If there’s one thing we’re proper buzzing off at the moment it’s a bit of native American patterning..
We have to take our titfers off to the witty chaps down at Duffer, for their latest photo- shoot they’ve done something of a British parody of the vintage preppy look..
The collaboration between London store The Hideout and Americana/workwear brand Dickies seeks to take the classic ethos of Dickies and mould it into something with a more contemporary angle, all the while keeping the essence of Dickies. It’s a great selection of basics and is brilliantly priced. Little or no branding too, for those of you who like to go about your business without showing off who makes your clothes.
Back in January the Proper Magazine bandwagon limped into London and our first port of call was a certain cool complex near to Russell Square.
Within this impressive building the 6876 studio exists.
Who’d have thought it, eh? 21 years since the first summer of love gave us acid house and put rhythmic 4/4 music from Chicago onto the nation’s dancefloors (with a little bit of Ibizan europop chucked in for good measure).