Our glorious capital has been treating us to some fantastic exhibition recently, from re-enacting raves to Kubrick’s priceless movie artefacts the cultural cup overfloweth. Well as if we hadn’t had enough ace things to look at the Westminster Menswear Archive have current an exhibition called ‘Invisible Men’.Opening in October the four week exhibition sets out to cover the last 120 years of predominately British menswear via a display of over 170 garments. The majority of which have never been seen on public display and which includes the full range of C.P. Company’s legendary Urban protection range. There’s a whole host of super rare pieces from a wide variety of designers as well as some more anonymous creations from the British Army, the Royal Air Force, Greater Manchester Police, the General Post Office, and even Her Majesty’s Prison Service. Click here for more info and I’ll meet you by the beekeeper.