Collection by Peter Scholes • Last updated 9 weeks ago

Amy Winehouse & Terry Hall (Don Letts in the background) Ska Music, Music Icon, Amy Winehouse Style, Terry Hall, Skinhead Girl, Skinhead Boots, Ska Punk, Female Singers, British Style

Amy Winehouse e Terry Hall: "The Specials love affair"

This is the Modern World: musica, abbigliamento streetwear, sottoculture e tante altre cose di interesse Modernauta. Ci vediamo alle 5 al Bar.

Sticker SKA dancer", black/white, description for Sticker SKA dancer", is in progress. Dancer Tattoo, Dancer Drawing, Skinhead Boots, Ska Music, Chelsea Girls, Star Wars Tattoo, Rude Boy, Music Logo, Music Wall

Sticker "2-tone SKA dancer",

Sticker "2-tone SKA dancer", black/white, l=125mm, w=40mmThe description for Sticker "2-tone SKA dancer", is in progress.

Pie shop scene from Quadrophenia Pete Townshend and Phil Daniels Ray Winstone, Pie And Mash, I See Stars, Rock Stars, Pete Townshend, Skinhead, Way Of Life, Beautiful Celebrities, Celebrity Photos

Quadrophenia Pie & Mash

I'm back from a short break and can't wait to catch up with all the fab posts on the Comm from the past few days. I did do a Who related thing while I was away - I went for lunch at Cookes, the Pie and Mash Shop from Quadrophenia . I ordered a single pie and mash with liquor, just like Jimmy. It…

Suggs on the cover of Smash Hits Fun Boy Three, Kirsty Maccoll, Eddy Grant, Sheena Easton, Paul Weller, Rude Boy, Phil Collins, Music Magazines, Northern Soul

Smash Hits - 5th -18th February1981

Another issue of the Smash Hits Magazine. This one is from the 5th - 18th February 1981. In this issue you can find the following: Cover...

Underground fashion in Britain, – in pictures Punk Fashion, Fashion Models, Fashion Tips, 80s Rock Fashion, Sporty Fashion, Celebrities Fashion, Lolita Fashion, Fashion Bloggers, Curvy Fashion

Underground fashion in Britain, 1960-1990 – in pictures

From the fair isle jumpers of the 60s art-school boho, through to the bone necklaces and black string vests worn by early 80s goths, changing youth fashions have come to reflect everything from class to political beliefs, as a new book illustrates. The Bag I’m In, Underground Music and Fashion in Britain 1960-1990 by Sam Knee is published by Cicada Books