It’s odd that the press behind this describes Gabicci as a ‘northern soul brand’. The label (or the best bits of it) have been worn on the mod scene for years, so with that in mind, the Norman Jay x Gabicci 40th anniversary collection should be of interest.
Month: August 2013
If you are a fans of the iconic pop artist, you might want to get down to the Hang-Up Gallery in London next month for Pop – an exhibition of prints by Sir Peter Blake.
Free night out anyone? That’s what’s on offer in London SE5 with a free screening of the original The Italian Job.
It’s an album that tends to split opinion, but if you are a fan, you’ll probably want to own the the Super Deluxe box set of The Who’s Tommy, which is released on 11 November 2013.
To some it’s a functional bit of army surplus that will forever be associated with the original mod scene. To one company in Japan, the fishtail parka is a template for a premium coat – the Nanamica Fishtail Coat.
We should have a few batches of these featuring on the site, but for now, here is the first selection of images from the recent Brighton Mod Weekender 2013. All photos are courtesy of Jade Bolton (aka @jlbolt1 on Twitter) and obviously shouldn’t be reproduced without permission.
A browse on a retailer’s site shows us that there are three new versions of the Brutus Trimfit shirt new to the market.
Our second single city mod guide focuses no the super-hip city of Barcelona. Huge thanks to Alberto Valle for all his help in putting together this extensive guide – essential for anyone planning a trip there.