Sunday, 12 October 2014

Baracuta for Autumn/Winter 2014 - in stock now





Baracuta's new collection for Autumn and Winter 2015 is arriving now, and looks to be one of the best yet! 

The original Harrington Jacket draws on it's British rainwear heritage this season with new colour ways and new styles in trench coats, parkas and of course the Harrington Jacket. 

The new colletion is available online here, but you can also check below for a quick preview of some of the key styles. 








Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Up&Atom - Issue 4 - Out Now!



Issue 4 of Up&Atom is out today! Out now and free with all orders of clothing and/or shoes!
The fab new issue features:


  • Atom is 10! October 2014 is the 10th anniversary of Atom Retro. We celebrate with a chat with Atom Retro's founder, a timeline of Atom history... oh, and a new retail shop has just opened in Malton, North Yorkshire! 
  • One Step Beyond: Atom Retro & Madcap England team up with artist John Sims (AKA Teflon) who designed the iconic 'Nutty Dancer' Ska man, in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. 
  • Ready Steady Go! With DJ, presenter and actress Jacqui Carroll. 
  • A Pocket Full Of Pretty Green: Interview with Pretty Green's head of wholesale, Dean West. 
  • Pretty Green arrives at Atom Retro - our guide to your essential wardrobe. 
  • Whitey on Drums! Interview with Steve White, drummer for The Style Council among many other things. 
  • Down at The Cavern Club: Interview with Nick Robinson, the Cavern's merchandise manager and a resident Cave Dweller. 
  • Mr Cool's Dream: Author Iain Munn gives us the low down on his book, described by Paul Weller as 'The last word on The Style Council.'
  • A Pint With... actor Michael Smiley, who you might have caught in films The Worlds End, Svengali or as Tyres in Spaced.
  • Lois: Interview with indie rock band, Lois about their new album, The Polperro Horse Bus Company.
Want to get your mitts on a copy? Simply place an order at www.atomretro.com! Up&Atom is free with all orders of clothing and/or shoes, until stocks run out. (Some of the articles will also be featured on the Up&Atom blog - right here!)