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.
Doug Hadgraft speaks to Steve Barrow – original 1960s mod, reggae authority and founder of the Blood and Fire label about mod in the 1960s and the Jamaican music scene.
Currently one of Paul Weller’s favourite labels, we talk to Diederik Degryse of vintage cycling brand and current mod favourite Magliamo.
With the book about to hit the shelves, I caught up with Eddie Piller and Steve Rowland to talk Modzines, the revival years and future projects.
From the mod circuit to more overground success, band break and eventual solo career. Mark Raison talks to Tara Milton of Five Thirty.
Heritage shirtmaker Mikkel Rude has also moved into both knitwear and footwear of late. I asked him about his past, the present and to see what the future holds.
Some years after our last chat, Claire Mahoney catches up with Steve Ellis to talk about the past and the more importantly the present and his new Boom! Bang! Twang! album with Paul Weller.
Ex-Saturday Boy at John Simons’ Ivy Shop, Ivy League menswear consultant and proprietor of Smoking Cat Vintage menswear, Jimmy Frost Mellor is a man to talk Ivy with.