Anyone who loves books like London Dossier and London Spy will be interested in Gear Guide 1967 – Hip-Pocket Guide To Britain’s Swinging Fashion Scene, which is just published by Old House.
Mark Raison reviews Mod: A Very British Style by Richard Weight, the lengthy and much talked-about study of Mod and its influence in subsequent years.
If you have succumbed to the craze for film photography, but want something a little more ‘classic’ than the latest Lomography camera, you’ll probably be the ideal candidate for Retromania: The Funkiest Cameras of Photography’s Golden Age .
Pulp fiction has been around as long as the hills, while pulp fiction featuring mods has been around almost as long as the mod scene itself.
Looking for the lowdown on ivy? The Ivy Look is the obvious place to start.
Pulp fiction in the tradition of the Richard Allen series, Sawdust Caesar is about Tommy, a ‘hard mod’ turning into a petty villain during the violent times of the seaside clashes.
This is a book by Len Deighton…but London Dossier is not a spy novel.
Six decades of modernism – from mods to casuals.