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The Ramones weren’t an art band; they were trying to be heavy-metal bubble-gum, the 1970’s Fashion Lookbooks

The Ramones weren’t an art band; they were trying to be heavy-metal bubble-gum, the 1970’s Fashion Lookbooks

Ramones true denim icons and punk rock band wearing faded blue denim jean’s regular fit, straight legs, and a skinny fit. The Levi 505 zip fly jeans made in the 60s is a genuine classic. Be careful because the Levi, 505 fit today is different and cannot be compared with the 60s or 70s fit. London may have been ground zero for punk, but the loud, manic sounds of the Ramones are 100% American

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The 1970’s Hippies’ Youth Culture And Fashion Lookbooks

The 1970’s Hippies’ Youth Culture And Fashion Lookbooks

The hippies’ movement actually started in the early 1960s and exploded with summer of love in 1967; exuberant hippies fashion, youth culture led by rock idols such as Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin expresses individuality with feathers, fringe, beads, tie-dye, and a rainbow of eclectic ethnic influences. Hippies in the 1970s were vast, the music festivals were the big thing, four to five days dancing in muddy fields became a utopia for the massive hippies’ movement

Bruce Springsteen Fashion Lookbooks And Denim Icon

Bruce Springsteen Fashion Lookbooks And Denim Icon

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

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