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Madcap EnglandGirlsSuits

Madcap England specialises in mod and retro clothing. Founded in 2007 to bring back energy and colour to men's fashion, Madcap England draws on British heritage fashion from the 60s and 70s to create a unique range of mens knitted polos, jumpers, jackets, t-shirts and more. In the first ten years of Madcap England the collection has become famous for knitted button through polos, racing jumpers and mod boating blazers, as well as mod shirts in bright, retro patterns, 70s inspired designs and 60s paisley prints. Madcap England womens clothing followed shortly after the launch of the mens range in 2008, and Madcap added tailoring - mod suits and blazers in 2009.

Madcap is named after the Syd Barrett first solo album, 'Madcap Laughs' from 1970. 

In 2017 Madcap celebrated 10 years of eclectic and unique men's clothing. Men's fashion always teeters on the edge of boring and dull, with shades of grey, navy and black being the only thing offered to men in the modern era. Madcap England's mission is to change that. Madcap England brings back the colour, life and energy of Men's fashion from the 1960s and 70s, and into the Britpop era. 

Britain's ability to be irreverent and escape the impositions of the times brings us to present a selection of brands such as Pop, Shikha, Run & Fly, and Merc inspired by the swinging sixties that marked a before and after in women's fashion.

Women announced their growing independence and the miniskirt was their main symbol. In contrast to the seriousness of the prevailing fashion, designer Mary Quant imposed a style that was informal, simple and colorful, including dresses, colored tights, shorts and flare pants, and celebrities such as Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot and Nancy Sinatra made it fashionable.

Classic styles never disappear, you can relive them.

In the early 60s, young people in London took notice of the Italian-style suits they were in the cinema. With an impeccable vision, the Carnaby Street tailors modeled the style.

As a result the distinctive Mod suit was born: a slim fit three button short jacket with narrow lapels and three pockets, one of them being the "ticket pocket" used to store the tickets to the shows. This jacket is complemented by a pair of straight leg trousers.

While keeping the original pattern we have adapted the traditional tailoring processes to modern times. We offer a selection of tailor made UK-LOOK and Adam of London suits, sown by expert tailors.

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