60s - 19/22 - The Vintage Guide To London
A brilliant newsreel on London fashion in 1967 – take a look at ‘what gear the cats are wearing’ and where on Carnaby Street and Kings Road Swinging Londoners used to shop.
Every 3rd Friday of the month, Tomas McGrath and Ethan Saunders are bringing a night of Sixties sound to Euston. Their Pork & Beans club night features guest DJs playing late Sixties soul and a bit of Northern/Crossover/Funk in the bar area with Tomas and Ethan playing their favourite club soul and mod jazz in the basement.
Monthly club night Roadblock aims to recreate the sound of an original Sixties mod club with a mix of soul, beat and a bit of Latin and ska.
Arch 389 is a new vintage interiors shop, tucked away in an old Victorian railway arch, a stone’s throw from London Fields in Hackney.
The shop stocks unique pieces of retro and vintage furniture and other one-off objects of desire …
Suck and Chew on East London’s Columbia Road has got to be a real treat for anyone with a sweet tooth. From its candy-coloured shop front to the many old-fashioned treats displayed all around, the shop is a multicoloured wonderland of nostalgic sweeties: if you like cola cubes, rhubarb and custards and handmade organic truffles then you’ll be in heaven.
Drink, Shop & Do is a design shop and café bar just around the corner from King’s Cross station selling products from emerging designers alongside vintage furniture and home wares.