Classic English Style is an online magazine that curates, analyses and informs about the things that define a recognisable English style, from tweeds and top hats to PVC and punks. Articles, history, news, fashion, events and reviews, plus a Shop (coming soon) where you can buy items that are Made In England and are some of the best example of English manufacturing and craftsmanship.

Photos of England in the 1920’s

Some beautiful photos of England from the 1920’s, showing everyday life around the country. They make you realise how much things have changed in the last 90...

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Dismaland Disneyland Dismaland. The well known artist, political activist, film director, and painter Banksy has created a wonderfully bleak ‘Bemusement Park’ in the English seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare, and named it Dismaland. The ‘attraction’ is a satirical...

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This Is England ’90 – Shane Meadows

This Is England '90 - Shane Meadows This Is England '90 - Shane Meadows. Great news...Shane Meadows ‘This Is England’ series is returning in September on Channel 4 (in the UK), with 'This Is England ’90’. The same set of characters (Shaun, Woody, Lol, Smell etc.) will...

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Mod Style

Interesting article, and an exhibition at Somerset House, London until 27 September 2015 (more info here). To me, Mod style continues to look sharp in 2015, although the examples from Burberry and Thom Brown aren't my taste, even though I can (just) see some Mod...

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Made In England because we're based there and we have a strong interest in promoting the best of English manufacturing. Sometimes this includes Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, as our shared histories and cultures sometimes makes it impossible not to - we love our brothers and sisters over the borders, but we choose to focus on England. Defining English Style as we aim to capture the essence of English style and possibly, over time, arrive at a clearer definition of what this means. Not at all easy, but an interesting challenge all the same.

The Ultimate English Car. The Classic Rover P5 and Rover P5B.

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