Now, this is an odd one. Credit to Mark (aka MonkeyPicks) for spotting this 1960s Mods and Rockers ballet online at the BFI.
Is it easier to find the trappings of a Mod lifestyle today than in the 60s? Rob Parker finds out.
A new exhibition about the Mods has opened at Leicester’s New Walk Museum and Art Gallery – Mods: Shaping a Generation.
With the book about to hit the shelves, I caught up with Eddie Piller and Steve Rowland to talk Modzines, the revival years and future projects.
Now this should be a treat. John Simons – A Modernist is both a documentary and an upcoming DVD release.
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.
Ex-Saturday Boy at John Simons’ Ivy Shop, Ivy League menswear consultant and proprietor of Smoking Cat Vintage menswear, Jimmy Frost Mellor is a man to talk Ivy with.
David Dry looks back to his youth in 60s London, and on buying his first scooter, a secondhand Vespa GS 150. Things didn’t go quite as expected…