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Going out fashion through the decades
Rebellious 80s
Cyndi Lauper
The 50s
Teddy Girls
Teddy Girls
Sub-culture of 1950s British fashion

Seen on working-class teenagers in London's East End in 1953

Style defined as neo-Edwardian mixed with subtle American rock and roll influences
Teddy Girls
Mainstream vs. Rebel
Main trends in 80’s
Political and economical factors
Clubbing influence and the club kids of 1980's
Leigh Bowery
was a great influnce on 1980's mainstream fashion
Saint Laurent Spring 2014 RTW
MET Gala 2013 theme was: "Punk: Chaos to Couture"
Madonna in Givenchy
Jessica Biel in
Giambattista Valli
Miley Cyrus in Marc Jacobs
Nicole Richie in Topshop
Ashley Greene in Marchesa gown with Harry Winston jewels
Christina Ricci in Vivienne Westwood
Sienna Miller in Burberry
Cara Delevingne in Burberry
Saint Laurent Spring 2014 RTW
Garments previously associated with Punk are now fashionable and worn in everyday life
(outfits taken from
"Brothel Creeper" shoes
Typical Teddy "DA" haircut
Girls added feminine accesssories
Clutch bags, neck scarves, jewellery, low heels
Michael Alig
Leigh Bowery
Club kids
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