Tagged With ‘clothing’

Stuarts of London sale now on – up to 70 per cent off

by Modculture 24 June, 2017

Plenty of mod-friendly brands at knockdown prices in the Stuarts of London Sale. Continue Reading

20 per cent off mod classics in End Clothing sale preview

by Modculture 7 June, 2017

Plenty of brands worth checking out in the End Clothing sale preview, all with 20 per cent off. Continue Reading

Capirari limited edition linen button-down shirts

by Modculture 29 May, 2017

Not too many of these around, so don’t hang about if you fancy one of the Capirari limited edition linen button-down shirts. Continue Reading

Harland & Collier: Liverpool’s ‘Newest Oldest’ Bespoke Tailors

by Modculture 23 May, 2017

Mike Bennett talks to Nick Collier of Liverpool tailors Harland & Collier about their work and their Mod clientele and their future plans. Continue Reading

Vintage vs reproduction – a very modern issue

by Modculture 16 May, 2017

Claire Mahoney discusses vintage fashion. Can reproduction clothing based on an original 1960s look ever match up to the real deal? Continue Reading

All the colours: New Fred Perry slim-fit polo shirts

by Modculture 8 May, 2017

The new colours for the Fred Perry slim-fit polo shirts for summer have just landed online. Continue Reading

Britac summer shirt collection for women now available

by Modculture 8 May, 2017

You probably know about the men’s range, but you might not know about the Britac button-down shirt collection for women. Continue Reading

Art Gallery Clothing spring / summer 2017 range

by Modculture 8 May, 2017

Perhaps should have featured this a couple of weeks back in light of the upturn of weather. But still plenty of time to wear the Art Gallery Clothing spring / summer 2017 range. Continue Reading

John Smedley Mill Sale details confirmed

by Modculture 26 April, 2017

Always one for the diary if you love your knitwear – the John Smedley Mill Sale. Continue Reading

Ben Sherman Archive Collection

by Modculture 10 April, 2017

I think this is a recent development. Regardless, the Ben Sherman Archive Collection is an interesting one. Continue Reading