John Stephen The Million Pound Mod (Aqua) Low Stock
"Pop art featuring a young John Stephen modelling in one of his first print ads, surveying the empire of shops he created on Carnaby Street!"
- DescriptionYoung people didn’t want to dress or shop like their parents in dull department stores so John Stephen created individual small boutiques with different names. Shops included The Mod Male, His Clothes, Trecamp, Male W.1., Domino Male, Drugstore, The Village Store, Teenstore, as well as stores with his own name on them such as The John Stephen Trouser Bar, Girls Shop, and Mans Shop. He also established a factory in Glasgow to keep up with the demand for his clothing in his own boutiques and across the world. He spotted trends before his customers knew what they really wanted – when he saw young men pulling their collars up and trousers down, he produced jackets with high collars and low-rise hipster strides. It was his forward-thinking that made his shops the destination for young Mods and earned him the nickname “The Million Pound Mod”, a title he played up to, parking his Rolls Royce outside his shops.
- Edition sizeOpen edition
- Paper310gsm fine art archival matte paper
- ExtrasMade using pigment inks
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