Tagged With ‘mod’

3M Caverni vintage-style cycling shirts

by Modculture 14 November, 2017

Huge thanks to Riccardo for adding a footnote to our top 10 cycling tops article with these 3M Caverni vintage-style cycling shirts. Continue Reading

Kickstarter book project: Welsh Mod – Our Story

by Modculture 14 November, 2017

A new, high quality photography book covering the Mod scene in Wales is heading your way if you back it. It goes by the name of Welsh Mod – Our Story. Continue Reading

Top 10: Cycling tops and shirts for mods

by Modculture 12 November, 2017

Cycling tops have always been popular on the mod scene, but brands and ranges tend to come and go. Here are 10 of our favourite cycling tops, covering both the functional and fashion end of the market. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Soho Scene ’63 (Jazz Goes Mod) double CD

by Modculture 7 November, 2017

You might recall the original vinyl from 2015. Following on from that is an expanded Soho Scene ’63 (Jazz Goes Mod) from Rhythm and Blues Records. Continue Reading

Tootal Alternatives: Five 1960s-style mod scarves

by Modculture 31 October, 2017

Yes, we know the Tootal Scarf is a classic and the new range is well worth checking out. But if you fancy a change, check out these other 1960s-style mod scarves. Continue Reading

London Boys (mods and casuals) by Gavin Henderson

by Modculture 29 October, 2017

Mark, an old Mod from the Shepherds Bush area of West London, gives an insight into the late 70s London scene and the subsequent rise of the Casual movement to Gavin Henderson. Continue Reading

How to do mod on the cheap – without buying cheap brands

by Modculture 27 October, 2017

Don’t buy cheap clothing, buy good gear that costs less. We’ll tell you how. Continue Reading

Mod dresses: Love Her Madly Autumn/Winter 2017 range

by Modculture 27 October, 2017

You might recall we interviewed maker Melanie last year. If you liked what you saw then, you’ll probably love the new Love Her Madly Autumn/Winter 2017 dress range too. Continue Reading

Psych in Southport: What’s Good For The Goose (1969)

by Modculture 27 October, 2017

No flat caps and No ‘Mr Grimsdale ‘here, but you do get both the swinging sixties and the Pretty Things in What’s Good For The Goose. Continue Reading

Absolute Beginners by Colin MacInnes (Allison & Busby)

by Modculture 21 October, 2017

Some years back, I saw Paul Weller on TV talking a book he’d apparently just re-read. That book was called Absolute Beginners, written by Colin MacInnes. Continue Reading