The mod scene’s rising star of tailoring is Gill Long of Cock of the Walk Tailors. I caught up with Gill for an interview covering everything from her training and skills through to the clothing she makes and why mods from all over head there.
A browse through the archive suggests I haven’t mentioned Adam of London since 2009. That’s too long, so a catch up is definitely required.
Hardy Amies has launched its new range for autumn/winter 2013, using The Jam to soundtrack a new video showcasing it.
New to the Adam of London range is something from the past – these Adam of London Pin Through Collar shirts. A style resurrected from the early 60s, the shirts are, as you've probably guessed, 100 per cent cotton and made in Britain, with a fitted cut, placket front, two […]
If you are on the look out for something formal, Adam of London has followed up his store revamp with a reworking of his website, accompanied by some new stock items. Some we've mentioned before (for example, the paisley shirt we mentioned is now in), but there's also a new […]
Despite recovering from a spot of ill health of late, Adam of London has still found time to increase his Notting Hill store to cope with increasing demand. It's now twice the size. If you've not checked out the mod-friendly shirts, suits, coats and accessories before, you'll find the shop […]