Shopping — 18 January 2012
Men’s File pop-up store proves that yesteryear’s style is still very, very cool

Those celebrants of vintage fashion, Men’s File magazine, have set up shop in WC1 –  but you’d better hurry as it won’t be there long.

Whilst the 80s may well be the mode du jour, this pop-up clothes shop from an altogether different era will have us pressed longingly against its windows over the coming fortnight.

Heritage, in Bloomsbury’s Lamb Conduit Street, is a rare chance for the public to get a closer look at the iconic clothing styles normally found within the retro magazine.

The team at Men’s File have selected some of their favourite items from amongst the various heritage brands that regularly grace the magazine’s pages.

The theme of the clothes on show is undeniably Americana, but no one era is singled out.

Styles range from sporting outfits of the 1920s, through to the iconic apparel associated with petrolheads such as James Dean and Steve McQueen in the 50s and 60s.

Men’s File founder Nick Clements is clearly a man determined to celebrate and revive the most iconic styles of these bygone eras.

The result of this obsession is that London’s men now have little excuse not to cut a very stylish dash about town.

Heritage is scheduled to be open until the end of the month. We’ll see you there.

Heritage Pop-up shop
Until the end of January

47 Lamb Conduit Street

Underground: Russell Square
Cost: Free


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