Archive for September, 2016

Classic Clarks Originals Deserts Boots return a Gore-Tex finish

by Modculture 10 September, 2016

Classic Clarks Originals Deserts Boots return a Gore-Tex finish

A mod classic, but with a difference. That’s because these are Clarks Originals Deserts Boots with a Gore-Tex finish. Continue Reading

Autumn colours: Fred Perry Reissues Made in England Harrington Jacket

by Modculture 10 September, 2016

Fred Perry Reissues Made in England Harrington Jacket

As the seasons change, so do the colours. At least, the colours of the Fred Perry Reissues Harrington Jacket certainly do. Continue Reading

In pictures: Brighton Mod Weekender 2016 by Chris Wild

by Modculture 10 September, 2016

Brighton Mod Weekender 2016 (c) Chris Wild

It might be over for another year, but you can relive Brighton Mod Weekender 2016 thanks to some wonderful photography by Chris Wild. Continue Reading

Ready Steady Girls book now available to pre-order at Amazon

by Modculture 7 September, 2016

Ready Steady Girls book now available to pre-order at Amazon

If you didn’t reserve one via the Kickstarter project to finance the book, you can now pre-order a copy of the Ready Steady Girls book at Amazon. Continue Reading

Baracuta reissues an archive G23 Ramsey coat for 50th anniversary

by Modculture 2 September, 2016

Baracuta reissues an archive G23 Ramsey coat for 50th anniversary

It’s 50 years since this was first seen, so the erect time for Baracuta to reissue an archive G23 Ramsey coat for that 50th anniversary. Continue Reading

Odds & Sods: An exhibition of the 1980s mod scene by Paul Hallam in London

by Modculture 2 September, 2016

Odds & Sods: An exhibition of the 1980s mod scene by Paul Hallam in London

We mentioned a Brighton showcase recently, but that has now moved onto London for the Odds & Sods photo exhibition. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall (Reel Art Press)

by Modculture 1 September, 2016

Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall (Reel Art Press)

If you see the name Graham Marsh attached to something, there’s every chance that it is a stylish piece of work. With that in mind, we have high hopes for  Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall, which is heading your way via Reel Art Press. Continue Reading