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Rebellion punk festival – in pictures

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Rebellion punk festival – in pictures

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gorgonetta: [A color photo of a woman with incredibly ornate eyeliner, a black line under her cheekbone, teal lipstick, and a teal mohawk.  She wears several simple silver necklaces and a black dog collar, and has a tattoo of a bird (?) on her left arm, and wears a sleeveless teal shirt.] I like how early (I’d guess this is a pic from the 80s or 90s?) punks and goths didn’t go so over the top as one is practically obligated to do now in order to belong.  By the early 90s even, at least in…

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cyber goth

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Goth in Blue #goth #gothic #hairstyles

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FUCK YEAH URBAN TRIBES.

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half & half hair - hot pink and black

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This could have been my high school. Look at all the books on the floor! And their hair!

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Mekiru & Minami | Shiro-Nuri / shironuri subculture | 13 February 2014 |

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A YOUNG TEENAGE MOD, POSING WITH TWO GIRLS, STREATHAM, LONDON, UK 1976 - JANETTE BECKMAN

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From Autrysmusic, this #Crustpunk is a shining example of streetwear for the alternative crowd

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Beatniks on the dance floor, 1960.

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Vivienne Westwood - Shot alongside some London punks in 1977. Vivienne's still got it!

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It's a nice day for a punk wedding

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Rude Girl

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1972 post-skinhead style

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Zoot Suit- Hebdige explains that the hipster subculture was organized around a "shared identity with blacks (symbolized in jazz)." Specifically, "the zoot suit and lightweight 'continentals' of the hipster embodied the traditional aspirations (making out and moving up) of the black street-corner man...(49). The presence of the zoot suit relates to the influx of immigrants from the West Indies, insinuating that without this population "the equivalent hipster option was simply not available"…

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"No subculture has sought with more grim determination than the punks to detach itself from the taken-for-granted landscape of normalized forms, nor to bring down upon itself such vehement disapproval." (Hebdige)

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skinheads- the skinheads grew out of "hard mods" and were considered to be a subculture by the late 60s. Skinheads were "aggressively proletarian, puritanical and chauvinist...(55). Skinheads were characterized by "cropped hair, braces, short, wide levi jeans or functional sta-prest trousers, plain or striped button-down Ben Sherman shirts and highly polished Doctor Marten boots" (52). The skinheads drew from two incompatible sources, west indian immigrants and white working class culture.

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The 10 best British youth cultures

Rude Boy Skinhead | ... , Mods, Punk, Rude boy, Skinheads, Teddy ... | Teddy Boys & Gir

The 10 best British youth cultures

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Pin-up or corporate #Goth girl

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