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Trend alert – 60s mod monochrome black and white shirts, trousers and more

By Stefano on November 16th, 2012

John Smedley Docker £90

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Classic polo style shirt in super comfy Sea Island Cotton John Smedley

One of the likely big trends in women’s wear for next is year monochrome black and white.  Think Bridget Riley, op art, stripes of varying lengths, maybe a bit of dogs tooth too.

Apparently stripey op art style dresses by the likes of Marc Jac0bs are predicted  to drip on down to the High St. 

Chances are that the mod monochrome look will also have an influence on menswear too, which is good news for the heritage brands who t are always selling 60 influenced clothes. Here are few items that are likely to be (coughs) bang on trend next year.


Get The Brighton Rock Look

By Laura on February 5th, 2011

Brighton Rock out in cinemas this week was adapted from Graham Greene’s iconic 1939 novel, and charts the headlong fall of Pinkie, a razor-wielding disadvantaged teenager hell bent on clawing his way up through the ranks of organized crime. At the heart of the story is the anti-hero Pinkie’s relationship with Rose – an apparently innocent young waitress who stumbles on evidence linking Pinkie and his gang to a revenge killing that Pinkie commits. After the murder, Pinkie seduces Rose, first in an effort to find out how much she knows and latterly to ensure she will not talk to the police.

Here at Brandish, we couldn’t help but notice the great Mod fashion through out the new film. From slim wool suits, to classic belted overcoats and trenches, its a look that we hope will make a comeback.
One brand that is doing a particularly good job of reviving the looks is Ede & Ravensroft.

Ede and Ravenscroft are the oldest tailors in London, established in 1689, they have become renowned for their use of high quality fabrics and classic cuts.
Check out our favourite mod inspired looks below.

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