When the sunny weather breaks (as it has done here today), the 1960s t-shirts by Toerag at Etsy are definitely worth checking out. On the affordable side too.
Tag: carnaby street
Claire Mahoney talks to Owen Harvey on the eve of his Mod UK exhibition at the Subculture Archives in Carnaby Street, London.
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.
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.
Cheers to Jason Lee for flagging up this online video of the launch of the Quadrophenia Exhibition at the Pretty Green store in London.