Coffee Bars, the unsung heroes of the 1960s Mod scene. Cappuccino Culture by Andrew Longcake explains why.
No flat caps and no ‘Mr Grimsdale ‘here. But you do get both the swinging sixties and the Pretty Things in What’s Good For The Goose.
There’s a healthy men’s range, so it’s good to see a women’s 1960s range, too. Kicking off with the Lucy 1960s-style paisley dress by 66 Clothing.
It’s officially described as a polo shirt, but the Temple vintage-style zipped top by Gabicci Vintage is more apt.
Some years back, I saw Paul Weller on TV talking about a book he’d apparently just re-read. That book was called Absolute Beginners by Colin MacInnes.
Long overdue a defining publication about her, Pauline Boty: British Pop Art’s Sole Sister by Marc Kristal looks to be a must-buy.
Well worth a look, the Shake! Sixties Brit Mod Nuggets vinyl compilation is a double album via Cherry Red.
Mods and trainers? It is a thing and here are 10 of the best 1960s-style Mod trainers for you to check out, with most available to buy right now.