Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations (Vogue.com UK)http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded=j1-beoxg9Ok

Vivienne Westwood Explains Why She Turned To Punk

Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations By Adolfo Vásquez Rocca

Vivienne Westwood dressed in a typical 70s punk outfit including tartan and straps with her friend in leather and studs.

punk Vivienne Westwood dressed in a typical punk outfit including tartan and straps with her friend in leather and studs.

London Punks in the 70s and 80s

Portraits of the London Punk Movement of the 1970s and ’80s

Vivienne Westwood. Punk Rock Duenna. Example of slogan t-shirts of the time with symbols and distressing.

Sub Cultures – Influencing The World of Fashion

[Sid Vicious, bassist for the Sex Pistols, and girlfriend Nancy Spungen] The swastika is a clear example of #appropriation within the punk subculture. According to Hebdige, punks were typically unsympathetic to parties of the extreme right (116). In fact, punk subculture grew out of an "antithetical response to the reemergence of racism in the mid-70's,"

Sid Vicious + Nancy Spungen - This was such an intriguing story. I went through my punk music listening phase like many others but this story was so .

vintage everyday: 39 Photographs Capture the Strangeness of London Nightlife From Between the 1970s and 1990s

Punk, Photo: Derek Ridgers ant music for ant people! obviously a adam and the ants fan.

Soo Catwoman at Damned gig with Rat Scabies 1976 London

Punk icon Soo Catwoman and Rat Scabies at a show for the Damned in London,

Two girls in Boy, Kings Road, London, 1977 I think this captures the beginning of tabloid punk, when the scene exploded overground. Before, the first punks were making their clothes at home using safety pins and zips and whatever to create a look. Then, suddenly you could go to certain shops and buy that look off the peg. It became less about your individual creativity and more about a collective identity. All in the space of about a year

The Punk photographs of Sheila Rock – in pictures

Two girls in Boy, Kings Road, London, 1977 The beginning of punk

Portraits of Punk Rockers in the Late 1970s

punks - Jim Jocoy, "We're Desperate: The Punk Rock Photography of Jim Jocoy, SF/LA

David a doppelganger Girls Will Be Girls: The Women at the Birth of Punk - Punk London 1977

Girls Will Be Girls: The Women at the Birth of Punk

The Roxy, Photo by Derek Ridgers, courtesy of Carpet Bombing Culture.

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