A little later than usual (it tends to appear in May), the 1960s summer knitwear by Art Gallery Clothing has finally hit the shelves.
And it’s always worth the wait too. It is always a good time to see a new selection of clothing from Art Gallery Clothing, which has Mod styles down to a fine art. Always changing, but at the same time, always sticking firmly to Mod territory. This is why it has been so successful in the past.
This year’s selection is a mix of returning classics and new styles with a strong 1960s influence as you might expect and as ever, there’s a discount available too.
Just use the code agcmodculture and you’ll get 10 per cent off at the checkout. You can’t argue with money off anytime – but it’s especially welcome right now.
I’ve listed the new designs below, along with links for each one, should any catch your eye. Or just head over to the Art Gallery Clothing website. Note that there are colour variations for many of the designs. See the website for all of those.
Note that the top at the head of the page is the Dagger polo shirt, which will be available shortly. Everything else is below. The prices for all are from £59.
Style Jim striped polo shirt
Style: Mick knitted t-shirt
Style Goldhawk knitted t-shirt
Style Talmy crew neck sweater (inspired by those worn by The Who in their High Numbers days)
Style Nolan knitted t-shirt
Style Hibbert knitted t-shirt