British Design Classics


British design classics is a fascinating online British store that provides you with the world’s most fascinating creative designs and bests that this century can ever think of or produce. Their large group of experts and their specialties alongside their commitment make British design classics one the world most soothed stores. Unlike other stores that have restrictions for deliveries and operations, British design classics have little or no restrictions hence make them available anywhere and you can easily use their service without qualms. Guess what!!! Due to piracy and other dubious acts, British design classics supported by British royal mail have issued a set of 10 stamps to distinguish their products from others and also to celebrate their success over the past years.

British design classics is one of the most innovative online British platforms with over millions of customers over the world. Check out Darlings of Chelsea reviews for more about them and how you can make use of their services.


Here are some of the topmost soothed products by British design classics!


  1. The revolutionary small car Designed by Sir Alec Issigonis. The revolutionary small car remained in production until 2000 and is the most popular British designed and built car ever. Not only that but its stylish design made it a hit with the trendsetters of the swinging sixties with everyone from John Lennon and Marianne Faithfull to Peter Sellers and Steve McQueen owning one. This particular design is still available and has been duplicated by other design stores but none can beat that of Sir Alec Issigonis though it has been improved greatly.
  2. The 1st Class Super marine Spitfire. The superlative Battle of Britain fighter with its distinctive elliptical wings was designed by R J Mitchell who sadly died before the plane went into production. Even after his death, the design survived many battles and years and was most soothed at a time.
  3. The 1st Class Large Mini Skirt. Mary Quant rewrote the fashion rules for women forever with her daring design. To date, high-end fashions upcoming designers took after this innovation and have earned a lot of credit and reputation.
  4. The 1st Class Mini by Sir Alec Issigonis made use of every available space in the small car that was as much a fashion statement as a means of transport. Great idea right??
  5. The 1st Class Concorde. Aerospatiale and BAC’s supersonic jet was capable of twice the speed of sound and beautiful to look at too.
  6. The 1st Class Polypropylene Chair. Found in public buildings throughout the world, almost everyone will have sat on a Robin Day chair at some time like the chesterfield sofa


  1. The 1st Class Penguin Books. Edward Young’s book jacket design was instantly recognizable as a Penguin edition.
  2. The 1st Class London Underground Map Harry Beck’s easy to understand design was based on an electrical wiring diagram.
  3. The 1st Class Route master Bus. Once a symbol of London to visitors from all over the world now only a few of Douglas Scott and Colin Curtis remain on London’s streets.

All of these designs are still in use, though modified but props to British design classics.

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