Sadly, you can't go out and buy it right now, but when it does hit the shelves, you'll know if you want any of the Aertex x John Simons range, as we have advanced shots of a good amount of it.
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Big fans of Mikkel Rude shirts here, so nice to see some new styles on his virtual shelves. Four new styles to be precise. Or at least, four new cloths.
Yeah, I know what you're thinking, it's a Harrington. But this is officially called the Fred Perry Tipped Jacket.
Remember we featured the God Save The Kinks print by Neal McCullough of Hand Drawn Creative last month? Well, as we mentioned then, it was the first in a series, the second of which has now been released – Victoria.
Psst…want some cheap John Smedley gear? You need to get yourself down to the John Smedley Mill Sale.
Some time ago, we featured In With The In Crowd's mod-style dresses, which are still available at their website. But they've also diversified, now offering their own '60s-style shirts.
Adidas has done a bowling shoe itself in the past, but this is an altogether different thing, a collaboration going by the name of the Adidas x Jeremy Scott JS Slim bowling shoes.
We missed this one starting, but no worries – there's still plenty of stock in the Baracuta sale, as well as big discounts.
Pretty much everything is in the sale, including recent additions like the G34 Mod Monkey jacket we featured a couple of months back (down from £135 to £67). The bulk of discounts are in the clothing (which often have mixed reactions), but there's a lot of what it always does best marked down – classic Harrington jackets.
If you go for more 'leftfield' design, the discounts are huge. The slim-fit G4 'made in England' jacket above in a check is down from £169 to £49 for example. See this and everything else in the range on the site.
Sae at the Baracuta website
Photograph by Jason Lancy
Not just any old tailor, Mark Powell is one of THE tailors around, making suits for everyone from David Bowie and Paul Weller through to Ronnie Kray. He's now got the honour of being interviewed and featured on the Modculture website.
Jason Holmes met up with the man over a few drinks in his native Soho to discuss his past, his thoughts on style and tailoring, future plans and his general philosophy, not to mention future movie plans.
It's all online now and well worth five minutes of your time.