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From the fair isle jumpers of the 60s art-school boho, through to the bone necklaces and black string vests worn by early 80s goths, changing youth fashions have come to reflect everything from class to political beliefs, as a new book illustrates. The Bag I’m In, Underground Music and Fashion in Britain 1960-1990 by Sam Knee is published by Cicada Books
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A look at Ben Sherman's new book to mark 50 years since the first brightly coloured, button-down shirt was stitched together in its Brighton factoryBen Sherman: 50 Years of British Style Culture by Josh Sims, £30, is published on 7 February