You can occasionally find things on the high street, but for the real deal, check out my 10 of the best Mod and 1960s dressmakers.
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The mod scene’s rising star of tailoring is Gill Long of Cock of the Walk Tailors. I caught up with Gill for an interview covering everything from her training and skills through to the clothing she makes and why mods from all over head there.
As it has just gone on the market, I thought I would let everyone in on the upcoming 1966 Harry Palmer raincoat by Lancashire Pike.
Mike Bennett talks to Nick Collier of Liverpool tailors Harland & Collier about their work and their Mod clientele and their future plans.
We have mentioned these in the dim and distant past, but we are mentioning them once more as the TukTuk is offering Buy One Get One Free on its bespoke shirts.
It started off as one person making the occasional vintage-style dress for sale. But over time, Love Her Madly Boutique has become one of the leading lights in 1960s-dressmaking. We caught up with proprietor, designer and maker Melanie for a chat.
If you’ve got a tape measure and a few minutes to ponder your options, you can have a short made just for you, courtesy of TukTuk Bespoke. And unlike other bespoke options, this one doesn’t need a bank loan either.