The Cult Store is a store that offers a range of clothing, accessories, and other items.
It is known for its over-the-top style and college-inspired style.
The Cult Store was founded in the UK by Oxford graduates who wanted to create their own version of the Oxbridge look.
They found that they could not find clothes that were unique enough to be used as an Oxford uniform.
So they decided to create their own style of clothing and accessories instead.
The store has since expanded into many different countries around the world with locations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
The Cult Store is a go-to place for those who want to be seen as unique individuals with their own personal style and flair.
With so many choices ranging from bold prints to quirky colors, the store.
Tweed jackets with soft shoulders, Shetland crewneck sweaters, button-down shirts, chinos, and loafers with white socks.
Since its inception at the turn of the twentieth century, the underpinnings of the Ivy League style have remained relatively unchanged.
It was first worn by affluent East Coast American students who wanted apparel that could carry them from the lecture hall to the sports field,
And was later adopted by John F Kennedy, Steve McQueen, and jazz musicians like Miles Davis when they crossed the Atlantic to Britain in the 1960s.
John Simons, whose Chiltern Street store is still one of the most famous suppliers of the aesthetic, was responsible for creating the British Ivy look.
More modish, with three-button jackets and gingham check. It recently collaborated with Paul Weller, a long-time customer, to create a new, in-demand series of Shetland jumpers.
Simons, who was born in Hackney to a family of tailors, worked as a window dresser in the West End before starting.
The Ivy Shop in green Richmond on Thames in 1964.
He made his name with well-curated rails of legitimate American stock and handwritten cards describing its origins,
While the nickname “Harrington” he gave to bomber-style tartan-lined jackets.
After the character Rodney Harrington from the soap opera Peyton Place.
Became the de facto term (he still sells his version for £350).
In the 1980s, his cult following allowed him to open on his own name in Covent Garden, and in 2011,
He relocated to his current location in Marylebone.
Inside, mannequins display new and vintage apparel with handwritten cards still attached.
The majority of the goods were supplied from the United States in the past,
But while the shop still offers other companies, it now produces many of the garments under its own label.
The walls are lined with classic black calf-leather loafers (£320) and brass-buckled bridle leather belts (£120),
As well as house-designed tweed long coats in black and ivory herringbone (£650),
Long corduroy overcoats in soft green (£495), and high-rise mottled brown herringbone tweed wool trousers (£179).
The Weller collaboration can only be found on the internet.)
“Our best-selling items are our Ivy Oxford cotton button-down shirts and our distinctive Overcoat, which is based on a style John wore in the 1960s,”
Paul Simons, John’s son.
Adapting and appropriating new features such as outerwear (which American kids would not have worn in school),
Silk scarves, and paneled flat hats, the hallmark look varies as much as it deals in classics.
“This is Ivy from the United Kingdom. No one else does it with the same level of realism as John Simons does,” Paul says.