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: […]
Remember this one? The classic Lucozade Mod advert, which is probably the best Mod advert anyone has even made.
It seems like we jumped the gun a bit over the limited edition 100 Club Fred Perry polo shirt and gave out information we perhaps shouldn’t have done. The limited edition shirt was actually an exclusive for members of the company’s mailing list and was not intended for general sale […]
Opening on Saturday 13th May, Ready, Steady, Go! at Chelsea Space in London claims to be the first exhibition to explore the style, fashion, people and events associated with Italian designed scooters and their impact on British culture over the last 60 years. Ready, Steady, Go! examines the history of […]
Here’s a nice item – that could be a collector’s piece of the future. Fred Perry has released a limited edition run of slim-fit Fred Perry polo shirts featuring the 100 Club logo. There’s very little else you can say – everyone know what the top looks like, it’s an […]