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Jo Jo Phillips retro scooter helmets

Looking for something a bit different to keep your head safe on the road? Might be worth checking out these Jo Jo Phillips retro scooter helmets. Ok, they’re not just for scooters (you can wear one on a motorbike) and I’m not convinced they’re the safest things on the road […]

Paul Weller's New York Review

Paul Weller is doing three heavily sponsored shows in New York, showcasing music from his entire career to promote the release of the Hit Parade box set. Each night at the Irving Plaza will focus on a specific time period: Monday January 29th – An Evening with Paul Weller featuring […]

New Weller-designed Fred Perry tops

Apparently due to "unprecedented demand", Fred Perry is issuing new Paul Weller-designed Fred Perry Polo Shirts in a new range of colours. The new colours (pictured above) are the colours originally passed up for the earlier green top. There’s 1,000 of each new colour, all made to the same specification […]

V&A's retro pop art Christmas cards

Christmas cards – almost impossible to find something cool and classy. Or is it? Not if you pick up these fantastic retro pop art Christmas cards from the V&A Museum Shop. The cards were designed by Clifford Richards exclusively for the V&A for this Christmas. Richards is a graphic designer […]

Christies' pop / Keith Moon auction

Christies’ Pop Memorabilia auctions are always worth a look, but if you’re a Who fan, this one is of more interest than usual, as it also includes a number of lots offered by Keith Moon’s family. The main auction has everything from old music posters, programmes and memorabilia (where you’ll […]

Weller talks about the Harrington

Some advanced warning if you’re a Paul Weller fan that the man will be doing some editorial in this weekend’s Mail on Sunday (12th November), talking about Harrington jacket and for some strange reason (considering he never uses the web – or so we’re told), the new Baracuta website. The […]

Primark go 60s for women's range

Primark seems to become something of a bun fight when they get in a new range – but as they’ve never really gone down the 60s route, it hasn’t been an issue – until now. Yes, as you can see from the images here, the company has joined many other […]

Review: Stop! Look! Listen! at the NFT

National Film Theatre, London 12th/13th October 2006 In our endless search for the sights and sounds of the 60s, we are prepared to go anywhere, anytime, at the merest suggestion of a rare track unheard for decades, or a film clip, unseen since those heady, colourful days. Sometimes, we are […]