Teddy boys. These boys were a part of subculture that like to dress similar to dandies in the Edwardian period.

Teddy Boys Subculture - A group of young boys showing off their rebellious styles and attitudes, constantly trying to attract media attention through violence and subculture clashes.

Fantastic archive pictures of Teddy Boys and girls from the & to the noughties

Photo Gallery: Tough, Stylish Teddy Girls of the 1950s

Teddy Girls, Battersea Fun Fair 1956 © Roger Mayne “ The British Teddy Boy (also known as Ted) subculture is typified by young men wearing clothes that were partly inspired by the styles worn by.

McLaren flogging Teddy Boy jackets in his King's Road store Let It Rock, 1971

Malcolm McLaren flogging Teddy Boy jackets in his King's Road store Let It Rock, 1971

The Edwardian Teddy Boy, 1955

The subculture started in London in the and spread across the UK, associated with rock and roll. Originally known as Cosh Boys, the name Teddy Boy was coined when a 1953 Daily Express newspaper headline shortened Edwardian to Teddy.

1950s Teddy Boys wearing Creepers More

All About Mens 1950s Shoes Styles

Teddy boys-- late and working class British adolescents who adopted styles in menswear with an Edwardian flavor.

U.K. Teddy Boys & Girls, Seven Feathers Club, Roger Mayne, 1956 My Dad was a Teddy Boy :)

Who Were the Teddy Girls?

This was on a teddy boy thread, not so sure they're not just young adults of the rather than teds per se

Teddy Girls, Battersea Funfair, London 1956, taken by street photographer Roger Mayne.

Teddy Girls, Battersea Fun Fair 1956 © Roger Mayne “ The British Teddy Boy (also known as Ted) subculture is typified by young men wearing clothes that were partly inspired by the styles worn by.

Teddy Boys 1954.

vintage everyday: 20 Vintage Photos of Dapper British Teddy Boys and Girls from the and

Skinny ties, skinny trousers: The hip Teddy Boys of 1950s London

Skinny ties, skinny trousers: The hip Teddy Boys of 1950s London

vintage everyday: 20 Vintage Photos of Dapper British Teddy Boys and Girls from…

Two unnamed Teddy Boys at a funfair—one of only two pictures taken of Teddy Boys on this shoot.

Cool Cats and Tom Boys: Ken Russell's 'The Last of the Teddy Girls'

Long before Ken Russell —who passed away this year—was a film director, he was a photographer. In tribute, Time LightBox revisits his photo series The Last of Teddy Girls.

1955, London. Teddy Boys wearing creepers.

Welcome to Threaded! And a Dig Through the Archives

Teddy Boys: stag-line at a dancehall, in Britain in late and created the first truly independent fashions for young people; working-class British adolescents who adopted styles in menswear that had an Edwardian flavor

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