Men’s File is a magazine obsessed with heritage clothing- ie anything that has a placket, bell or whistle inspired by, or reclaiming, the fashion of days of yore. They bring their encyclopaedic knowledge of old fangled menswear along with their exceedingly good taste, to retail today with the opening of a pop-up store at 47 Lamb’s Conduit Street. You have just two weeks to slip on a Lewis Leather jacket (as worn by Steve McQueen), have a little scoot around on a 1978 skateboard signed by Tony Alva, or indulge in denim Americana through the ages. Look out for glorious retro cycling apparel from online cycle store The Curator too, as well as prints and knick knacks all selected by eminently tasteful magazine founder Nick Clements. Katie Dailey
For info, see mensfile.com.