The 1970’s Skateboarding Youth Culture And Fashion Lookbooks
The 1970’s Hippies’ Youth Culture And Fashion Lookbooks
The 1970’s Bikers Youth Culture And Fashion Lookbooks, The highways across America became a symbol of freedom; Hells Angels attracted young men offering an alternative lifestyle without a house in the suburbs, mortgage and regular working hours.
Marilyn Monroe Fashion Lookbooks and denim icon. Marilyn Monroe is one of the greatest denim Jean’s icons in fashion history; male stars before her as James Dean and Marlon Brando made denim rebellious, dangerous and sexy in the mid-50s. Soon Marilyn became the female version, a self-dependent woman equally sexy and rebellious
The Ramones Fashion Lookbooks And Denim Icons, Their style was as necessary as their music, classic black leather jacket, Converse shoes, skinny Levi 505 zip fly made first in 1967. The style was completed with a rock graphic t-shirt worn as skinny as their jeans and finally Converse shoes
Kurt Cobain fashion lookbooks and denim icon. Kurt Cobain was the lead singer in the punk rock inspired band Nirvana and icon of Grunge culture. Nirvana’s second album Nevermind is one of the bestselling rock albums of all times and sold more than 50 million copies worldwide
Bruce Springsteen Fashion Lookbooks And Denim Icon. Bruce Springsteen is the heart and soul of America; the jeans represent something solid, quality and everlasting originally work-wear. He is widely known for his love of the American heartland rock, poetic lyrics. “Born in the U.S.A.” and “Born to Run” has sold more than 65 million albums in the US and more than 120 million worldwide
Steve McQueen Fashion Lookbooks And Denim icon. Steve McQueen was a hot and successful film actor in the 1960s and 1970s, known for his coolness, good looks, and toughness. He became a youth cultural icon in the same league of James Dean, Marlon, Brando and Marilyn Monroe