Vogue Paris October 2010 “THINK PUNK” by Mario Sorrenti | Livin Cool

Vogue Paris October 2010 “THINK PUNK” by Mario Sorrenti | Livin Cool

Gaye Advert, female bass player in the late 70's band, the Adverts.  One of punk's first female icons.  And the Jolie totally bit her look, no?  via: She Lets Her Hair Down

Gaye Advert, female bass player in the late 70's band, the Adverts. One of punk's first female icons. And the Jolie totally bit her look, no? via: She Lets Her Hair Down

Are your kids turning punk? Personally, I'd love that of my kids :P

Are your kids turning punk? Personally, I'd love that of my kids :P

Punk fashion.  Mohawk.  Pearls and chains.  Just enough frill to be decadent.

Punk fashion. Mohawk. Pearls and chains. Just enough frill to be decadent.

The 80's saw the rise of the Punk era. This movement made popular towering, colorful, and spiky hairstyles accompanied by lucrative, ripped up clothing. Most of the extravagence of the era were to free the individual from the notion that everybody should look the same of dress in the same style, or look the same. Everyone was striving to free themselves from being sheep in the flock.

The 80's saw the rise of the Punk era. This movement made popular towering, colorful, and spiky hairstyles accompanied by lucrative, ripped up clothing. Most of the extravagence of the era were to free the individual from the notion that everybody should look the same of dress in the same style, or look the same. Everyone was striving to free themselves from being sheep in the flock.

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what-do-i-wear: “ Alex & Emma shark tooth necklace in silver – here | Choies print muscle tank –here | Levi’s 501 jeans – here | Vintage silver metal belt | Alex & Emma ice point ring – here | Amber...

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This week, Vogue’s free-spirited champion bargain hunter scours the Internet for DIY-priced punk staples and accoutrements.

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