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.
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Cheers to Jason Lee for flagging up this online video of the launch of the Quadrophenia Exhibition at the Pretty Green store in London.
Big thanks to Tracy for flagging up this little gem on eBay – the Get Dressed London boutique guide from 1966. Published by the Garnstone Press, the book is written by Millicent Bultitude and has a forward by Mary Quant. It's also an 80-page reference book on London's 'fashion boutiques' […]
It's out later this week, so the perfect time to review Boutique London by Richard Lester. Published by ACC Ediitons, this 192-page book is part vintage tourist guide, part history and part coffee table glossy, taking in all the retailer of note (and some unknowns) from the capital from the […]
We did run a quick piece on this a few weeks back, but author Richard Lester has been kind enough to send over full details of the forthcoming Boutique London A History: King's Road to Carnaby Street, which is produced by ACC Editions. The book is a 280-page affair, following […]
Ok, I've put it off long enough – the lazy side of me has been overcome and I've finally got round to writing a review of The King of Carnaby Street: The Life of John Stephen by Jeremy Reed. Published by Haus, it's pretty much a 'warts 'n' all' biography […]
Oh yes, that's right, Liam Gallagher's Pretty Green label is to become a store, opening, as you might have guessed, on London's Carnaby Street. It's a range of clothing and accessories that always divides opinion – some people love it, others loathe it. For once, I'm going to sit on […]
I don't know anything about this, except it was posted up on the forums, it was made by someone called Live Forever Productions and it's a short film about the mod scene called, rather originally, We Are The Mods, possibly a taster of something longer or still in production. Can't […]