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60s, English Rude Boy Skinheads: Wad'ya mean we look like something off Oliver Twist, this is our best clobber.

60s, English Rude Boy Skinheads: Wad'ya mean we look like something off Oliver Twist, this is our best clobber.

Traditional Skinhead Clothing and men or women mod clothing. These are a great Skinhead Subculture tshirts for Trad Skins, Scooter boys & scooter girls or anyone looking for Skinhead Girl Fashion / skinbyrd clothing. Bovver boy clothes for Trojan Skinheads who are looking for skinhead and ska clothing. The Rude boy

Traditional Skinhead Clothing and men or women mod clothing. These are a great Skinhead Subculture tshirts for Trad Skins, Scooter boys & scooter girls or anyone looking for Skinhead Girl Fashion / skinbyrd clothing. Bovver boy clothes for Trojan Skinheads who are looking for skinhead and ska clothing. The Rude boy

Punks, ska e hip hop: fotógrafa registrou o melhor do underground nos anos 1970 e 1980

O que hoje é registro da história à época eram simplesmente os personagens da vida e do trabalho da fotógrafa londrina Janette Beckman – que começou sua carreira no exato momento e na exata cidade do surgimento do movimento punk: Londres, na segunda metade dos anos 1970. Trabalhando para as revistas The Face e Melody […]

This photo essay of young men in mid-sixties Watts reminds me of the Mods in working class Britain. Trying to rise above their circumstances via fashion and style.

In the summer of 1965, riots broke out in the Watts neighborhood of southern Los Angeles. Over a six-day period, 34 people were killed, 1,032 injured and over 3,438 arrests were made. In 1966, LIFE magazine revisited the site of the worst riots America had ever seen in its history. The photo essay depicting the…

In the late 70s, British photographer Derek Ridgers began hanging around with the skinheads in London's Shoreditch neighborhood.

In the late 70s, British photographer Derek Ridgers began hanging around with the skinheads in London's Shoreditch neighborhood.