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RetroModArt GalleryBritish Classic Streetwear

With the name RetroMod we aim to group different brands with a clear and definite trend: capturing the style and class of the glorious sixties in London and transfer it to the present.

The brands in charge of this have exclusive productions and are only known only by a minority audience. Their lines inlcude garments such as Italian style knitted polos, paisley and dotted patterned shirts, parkas such as the ones Jimmy wore in Quadrophenia and stylish coats that resemble those that young people used to wear in the long London winters.

No doubt, it’s the most affordable way to keep alive that Carnaby Street spirit, with the collections these brands offer us season after season.

In 1996 East London Mods Alex Banks and Christopher Lord formed the Art Gallery DJ Collective – featuring Lady Michelle, Flaz, Cess and Graeme Very – to spin a mix of 60’s Soul, Beat, Jazz and Psych.

Art Gallery launched their first club night The Beat Bubble Ball on December 22nd 1996 at The Clinic in China Town followed in 1997 by a stint guesting at Paul Hallam’s Popcorn night at the 100 Club on Oxford Street.

For the next five years Art Gallery ran the now-legendary Lordy Lord! – a club night famous for its top tunes, and for being hot, sweaty and packed to the rafters.

Art Gallery launched their clothing range in 1999.

The rest is history.

Rodney Harrington was a character in a British television series in the sixties. His name is remembered today because it gave its name to one of the most characteristic English fashion garments. The Harrington jacket has survived the test of time as a garment that combines both elegance and comfort.

This is the intention of British Classic Streetwear: to be able to retain the classic English elegance in everyday clothes.

As an example of this versatility we have military-style jackets, the pea coat, the donkey jacket used by the working class, etc. We also incorporate several models of parkas: the authentic fish-tail of the Mods, to keep the suit clean while driving a scooter.

RetroModArt GalleryBritish Classic Streetwear
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