Saturday, January 19, 2008

Dezmond does it 70's Style!

Check out Actor Dezmond Gilla in the Celebrity Gallery at!

He's living proof that wearing genuine 70's vintage clothing just might give you a new attitude.

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Party in a 1970's Polyester Leisure Suit!

Oh, man! Is John a fun guy or WHAT?

Not a soul could slap the smile off his face once he stepped into that sleazy feeling only a genuine polyester 70's Leisure Suit can give a man.

Check him out in the Funky Fashion Hall of Fame at!

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Happy 2008 from

Thanks to you guys, 2007 was a fabulous year at!

In 2007, we had 1 MILLION visitors who looked at 4 MILLION pages on the site. THAT alone has us entirely energized. We're truly looking forward to ringing in the 2008 New Year that will offer you wild men out there a dazzling array of DEADSTOCK Men's Vintage items. After all of the Holiday partying and overindulging, we're getting back into the swing and are busy behind the scenes prepping items that will soon be listed on the site. You can expect to see LOADS MORE of Men's genuine 1970's unworn clothing in all size ranges on the site in the near future.

We'd like to take the time to thank all of our customers for shopping with us. You guys really are a freakin' BLAST! And, we're happy to enable you to have a real riot wearing authentic vintage clothing. We'd also like to shout out a big THANKS, MAN to our many repeat customers, various theater groups, designers, costumers and production companies we have worked with throughout the past year.

YES, it's you guys who make what it is and what it is becoming and we're proud to be providing an environmentally conscious product to the world in the form of prime Mens Vintage Clothing and we're collectively thrilled to be making y'all so damn happy in doing so.

Without YOU, we'd just be a mountain consisting mainly of polyester.

It's unlikely you could ski on that ...but, with all of the wild colors and patterns involved... it might be a pretty postcard right before it was deemed an eyesore by the town council.