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

from the Video *Strange Little Girl* (The Stranglers)

from the Video *Strange Little Girl* (The Stranglers)

"...To me, punk was an attitude, a life style, that changed everything in the UK."  “The up coming Punk show at the Metropolitan Museum has inspired New York Magazine to interview me about my experiences back in the seventies London punk days Punk brought an anti-establishment raw freshness to music, art and style. It was about change, the idea that people should question authority and do it for t...

"...To me, punk was an attitude, a life style, that changed everything in the UK." “The up coming Punk show at the Metropolitan Museum has inspired New York Magazine to interview me about my experiences back in the seventies London punk days Punk brought an anti-establishment raw freshness to music, art and style. It was about change, the idea that people should question authority and do it for t...

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Boy George

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Derek Ridgers: 78-87 London Youth

Punk—A style that began as London street fashion.  They strove to dramatize their alienation through their garb by wearing messy, baggy, ripped clothing.

Punk—A style that began as London street fashion. They strove to dramatize their alienation through their garb by wearing messy, baggy, ripped clothing.

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