You might have noticed the weather has picked up. Which means the 1960s summer knitwear by Art Gallery Clothing has arrived at the right time.
I’ve spotted a few of these on Facebook, so I decided to track down the man behind Mr. B’s Soulful Tees to talk mod and 60s t-shirts.
I’ll have a feature on all the new range soon, but first, this Goldhawk knitted crew neck top by Art Gallery Clothing is back in stock.
Not easy to get, but the Mod logo t-shirts and sweatshirts by Pop Gear are interesting and eye-catching. Tote bags available too.
Currently one of Paul Weller’s favourite labels, we talk to Diederik Degryse of vintage cycling brand and current mod favourite Magliamo.
I don’t tend to feature a lot of t-shirts, as the ‘is it mod?’ brigade usually drops by. But as we are in a heatwave, it’s worth mentioning the Flamingo Club t-shirt by Gama Clothing.
Interesting to see a noted design of the early 1960s revisited by Fred Perry. The Mule Skinners t-shirt by Barney Bubbles.
I think these are the extra ones left over from the promotion of the Midnight Of My Life movie. Anyway, the Steve Marriott t-shirts, which haven’t been made commercially available before, are currently selling on eBay.