Don't bother looking in the stores, because this midcentury-style Oyster furniture range at Urban Outfitters is an online exclusive.
Great news today, Fab has finally launched its UK online store (as opposed to a European one). Even better, they have some great deals for the UK launch, including these discounted Lego storage solutions.
If you are after some classic sportswear, the Adidas Store online sale has plenty of bargains if you hunt around.
Beckenbauers, London, Samba, SL 72, Gazelle 2 and Stan Smith for example, as well as classic men's sweatshirts and t-shirts, airline bags, tracktops and the Vespa range.
The Adidas London above seem the best buy though. Once sought-after, you can secure a pair in just about any size for just £27 in either the red or green variations. Get 'em while you can as they'll not hang around.
Find out more at the Adidas online store website
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The world of vintage cycling seems to be a rapidly growing one right now, with Cambridge-based Beg Bicycles being the latest to enter the fray.
The company claims to mix retro charm with the latest modern components – chrome handlebars, a posture-perfect steel frame, classic Brooks leather saddle, leather handle grips and a retro colour palette (Persephone Pink, Toad Grey and Flirty 30s Green) mix it with high quality bicycle components for the integrated hub gears and roller brakes, with a built-in hub-powered dynamo light system topping things off.
It was the first of the classic cars to get a modern makeover, but with both the Mini and Fiat 500 overtaking it of late, 2011 is perhaps a good time for an all-new Volkswagen Beetle to launch.
According to Car magazine, which has a clutch of spy shots (you can see more over the page), the all-new Beetle will be unveiled around April/May, with the images shown being the latest test model. It might still change a little before it hits the showroom (with regard to the wheel arches in particular, which are still based on the current model), but this is almost the finished item.
Last year, we reported how the classic 1960s Gonks were remade in limited numbers by Beas Beastlies. Well, just in time for Christmas, the Gonks are back – and this time you can buy them online.
Based on the Gonks seen in that 60s cult classic, Gonks Go Beat, they are once again being made in limited quantities by hand and using vintage fabrics to offer a very unique twist. Indeed, they even have their own names.
The one above is called Stan, the one over the page is called George, but check out the site for the full range of names and designs. All are about 18 cm tall. and 15cm wide (not including arms) and sell for £35 each.