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The Most - Come And Be One Of The Faces
Website The Most
Details "The Most" style is based on the fashions of the Mod era, starting with the look and the music of 1960's Carnaby Street, London.

We will take you on the journey of Mod, recreating the authentic look and the sound of a 1960's beat band, dressed in clothes and style of the era, playing hits from bands such as, The Kinks, Small Faces, The Who, Yardbirds, The Rolling Stones, The Birds, to name but a few, and with some Northern Soul classics thrown in, all are played with the energy and enthusiasm as close to the originals. Then, we go to the '79' Revival, with the look and music from The Jam, Undertones, and Secret Affair with the driving sound of Maximum Beat and Rhythm.

The Most have had the pleasure of playing for many venues and Scooter Clubs and Rallies across the UK, including The Overlanders SC Northern Ireland, Stanford Parkas SC, Sid James SC, Haverhill SC Mersea Island Scooter Rally, and such venues as Piccadilly Blues Club, Soho, Ace Cafe London, Small Faces Convention 2010,The Garage Highbury, The Rocket, London, Rock 'n' Soul Weekender, Basfest, Chinnerys Southend, Riga Music Bar, Thameside Theatre to name a few, and have played on Gateway Fm. Plus many clubs pubs and Festivals.

With the authentic sound of Jangling Rickenbackers, the beating of the drums, Boating Blazers, Ben Sherman's, Bowling Shoes and  tonic Suits, can only mean one thing, The Most taking you on a journey of Mod, from 1960's to the '79' Revival, with all members of 'The  Most' having a wealth of musical experience giving you the best performance every time they play.

"So Come And Be One Of The Faces"

Mob: 07939 577 998
mickfinch1968@blueyonder.co.uk

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Carnaby Street
Website Carnaby Street
Details The most famous fashion and clothing district in the world.
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Ace Face Clothing Company - Putting tonic back onto the fashion map
Website Ace Face 
Details If you've always wanted a tonic suit, then you've come to the right place. Originally worn by 60's Mods, tonic made a revival during the late 70s when bands such as The Beat and The Specials burst on to the scene with Ska.  For those of a 'certain age', who can forget the excitement of heading to Carnaby Street to get your first tonic suit?  The contrasting colours & shimmer of tonic made the wearer stand out from the crowd; it was smart and individual.  Ace Face is now giving tonic the renaissance it deserves.

Whilst so called 'tonic' is out there, we've checked out the competition and it just isn't what we at Ace Face call the real deal. Our tonic is 100% authentic and 100% made in Britain.

We offer a range in a wonderfully luxurious pure mohair and wool 3-ply cloth. None of our 3-ply cloths have any man made materials in their composition.

We also make suits in other cloths such as Prince of Wales, dog tooth and so on, so if you want a different suit cloth, we can make one for you.

Got a question or comment? Telephone 01342 835447

Lowlands Farm house,
Eastbourne Road,
Newchapel,
Surrey.
RH7 6LF

info@acefaceclothingcompany.com

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John Simons Est. 1955 - the leading figure in promoting Ivy League culture
Website John Simons 
Details John Simons, whose legendary Ivy Shop opened in the late summer haze of 1964 selling the best selection of imported American clothing in London, is generally considered to be the leading figure in promoting Ivy League culture.

The new John Simons Store, situated at 46 Chiltern Street (a short stroll from Marylebone High Street), represents all that is unique about the John Simons ethos, bringing together his lifelong passions for art, design, Modern Jazz and quality menswear, into a new and vibrant configuration.

John Simons Est. 1955
46 Chiltern Street, London W1U 7QR

Tuesday to Saturday: 11am to 6pm Sunday and Monday closed

Tel: +44(0)20 3490 2729
info@johnsimons.co.uk

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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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Scoots, Suits and Boots
Website Scoots, Suits and Boots
Details Scoots, Suits and Boots, brings together the best in Mod Clothing, Retro clothing and the most stylish range of scooter clothing on the market. Their inspiration is the melting pot of styles, cultures, music and ideals that makes the current worldwide scootering scene so vibrant, whilst at the same time managing to stay somewhat subversive and underground.

Scoots, Suits and Boots Ltd
1 Chapelway Gardens
Royton
Oldham
OL2 6UQ

0161 633 5714

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Private Guided Tours Of London In Classic Minis smallcarBIGCITY
Website smallcarBIGCITY
Details Robert Welch was given a bright red Mini Cooper for his 17th Birthday and began a relationship that was to take him from student to entrepreneur. Upon driving round London throughout his time at university, Robert noticed hundreds of tourists stopping to take photos of his little car. Robert dreamt of one day running a tour company that only used a fleet of classic Minis to take tourists round London.

Despite identifying a potential niche in the market, Robert wanted to cut his teeth in the City of London. Little did he know, his dream was far closer than he would have ever thought due to the economic instability at the time. Securing
a job in the financial industry in June 2008 was virtually impossible due to the recessive economic climate at the time.

It wasn't until a fateful interview for a less than desirable sales job that he met Oliver Knight. Oliver also happened to own a classic Mini Cooper and had also noticed the attention they created in London. It was not long before the
two budding entrepreneurs were creating business plans and pitching for investment towards the very banks they were applying for jobs in only months before.

Since then things have been moving thick and fast buying Minis, setting up the website, obtaining the required licences, acquiring premises and staff, the list was endless! Despite the worsening economic constraints, 2009 was the best
possible time to launch a new business in the tourist industry; the appreciation of foreign currencies lead to a boom in visits to the capital. smallcarBIGCITY were able to go from 864th position on Trip Advisor's list of London's
attractions, all the way to 3rd within 6 months!

- Royal London 0.5hr
- The A-List Tour 1hr
- The Italian Job 1.5hrs
- A Bridge Too Far 2hrs
- The Great Escape 3hrs
- Special Seasonal Tours


Phone: +44 2075 850 399
Email: info@smallcarBIGCITY.com

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www.retrosellers.com

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