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Sherry's - If you're looking for tradition, Sherry's is the shop for you
Website Sherry's 
Details We were founded in the late sixties and quickly became a focal point for mods and skinheads. Sherry's was the only shop where you could find the right clothes. The shop has continued since those early days to serve a cult following for those who choose to ignore the whims and dictates of passing fashion, preferring a classic look.

Come and see for yourself why The Jam, Madness, The Specials, Oasis, Ocean Colour Scene, Ian Mac and many more have made Sherry's their shop of choice.

Enjoy your visit to this unique shop. Our stock has to be seen to be believed!! We have a full range of Ben Shermans, Fred Perrys, John Smedley knitwear, Lonsdale tee-shirts and authentic MA1 flight jackets.

We also stock, made by our own tailors, suits, sta-prest trousers, Harrington jackets, pork pie hats, braces, Crombies..... But why not see for yourself?

24 Ganton Street
off Carnaby Street 1
LONDON W1F 7QY

The Face
1 Marlborough Court
LONDON W1V 1PJ

Tel: 0207 - 734 - 5868

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19-60.com - Steps to worldwide Winklepicker domination
Website 19-60.com
Details Winkle Pickers were originally worn in the late 1950s by the new breed of British youngsters called rock fans. This group of young people were followers of the new rock music and developed a look of their own that included the new  pointed shoes.

Winkle pickers were popular in the early 60ís with modernists, (forerunners of the Mods). The true mod was a sharp dresser, but their era was 1963 to 64, either side of this was fashion developing. Londonís West End was where you bought your gear off the peg from the likes of Lord John, John Steven etc. Outside of London the guys would go to Burtons, John Collier Hepworths etc. to have their suits made to measure. From late 1963 winkle pickers had the toes chopped and became chisel toes. The Mods were by now wearing penny loafers and moccasin styles. Alas winkle pickers were out...

Winkle pickers again made, yet another comeback in the late 70ís and 80ís with the punks, Rockabillies and latterly with the Goths. These shoes simply will not rollover and die!

Today, Winklepickers are once again popular with certain segments of the populace. This includes some well known members of bands and celebrities, as well as the vogue Goths and Punks. The style has never disappeared completely though, as revivalists have always worn them. However it is very difficult to get true Winklepickers and any secondhand versions are like gold dust. Some very dubious versions of this cult footwear are on offer but in general are absolute crap.

Some high street chains are now turning out narrow toe shoes, but they are certainly not winkle pickers! However the modern male seems to be looking fondly at the winkle picker look ! Fortunately or unfortunately depending on your outlook on life I have now reproduced what I term the real winkle picker. I was 13 years old when they first entered my life (three years before hearing about this new group called the Beatles) the year was 1960.

I have been in the forefront of fashion all my life. (What a sad bastard I am) I have now gone back to my grass roots and reproduced winkle pickers as they should be ! This is where I came in!!!!! I must confess however I have changed  one thing and that is, these winkle pickers will not give you the same ugly mother fÖÖ toes as I have.

My winkle pickers are made in the home of footwear, Italy and anyone wearing them will be amazed at the comfort...I really cannot be responsible for crippling another generation! Robert Burnside.

Contact: Rebecca Burnside
Email: winkle.pickers@19-60.com
Telephone:+44 1993 822878

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