It’s certainly a great time for anyone with a love of 60s styles to boost their wardrobe – with just about every high street store having a couple of interesting garments in their range, New this week at Miss Selfridge is this yellow 60s-style shift dress. It’s got a fairly […]
Famous for both the Sgt Pepper’s sleeve (and more recently Paul Weller’s Stanley Road), Peter Blake is first and foremost a very sought-after artist – both for his original works and his limited edition prints – and certainly one worth investing in. If you haven’t got any room left on […]
Fancy owning an extremely limited edition Fred Perry top, designed by Paul Weller? Well, now you can – if you’re quick. FP and PW have come together to produce an ultra limited edition Fred Perry polo shirt, produced to Weller’s particular specifications – and it’s limited to just 200 items […]
Yes, more 60s fashion on the high street. These stylish outfits are courtesy of New Look’s forthcoming Autumn/Winter collection – which might not sound ideal purchases just now – but you’ll appreciate them when November approaches. Left: Pink check wool coat £70, Angora baker boy hat £8, Leather driving gloves […]
New York’s Daptone Records are top of the tree when it comes to classic soul and funk grooves with a modern slant, so it’s no surprise to see this really stylish Daptone record bag – or the Dap-Sack – from the label, made to carry and protect your vintage 7-inch […]
Yes, you can buy a Keith Moon drum kit and live out your fantasy as the wildman of Mod legends, The Who.
If you’re not aware, the V&A will be running a Swinging London exhibition from 6th June 2006 through to 25th February 2007, featuring designs by Mary Quant, Ossie Clark, Pierre Cardin and Paco Rabanne among others, covering the period from the mid 1950s (when Mary Quant established her first boutique) […]
Radio 2 has a nasty habit of doing some damn fine documentaries, so I’m expect good things from Carnaby Street And All That, even if it is hosted by Lulu. It’s essentially a look at fashions of the era – or as near as you can get on the radio: […]