Fashion, style, whatever you want to call it, this is the section where mod-related clothing and accessories will be found. That’s a mix of in-depth features and news items as and when we find them for both men and women. Spotted something we should feature? Don’t keep it to yourself. Drop us a line.
If you know the name Graham Marsh, it could be because you own the wonderful The Ivy Look book or indeed, Michael Caine 1960s or the jazz-inspired Max and the Lost Note kids book. Regardless of that, you will probably want to take notice of the Graham Marsh-designed Vintage Ivy Collection shirts at Kamakura. Continue Reading
Words can only say so much when it comes to clothing, so here is a selection of images showcasing the Art Gallery autumn / winter 2014 knitwear range, which does the job so much better. Continue Reading
To be honest, we lost track of this a little, but with the launch party for the press just gone (no, we didn’t get an invite), probably worth mentioning that Paul Weller’s Real Stars Are Rare clothing collection is now available online. Continue Reading
Just when you thought that Adidas had cleared you out for this year, it produces something else to rattle your bank balance. This time the Adidas Island Series reissues. Continue Reading
Clarks is doing more heritage stuff, including From Rats to Rudeboys – Steve Barrow and the Mods. Continue Reading
Knitwear bargains you say? Well mods’ favourite has its next mill sale next month – and prices are very cheap. Continue Reading
Back in October of last year we mentioned that Baracuta had been into its archive and rediscovered / reissued the Baracuta G4 shirt collar jacket. Not content with offering that, the company has now produced a more premium version of the jacket – the Baracuta G4 Harrington shirt collar jacket in leather. Continue Reading
A premium take on a classic – or the OrSlow 60s white denim jacket if you prefer. Continue Reading
Spring is around the corner and with it, a lot of clobber aimed at the warmer months. That includes these two new Brutus Trimfit x Dr Martens shirts. Continue Reading
Was actually browsing for something else when I encountered these 1960s-style dresses by Swinging Chicks. Well worth a look. Continue Reading
We flagged up Toerag a while back when they were selling via eBay. Now the t-shirt range looks to have been expanded and is selling via Etsy.
Worth a look too. I’m not saying it’s t-shirt weather now, but it might well be soon and when it is, they’re worth having in the wardrobe / drawer.
The range features a range of mod-friendly subjects, from shirts featuring bands through to logos and compilation album sleeves. As examples, check out the Rhythm and Blues above (based on a compilation album logo), The Who logo t-shirt below and The Artwoods long-sleeve top (also below).
Many more too, with prices starting from around £10.