60’s Fashion Trend: Mother of Modern Fashion Trends
Like pop music, fashion went through a revolution in the 60's. The 60’s was the time of experimentation with various styles and dresses to find new designs from old patterns. This was a time, which saw the birth of various subcultures. First were the Rockers with their leather jackets and motorbikes, then the ultra…
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The Mod Revival
At the start of 1979 few people in my age bracket would have even heard of Mods. But by the end of that year everyone was aware of exactly what a Mod was. A full scale Mod revival had burst on to the youth scene in Britain, and although it had its roots in 1978, it was certainly 1979 that was the year of the Mod revival.
Theme of the Week #3 – Mods & Scooterists
Following on from the 'New Faces' short film by Dean Chalkley, we thought it would be a good time to showcase more Mod & Scooterist images from the 1960s to the present. You can view the New Faces film here Read all about the Mod subculture in PYMCA Cultural Research
Interview: Doug Hadgraft meets Steve Barrow - Modculture
Doug Hadgraft speaks to original 1960s mod, reggae authority and founder of the Blood and Fire label Steve Barrow about mods and the Jamaican music scene.
JACK THAT CAT WAS CLEAN
Life International July 27 1964 Restless, ‘Rich’ and Bored, British Youth Reflects a Widespread Problem THE ‘MODS’ vs THE ‘ROCKERS’ Thrice this year, at holiday time, segments of Britain’s youth have exploded into senseless, savage rioting, and details of Britain’s police – ready to wield their rarely used truncheons and equipped with fast cars – await with understandable concern the coming of the Bank Holiday of August 3. Comprising the mobs were « Mods » like the lads shown at the left…