My God!
The reboot factory has brought us a shiny new gift, and it comes from one of Aaron Spelling’s classic productions. ABC is reincarnating Fantasy Island, the late ‘70s, early ‘80s series about a mysterious island where visitors pay to live out their dreams and desires.
For instance: Consider your Christmas shopping handled, thanks to the June 1974 issue of McCall’s magazine. Just buy all your loved ones this “unique and reasonably priced” Pictorial History of Aberrant Behavior—the first of its kind! First installment free!
You’ve got the look of a savvy, modern woman interested in the freshest female-focused reads 1975 has to offer. So why not join the Woman Today Book Club, “the first book club to bring you the best books for and about women”?
It’d be hard to argue with the claim that besides all the great characters, and the beautifully written dialogue, the biggest reason Mad Men (coming to a close this Sunday) was a hit was because it was about one our recent favorite decades in American history. Baby boomers, man.
Would you like to hear a vintage interview with a young Dolly Parton? Of course you would!
Perhaps one of the greatest stories of Hollywood glamour and ego gone wrong is the one of Tippi Hedren and then-husband Noel Marshall illegally breeding lions on their California property. Hedren was insistent that the big cats—like lions, tigers and panthers—made great pets. Case in point, here's a lion cuddling…
In 1974, a dozen single men and a dozen single women talked to the New York Times about their love lives for two articles on dating in the city that never sleeps (but definitely has sex). After the pieces were released, the Times got all the subjects together for drinks, which resulted in third piece about how their…
Sesame Street debuted in 1969 and was in full swing by the mid-seventies. The 1976 JC Penney Christmas catalog was all over it.
Ladies, your spring wardrobe is incomplete without "boy-cut" and "updated" jeans.
It was the seventies! We were all on blow and selling houses to the Juice back then.
Rachel Rabbit White recently visited her favorite vintage shop and picked up a couple of old Playgirl issues from the 1970s—you know, America's sex-positive years. While reading an issue from 1973, she discovered a most shocking, ouchy story.