Bradford Suit Length Centre now online

by Modculture 23 May, 2013

Thanks to Richard for letting us know that the Bradford Suit Length Centre is now online. Continue Reading

Feature: Peter Harland Tailors in Liverpool

by Modculture 3 April, 2013

Michael Bennett has a chat with his tailor of choice (and many others on the mod scene), Peter Harland in Liverpool. Continue Reading

Coming soon: King Paisley 1960s-style custom shirts

by Modculture 17 December, 2012

The clue is perhaps in the name, but if you haven’t guessed, King Paisley will soon be offering a range of shirts inspired by the 1960s, both off the peg and custom fits. If you want in, you can sign up now for details of the big launch. Continue Reading

Video: Mr Holland – the tailor for the younger man (1960)

by Modculture 27 April, 2012

Another interesting video clip, with a tailor known as Mr Holland talking about the younger man and his changing tastes in suits, dating from 1960. Continue Reading

Trimfit mod-friendly and vintage shirtmakers

by Modculture 18 March, 2012

Not to be confused with the Brutus shirt of the same name, Trimfit shirtmakers is an independent bespoke shirtmaker of some years standing. Continue Reading

The Modculture guide to mod-friendly tailors

by Modculture 12 January, 2012

As the city guides are still a work in progress, we’ve compiled all of our previous tailoring recommendations in one handy list. Right here in fact. Continue Reading

Feature: Your First Tailor-Made Suit

by Modculture 19 October, 2011

Looking to get a tailored mod-style suit? David Walker has a few tips to make it all much easier. Continue Reading

Interview: Mark Powell (Soho tailor)

by Modculture 10 September, 2011

Soho ‘face’ and tailor to the stars Mark Powell speaks to Jason Holmes about his style influences and why he lives in the historic quarter. Continue Reading

Tailoring Terms and Suit Detailing by Neil Lee

by Modculture 6 September, 2011

Neil Lee has produced a guide to the detailing you need to consider before you visit a tailor. Consider these points, visit a recommended tailor, and you’ll have no problems whatsoever. Continue Reading