First seen on the big screen in 1969, The Italian Job returns to cinemas in 2019 to celebrate the film’s 50th anniversary.
Yes, you can get plenty of old ones on eBay. But if you want new, check out the Classic Mini from David Brown Automotive.
Juat spotted over on our Retro To Go site is this Peter Pan Shift Dress from New Look.
it looks like the 1960s is still going to big on the high street this year if the newly-launched Ponte Dress from Oasis is anything to go by. In a striking and rich red shade, the colour carries a basic sixties look dress that's appealingly simple. The empire cut a-line […]
Not a colour scheme for everyone, but if you want a distinctive Mini with a Paul Weller touch, you might want to bid for the Paul Weller limited edition Mini Cooper. Some of you might have recognised the colour scheme – it uses the same one as one of the […]
Another shift dress on the high street, but this Velvet Shift Dress from Miss Selfridge does offer up a slightly more unique look to many out there right now. The shift dress structure is classic and stylish, with a straight, sleeveless cut and mid thigh hemline. The addition of crocheted […]
Title says it all really – the original Italian Job Minis are on display in London, specifically at the Museum of London. Actually it's a case of them being original-ish, as all the cars used in the movie were eventually trashed. The ones on display are apparently the ones that […]
Something stylish and simple with a sixties twist – that's the Quaint of the Art Dress from ModCloth. Tapping into a London chic from the time, this Quant-esque dress achieves the look through the simple a-line pinafore shape. The sleeveless cut works with a large, pierrot style collar and black […]