Yes, you've seen it on TV, you might even own the DVD. But have you ever seen Get Carter on the big screen? If the answer is 'no' and you live in reasonable distance from Manchester, it might be worth getting down to the city's Cornerhouse cinema next week. Get […]
The 1962 football shoe is back with a World Cup theme as the Adidas Samba World Cup Edition. Back in classic black and white, it offers up a ptremium leather finish with a suede toe, white contrast sole and gold branding, along with a German pin badge detail. That's because […]
Another 60s-style trainer has been reissued once more – the Adidas Vintage Gazelle OG, which is here in a gold and black suede finish. Originally seen in 1968, this version of the Gazelle still has the streamlined shape, but also throws in that gold suede upper, contrast black striping and […]
It's some time ahead, so you might want to make a note in your diary for Wednesday 19th May, when the Flipside (via the BFI) will be screening The Season of the Witch in London. Sound familiar? Of course it does – the song by Julie Driscoll and Brian Auger. […]
A colourful version of these hits the shelves in January, but now a more 'back to basics' version of the Puma Roma 68 Vintage trainers are available to buy. Introduced back in 1968 to honour Italian national team (which had won the European Championship that year), this new version offers […]
Described as the 'only book to cover the complete career', David Bailey: Look by Jackie Higgins is available in the coming days, courtesy of Phaidon. That means everything from the 60s work to recent output, including works from key monographs such as his debut 'Box of Pin-Ups' (1964) and the […]
Controversial on its release and rarely seen since, the BFI's cult movie arm Flipside will be releasing Guy Hamilton's controversial The Party's Over (1965) in a dual-format DVD and Blu-ray edition on 17th May 2010. Here's the tale. Young American Melina (Louise Sorel), falls in with a group of Chelsea […]
First saw these flagged up on the Modculture forums, but the Woolistic vintage replica cycling jerseys really do deserve a wider audience.