By Marjorie Magazine This article originally appeared in the 2020 Print Issue Roaring Twenties: an Encore It was as if we stepped into a dream. September 11, 2016 was a Sunday, bright and hot, yet cheery and surreal to find ourselves walking among the stretch of green on a sleepy Oakland Hills mansion, sprawling in… Read More Beating Against the Current: The Art Deco Society of California Fends off Time in their Preservations for Architectural 20th Century Genius
By Darlene Alvarez, Photos Courtesy of Peterson Design This article originally appeared in the 2020 issue Roaring Twenties: An Encore With so much to celebrate, we take a look into the romantic backdrops of Southern California-based Paper Moon Shoppe, whose whimsical moons add a touch of magical glamour to every grand party they grace. Find… Read More To the Paper Moon and Back
This week celebrates a momentous moment in art deco history: the day that the Golden Gate Bridge officially opened on May 27th, 1937. From symbols of America’s resilience from sea to shining sea, to her disastrous cameo appearances in films like Planet of the Apes and Godzilla, the Golden Gate Bridge remains a fixed icon… Read More The Golden Gate Bridge Turns 83: Happy Birthday to Our Grand Lady of the West!
By Roxanna Meta, Editorial Director Photos by Subversive Photography Gee, doesn’t this 2020 look an awful lot like 1920? To ring in the new year, Marjorie had the honor of traveling back in time to the Art Deco Society of California’s annual Member Appreciation Party on January 11. And what a glamorous night it was!… Read More A Glittering New Year With the Art Deco Society of California
We know our readers cannot get enough of vintage living in their modern lives, so we’ve searched far and wide for exciting upcoming events that cater to their love for the past! From antique fairs to winter jazz socials and even rides aboard old subway cars, we hope that across the globe, each Marjorie Gal… Read More Live in Vintage! Events for December 2018
With the release of the widely acclaimed The Shape of Water on HBO earlier this fall, fans and new viewers of Guillermo del Toro’s sci-fi love thriller can treat themselves to the film with the new fascinating and sad knowledge that within one scene lies a lost recording by Marilyn Monroe herself. “How Wrong Can I… Read More Watch The Shape of Water with a Lost Song by Marilyn Monroe this October
Photos by Marjorie Magazine… Read More A September Dream: Scenes of the Gatsby Summer Afternoon 2017!
Back to Marjorie A few nickels in this town may not do you a favor in terms of your next meal, but another city, another era– you’d be eating like a king. Sadly, the automats of New York are only of the imagination or in the memories of our grandparents– or unless you live in… Read More Our Visit to Eatsa, the New Automat
Bourne Ceaselessly Into the Past with the Art Deco Society of California… Read More Summer at Gatsby’s