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Get Natty For Christmas

Just in time for Xmas, Mr Natty makes his last appearance of the year at Commercial St next Thursday (18th December).

Make sure you look your best on the big day and book a slot by calling (0207) 247 6254 or mailing info@albamclothing.com.

Haircut – £30

Wet Shave – £20

Beard Trim – £20

Moustache Tidy – £10

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Mr Natty Returns to Commercial Street this Saturday

With Christmas fast approaching, it is time to think about smartening yourself up for the festive period. Help is at hand as Mr. Natty’s pop up barbershop will be at our Commercial St store this Saturday from 11am.

Hair, beards, moustaches all catered for so email info@albamclothing or call (0207) 247 6254 to book a slot.

Haircut – £30

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Here Lies Love

Last Saturday one of our team went down to the newly reopened Dorfman Theatre to see the musical Here Lies Love which has recently ended its run at the Public Theatre in New York to make its way to our shores.

The show traces the journey of Imelda Marcos and her rise from small-town girl to the First Lady, and …

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Mr Natty’s Pop Up Barbershop this Saturday

Kill two birds with one stone this Saturday 15th November at our Commercial St store and get get your haircut whilst you do a spot of shopping. Mr. Natty and his pop up barbershop will be in the house from 11am ’till 6pm offering haircuts, wet shaves and beard and tash trims.

To make an appointment with Mr Natty this Saturday …

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New shirt style – the Button Down Shirt

A button down shirt is one of those items that no man should be without. Adding weight to the argument that style is permanent but trends come and go, the button down has seen decades of fashion fads whilst renaming a staple of many a well dressed mans wardrobe.

First introduced in to the US around 1900, the button down …

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Ray Pope’s Tote Masterclass

Next weekend we will be uprooting from our Nottingham & London bases for the weekend in order to set up camp at the Good Life Festival in Flintshire, North Wales. As you will know, we are taking some friends and colleagues with us who’s craft and expertise make them perfect for our Great British Craft Tent.  In our humble opinion …

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Shuffle Festival – worth sticking around for

Late July & August is usually the time when most people look to get out of the city. One festival currently taking place in London’s Mile End is one reason why you may want to stick around.

You might remember that we blogged about a winter instalment of the Shuffle Festival in February & next weekend they return for three days of …

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David Lynch – Factories

For any photography fans out there or fans of David Lynch, maker of iconic and slightly disturbing films and TV series, we highly recommend the current exhibition of his photography at the Photographers Gallery near our Beak Street store.

We’re pretty sure you will love it.

On until the 30th March. £4.

http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/the-factory-photographs

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Albam Legend: Bernd & Hilla Becher

If you like photography you’ve most likely heard of (or at least looked at) the work of Andreas Gursky; a large-format photographer, he captures seemingly mundane man-made landscapes – such as the inside of vast supermarkets – architecture and crowds. His images are full of colour, movement and humanity, in all its forms.

But this is not about Gursky. This …

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Legend: Eric Lomax

Upon returning from a recent trip abroad I read of the death of Eric Lomax and, consequently, learned of his incredible story.

Captured by the Japanese in WWII, Edinburgh-born Lomax was put to work building the Burma-Siam railway in Thailand (made infamous in the film, Bridge Over The River Kwai) and was severely tortured during his incarceration.

Lomax survived …

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