Archive for August, 2015

Adidas Cancun Island Series trainers now available

by Modculture 28 August, 2015

Adidas Cancun Island Series trainers available from midnight

We featured the series a while back, but as these are expected to fly off the shelves this weekend, we thought it might be a good idea to mention that the Adidas Cancun Island Series trainers are now available. Continue Reading

The Jam: About The Young Idea documentary to premiere on Sky Arts

by Modculture 28 August, 2015

The Jam: About The Young Idea documentary to premiere on Sky Arts

If you want to see it on the big screen, you can book tickets right now for a screening tomorrow at Somerset House. Otherwise, tune into Sky to see The Jam: About The Young Idea. Continue Reading

Back on the shelves: Fred Perry long sleeve twin tipped polo shirt

by Modculture 27 August, 2015

Fred Perry long sleeve twin tipped polo shirt

If you want an indication of the seasons changing, it’s probably when the Fred Perry short sleeves get replaced on the shelves with the Fred Perry long sleeve twin tipped polo shirt. Continue Reading

I’m The Face (Pete Meaden) by Pete Wilky with John Hellier

by Modculture 26 August, 2015

I’m The Face (Pete Meaden biography) by Pete Wilky with John Hellier (Light and Dark Publishing)

Like most people with an interest in the mod scene I have always been fascinated and intrigued by the enigma that is Pete Meaden. From my first introduction to him in the pages of Richard Barnes’ ‘Mods’ to the snippets of information provided since then, I have wanted to know who he was what motivated him, where he had come from and what he did after the 60s up until his untimely death. It was therefore with great excitement that I awaited the release of I’m The Face. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Odds & Sods – Photographs of Paul Hallam (See-W publishing)

by Modculture 26 August, 2015

Coming soon: Odds & Sods – Photographs of Paul Hallam (See-W publishing)

If you caught a glimpse of the photos in the mods episode of Street, Sound & Style on Channel 4, then you might be interested to get an even closer look courtesy of Odds & Sods – Photographs of Paul Hallam. Continue Reading

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