Don’t Stop The Music: Classic Cuts & Soulful Style From Gabicci Vintage
From the iconic nightclub scene from ‘The Firm’ to the original London dressers, we’ve got a massive collection of timeless classics from Gabicci Vintage.
First introduced in the 1970s, it was brands like Gabicci that would go on to become one of the original brands associated with the early casual scene. From the original dressers of London, the rude boys and the rastas, the British brand connected with a new wave of style seekers with Italian inspiration and a smarter ‘casual’ look. The brands iconic ‘G’ emblem became synonymous with the 80s two tone movement and the likes of The Specials with a distinct Jamaican vibe from sharp tailored fits to premium fabrics. The original Gabicci look was cool, casual and classic, with button down collar polo shirts and cardigans equipped with a certain Italian aesthetic, a style which is now largely associated with the original dressers of the era as well as a new generation of Gabicci Vintage admirers.
Above: Dom (Calum McNab) sporting a Gabicci cardigan in the nightclub scene from the The Firm 2009.
After featuring heavily in Nick Love’s ‘The Firm’ released in 2009 alongside other notable casual brands of the era, the Gabicci brand was revived with Gabicci Vintage. The classic look was brought back to life looking back to the original cuts and silhouettes from the 1980s for design inspiration. We’ve got a massive selection of the latest Gabicci Vintage range with a collection of cool summer polo shirts for that all time smarter dressers look.
Our selection of Gabicci polo shirts feature names taken from England football legends like Gary Linekar, with classic colours like mustard and surf blue with knitted fabrics for that original Gabicci dressers look. Each piece is finished off with the iconic ‘G’ emblem to the chest with an assortment of sizes and styles available going all the way up to 3XL.