Clothes of the Eighties, Joann Martin
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Sex: female
Type of clothing: Commander Salamander
When it was popular: 1982-1986
Description: Commander Salamander was a British catalog that sold a number of items: notably, graffiti patterned stretch pants.
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Chris - April 22, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember the Commander Salamander catalog! Fond memories of great 80's style! There were so many things in the catalog I wanted. I would be making a lot of fun of them now, had I been able to get them.
Rick K. - May 30, 2016 - Report this comment
Commander Salamander was not a British catalog. It was an iconic punk/post punk/avant garde fashion and lifestyle store in the Georgetown area of Washington, DC. It was an absolute institution for 34 years before closing in 2010. Equally well-loved by DC's young, the formerly-forever young, it was also a hot spot for tourists in-the-know. If you grew up in DC in the eighties, you almost certainly remember it well.

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