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Gabicci Vintage

Gabicci Vintage Video 30/04/2021
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Neil Primett Talks To Simon Parr From Gabicci Vintage

In this latest video, Neil Primett has a chat with Simon Parr from Gabicci Vintage about the latest offerings from the British heritage label. Founded in 1973 by Jack Sofier and Alex Pyser who both had a mutual love for Italian designer style, Gabicci was all about smart casual polo shirts & knitwear with inspiration from the dons of menswear themselves. The iconic G logo captured the hearts of the Soul music movement of the 1970s with the Northern Soul scene and the Soul Boys in the late 1970s. From... Read More

Gabicci Knitwear Soul Music 10/04/2021
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Get In The Groove With These Latest Gabicci Knits

Our latest selection of Gabicci knitwear makes you want to get in the groove to some Gloria Jones in classic Soul Boy style. What’s the point of something if it doesn’t have soul? From the original Northern Soul scene in the late 1960s, to the Soul Boys of the late 1970s, to classic Soul songs from the likes of Gloria Jones & Glen McCrae, there’s just something feel good about the whole Soul scene. A British brand that has Soul music running through its cotton veins is Gabicci. Founded in... Read More

Gabicci Knits 01/03/2020
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Gabicci Knits & Polos: One For The Soul Boys

Gabicci knitwear was a classic soul boy style which crossed over into the original casual scene. Gabicci was originally started back in 1973 by Jack Sofier and Alex Pyser after a visit to the Italian town of Gabicce Mare, located in the picturesque Province of Pesaro and Urbino. The original Gabicci style was smart, and casual at the same time, looking to Italian menswear style for its main inspiration. The iconic G logo captured the hearts of the soul movement of the 1970s with Northern Soul in the North of... Read More

gabicci knitwear 06/11/2019
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Smart Dressers: The Smarter Side Of Casual

The festive period is a great time to switch up the sportswear for the smarter side of casual with Gabicci knitwear and desert boots. The serious dressers out there should be familiar with the smarter side of casual, or smart dressing as we like to call it here at 80s Casual Classics. If you aren’t familiar with the term then you’re probably thinking what’s so smart about wearing a Sergio Tacchini track top? Well, smart dressing strictly leaves the sportswear at home with influences from the original soul boys, the... Read More

Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels 11/09/2019
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Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels: 21 Years Of Gangsters, Gambling & Antique Guns

2019 marks the 21st anniversary of Guy Ritchie’s cult British gangster flick ‘Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels’. It’s hard to believe its 21 years since the likes of ‘Hatchet’ Harry, Barry The Baptist, Rory Breaker and Nick the Greek brought us a new wave of British gangster film to the big screen. Guy Ritchie’s tongue ‘n’ cheek cult crime classic brought about the next generation of British gangster films after the likes of ‘Get Carter’ from 1971 and ‘The Long Good Friday’ from 1980. The London underworld was captured... Read More

Northern Soul Ben Sherman Button Down Shirts 24/04/2019
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Keep The Faith: All Nighters, Gabicci Polo Shirts & Ben Sherman Shirts

Button Down Ben Sherman Shirts were just one of the many styles worn during the Northern Soul subculture heydays in the UK. Some say the Acid House scene started in the North whilst others claim its origins in the UK were in electronic clubs in London. However, one thing is for sure is that Northern Soul was predominantly a Northern thing, well to start with anyway. As 60s mod culture began to turn to ‘Free Love’ and more psychedelic sounds the Northern mods of the era preferred to stick with... Read More

gabicci vintage the firm 26/05/2018

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... Read More