Refashioned, innovative design in the sustainable era. Part Two. The second post in the series from Green fashion to Refashioned examine sustainable fashion past history and the context.
DIY Punk Tees History And Fashion Lookbooks. It had to come something new, the anti-establishment punk movement happened simultaneously, in the UK and America they just did not know. Punk as a youth cultural movement lasted in fact very short. Nevertheless, changed the way we dress, music and created a new DIY culture of freedom
In 1970, we were hippies, experimented with drugs that could open our minds and somehow make us change the world to a better place. We ate vegetarian food was against the war, nuclear weapons, acid rain and got stickers on a Volkswagen van back window saying no war and peace & love. My hair was long; worn out, and brown corduroy flared and white tunica from Greece.
The 1970s were probably the most exciting decade of the last century, both in politics, youth culture, music, and fashion. It was the decade we got introduced to a digital new future, the first home video games as Atari became a youngster biggest wish for x-mas, all we wanted was a digital watch and the electronic pocket calculators made math easy at school. During the 1970s, we experienced the flower power culture, in California a group of surfers named z-boys revolutionized skateboarding, and up in the mountains of Yosemite, another group of youngsters invented modern sports climbing. They were called dirtbags and should become heroes and icons for people who wanted something else out of life than a regular nine to five job.
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