Bored? Punk style is a sustainable DIY fashion cultural statement.
Artwork by Michael Costiff prints on cotton canvas. Please do not reprint or reuse without any permission of the artwork artist or owners permission. Please look at the bottom of this post. An typically expression from the 70’s punk rebellious attitude. I bought these cotton artworks in the end of the 90’s and just found them in my clothing warehouse a few days ago. I used them to customize denim jacket with them. I let them speak for themselves. However, punk style is a sustainable DIY fashion cultural statement. Punks usually bought used clothes and transferred their ideas into a remade and remixed new version of the old garments. This gave the outfits a personal look were hardly anyone looked the same.
Tourists are having a right old laugh down London’s King’s road on Saturday afternoons. That is when the punks go shopping-to spend their filthy lucre on new, old-looking clothes.
Paradise club, The Rocky and Vortex at Crackers every Monday and Tuesday in Wardour Street
The punks on parade
The parade of the punks, with their cropped, dyed hair, torn T-shirts and safety pins is becoming a great attraction. The punks hang out in their two favorite shops – Seditionaries’ and Boy. There they can pick up a nice pair of bondage trousers … at an un-shabby £30
Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren
Little did Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren know when they opened a little clothes shop in the King’s Road, Chelsea, that within a few short years it would become the notorious hang out of sex fiends and juvenile delinquents.
Is Johnny really so Rotten?
Stormy as Filth Tour heads north. Fury after TV shocker. Anarchy. You’re banned.