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John Broomfield
Mods    The modernist movement of the late 1950s and early 1960s was heavily influenced by Italian fashion. The increase in youth employment saw a rise in juvenile spending. The congregation of the like-minded at cafes and nightclubs fuelled an obsession with clean-cut fashions and black American R bands or British bands influenced by them, such as the Small Faces and the Who: the three-button, 14” bottom, mohair suit, fishtail parkas, Fred Perry polos, Hush Puppies, a Vespa with 20 or more…

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Brighton Mod Weekender 2013

Photos: Scooters at Brighton Mod Weekender 2013 - Modculture

We should have a few batches of these featuring on the site, but for now, here is the first selection of images from the recent Brighton Mod Weekender

Commemorating fifty years since the 1964 bank holiday riots, mods arriving in Brighton for...

Riders show off their scooters at Sixties weekend event in Brighton

The annual Mod Weekender event invites Mods back to their spiritual home of Brighton, with many riders donning their finest mod gear for the occasion.

I'm pretty sure this is '79 revival, but I love the boating blazer, so it goes in the collection!

I'm pretty sure this is '79 revival, but I love the boating blazer, so it goes in the collection!