Short of a jacket for summer? We are giving away just the thing – a Griffin x Baracuta G9 Harrington jacket.
If you've not encountered Griffin before, the company collaborates with classic brands to produce new versions of classic designs – like the Harrington G9 – with new detailing and joint branding, but essentially the same, slim-fitting G9 jacket that's been a winner for decades.
Prices for the limited edition jackets (just 50 are made) start at £145, but we're giving one away. Just head on over to the competition page at our Modculture site. Good luck!
Enter the Griffin x Baracuta Harrington competition at Modculture
Summer is on its way, so it's the perfect time to grab a short-sleeved shirt. Or you can win one with us, specifically a Brutus Trimfit shirt.
You can have any size you like if you are one of the two winners, but here's the interesting bit – you will also have the option of taking one of only two XL-sized shirts in existence. The XL size has never gone into production, so it's something money really cannot buy.
The competition is now up on our Modculture site, so get a move on if you want your name in the hat. Good luck!
Brutus Trimfit shirt competition at Modculture
Over on our Modculture site, we recently ran a feature on the new season John Smedley knitwear range, a feature that went down so well with John Smedley that it offered us all the items we highlighted to give away in a competition.
Which all adds up to a very special competition prize. If you want the breakdown, the retail prices are £112 for the Leander top, £132 for the Orion, £102 for the Deneb, the Isis at £107 and the Sirius cardigan comes in at £142. That's a total prize value of a whopping £595.
All you have to do to get your name in the draw to win it is to enter at the competition page over at Modculture. We're only running this for two weeks, so don't hang around.
John Smedley knitwear competition at Modculture
They were essential wear from the 1920 to the 1950s and were worn by hipster in the – now you can get yourself a Tootal scarf for absolutely nothing.
How? Well, you'll need to enter our competition and if you're successful, you'll get one of three of the latest designs, new out for spring/summer 2010.
Interested? Well, head over to our Modculture site (where the competition is being hosted) to get your name in the draw. Good luck!
Tootal scarves competition at Modculture
Over at our Cinedelica site, we have just reviewed the DVD reissue of Spring and Port Wine. But not content with that, we're also giving away five copies of this kitchensink classic.
If you've not seen the movie before, you might not know it was written by Bill Naughton (who was also responsible for Alfie and The Family Way) and set in Bolton in the late 60s. Essentially it's the tale of the Crompton family, headed up by Rafe (James Mason), an old-fashioned father with old-fashioned values. But when his teenage family start to question those values, it threatens to split the family apart.
A movie every fan of classic British cinema should see, you can get your name in the draw to win one over at our Modculture site. Good luck!
Enter the Spring and Port Wine competition at Modculture
We featured this last week and now we are offering three copies of the David Bailey on Warhol DVD as prizes in our latest competition.
If you missed it, this is the 1973 documentary Bailey did on Warhol, exploring his art work and film works, throwing in candid discussions revolving around sexuality, Warhol’s life at The Factory and his experience of being shot. It was banned initially, but did eventually get a showing after a high profile legal case.
The DVD, which also features documentaries on Cecil Beaton and Luchino Visconti, is available from 18th January 2010 or you can try and win one now in our competition, which is hosted on our Modculture site. Good luck!
Enter the David Bailey on Warhol DVD competition at Modculture