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Skinhead: An Archive

Youth and pop culture provocateurs since 1991. Fearless fashion, music, art, film, politics and ideas from today's bleeding edge. Declare Independence.

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Mod to Suedehead

Originally Posted by Brideshead [IMG] I'm still sorting out my pics from Venice last autumn and thought these might be worth sharing: Mrs Brideshead...

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Old Mod and Skinhead Go Shopping (Tighten Up)

Derek, was a Mod in the 1960s who became a Skinhead in the same decade. He shopped at a lot of the same places, wore the same kind of gear and rode the same kind of scooter. The music changed along with the hair and class attitude, but the Mods had been around for too long by 1968. They'd appeared at a time when a Tory government told the people that they'd never had it so good, and really got going before Christine Keeler and Mandy Rice-Davies did for the Conservatives in 1962. "I became a…

Rock Against Racism: Stunning Pictures of British Punk and Reggae Bands Using Music to Fight Fascism in the Mode Skinhead, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Skinhead Boots, Skinhead Men, Teddy Boys, Fred Perry, Dr. Martens, Black And White

how punk and reggae fought back against racism in the 70s

Syd Shelton’s photographs capture the Rock Against Racism movement that confronted racism in 70s and 80s Britain.

Angel After Dark. Top Gothic Fashion Tips To Keep You In Style. As trends change, and you age, be willing to alter your style so that you can always look your best. Consistently using good gothic fashion sense can help Mode Skinhead, Chica Skinhead, Skinhead Girl, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Skinhead Boots, Fred Perry, Dr. Martens, Attitude

Shooting skinheads: Derek Ridgers captures a cult – in pictures

Derek Ridgers spent five years photographing skinheads in Britain between 1979 and 1984, documenting the controversial youth cult of the early Thatcher years. Here are some of the striking images from his new book Skinheads

The Mod couple on the vehicle of choice. Any scooter would do, but a Vespa was THE statement. Scooters Vespa, Piaggio Vespa, Lambretta Scooter, Motor Scooters, Vespa Girl, Scooter Girl, Rockers, Youth Subcultures, Mod Scooter

Mods

Mod (from modernist) is a subculture that originated in London, England in the late 1950s and peaked in the early-to-mid 1960s.[1][2][3] Significant elements of the mod subculture include: fashion (often tailor-made suits); pop music, including African American soul, Jamaican ska, and British beat music and R&B; and Italian motor scooters. The original mod scene was also associated with amphetamine-fuelled all-night dancing at clubs.[4] From the mid-to-late 1960s onwards, the mass media…

50 Years of British Style: Skinheads in Shoreditch, London, 1979 More skinhead and ska fashion. Note that common skinhead and ska fan footwear is the Dr. Teddy Boys, Mode Skinhead, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Skinhead Boots, Skinhead Men, Mod Fashion, Fashion Mode, Fashion Shirts

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British gentlemen brand Ben Sherman is celebrating this year their 50th anniversary. In order to celebrate this achievement, Ben Sherman pays tribute to the evolution of British menswear. And the m…

Teddy Boys and hippies in London. Mode Skinhead, Skinhead Fashion, Skinhead Style, Skinhead Men, Skinhead Boots, Piccadilly Circus, Teddy Boys, Dr. Martens, Buckingham Palace

London street photography through the decades

The Museum of London's London Street Photography exhibition displays scores of candid images of everyday life through the years. Dating from approximately 1860, the pictures show a city but a city both wholly recognisable and strangely familiar.