Mods Rock!

The Mod youth culture movement of the mid sixties fueled a fashion revolution whose cultural and style impact is as strong today as ever.

London Calling: The Mod’s love of tailored suits and R&B music set the stage for the “British  Invasion” of the sixties which changed our culture forever.

Pattern “Femme Fatale”

 

The Who

 

Mod-ernism: Clean lines, bold color and abstraction are signatures of Mod stylings.

Pattern: “Piet” by Ashford Whites collection

 

Modrian’s iconic abstract inspired Yves St Laurent in 1966

 

Black & White a Go-Go: Stripes and Op Art geometrics then and now.

Edie Sedgwick

 

“Origami” pattern from York Wallcoverings Risky Business II Collection

 

Bold style and innovation are the first sign of cultural change. From suburban ranch to urban loft, open floor-plan to tiny house living, and cost cutting to custom; welcome to the new Modern.

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