Clothes of the Eighties, Boy of London
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Sex: both
Type of clothing: street-hip clothing label
When it was popular: early 80s
Description: Adaptations of hip New Wave, punk, and postpunk styles for wannabes, most of it in black, white, and red. Things like black denim drainpipe jeans with metal hardware that suggested bondage pants, sleeveless or cap-sleeved cotton shirts in the three aforementioned colors with checkerboards or geometric/asymmetric colors or graffiti on them, mock-brothel creepers or -winklepickers, wraparound sunglasses, etc.
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Dean - December 21, 2010 - Report this comment
A coveted label in the early 80s where I lived. If I remember correctly, the original store was on the King's Road in London. I especially remember the shoes, mostly black winklepickers and cartoonish brothel creepers.

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