There are others doing similar, but the 1960s t-shirt designs by Toerag at Etsy are still worth checking out, not least because of price.
Tag: carnaby street
I didn’t know there was a John Stephen archive. But there is and it where this John Stephen pop art collection by Art & Hue comes from.
With Talking Pictures screening it soon it seems a good time for The Scenester to look back at Smashing Time, courtesy of a past NFT screening.
Claire Mahoney talks to Owen Harvey on the eve of his Mod UK exhibition at the Subculture Archives in Carnaby Street, London.
There is a rare chance to catch the Swinging London documentary Three Swings on a Pendulum on BBC iPlayer right now.
Not sure they’re your typical mod styles as they are probably from later in the life of the designer / retailer, but it’s always interesting to see some John Stephen Carnaby Street shirts on eBay.
I’m guessing it’s promotion for the Tommy Super Deluxe Edition box set, but the opening of a pop-up shop in London by The Who is still an interesting thing.
Anyone who loves books like London Dossier and London Spy will be interested in Gear Guide 1967 – Hip-Pocket Guide To Britain’s Swinging Fashion Scene, which is just published by Old House.