[Bear in mind that this is ongoing, so if anyone desperately wants to add anything for consideration, especially anything I've stupidly left out, leave it in the comments]
- Pretty Green
Liam Gallagher's brand. Stop off here for the more rock 'n' roll, Madchester side of the Mod clothing spectrum. Parkas and paisley inside.
After all these years, still the best place for the best fitting jeans.
- Ben Sherman
Stock a whole range of goods from ties to suits, but specialise in the classic, button-down shirt. The Shirt Bar is a feast for the eyes.
- Dr Martens
Does what it says on the tin. The original skinhead boots (and shoes) of all colours and sizes.
- El Ganso
A new one for me. A Portuguese wildcard of multicoloured shirts, trousers and blazers all under an Ivy League rather than strictly Mod code, but striking styles nevertheless .
The scootermaker-gone-tailor. I've not visited often but I bought some strong blue desert boots and a bag very recently.
- Peckham Rye
Strictly speaking a tie-maker, but they have a glorious collection of paisley and polka dot silk scarves.
It's the high street shoe shop. But I've bought more than one pair of winklepickers from here.
Eminent and prestigious purveyor of Harringtons. If you've got a bit to spend on a bomber, get down here and get yourself a real one.
- Fred Perry
Again, speaks for itself. In recent months, they've bust out of their mainstream funk and have started doing more creative stuff. Well worth a visit.