This last Bank Holiday I was lucky enough to be in lovely sunny Cornwall.
A fitting location, I thought that I would take some photos of my Worlds End towel to show you along with the beaches, holiday makers & of course the surf.
Making their first appearance in the Pirate collection on the 31st March 1981 at the Pillar Hall in Olympia, London, the eponymous Pirate Boot has been a long-time favourite, exclusive only at Worlds End Shop.
Based on a Biker Boot & coming in many different prints over the years, there are 6 versions available in the shop today. Three different colours in the Squiggle Print, a shiny black, a swede ‘cement’ grey & a new ‘fluffy’ desert yellow version in a very rough (& warm) swede.
Popular with the A-List the boots were first introduced to the public by the band Bow Wow Wow.
They can be worn pulled up high or pushed down low & one can experiment with the 5 straps on each boot.
New to to Ben’s range in Worlds End Shop is the Dix scarf.
Made in 100% cotton the black on black Shemagh scarf is over printed with German artist Otto Dix’s ‘Stormtroopers Advancing under Gas’ from 1924.
I have added to the message of Dix’s painting by the addition of the wordplay ‘Man MADE Hell’…Which is the simple explanation for Hell. Nothing to do with after death at all.
The scarf also comes in Khaki which is a bit smaller.
The first appearance of the John Bull hat was on the head of Patsy Kensit in the 1987 AW Harris Tweed catwalk show at Olympia in London.
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