Punkouture: Fashioning a Revolt: 1976 to 1986



Punkouture is a stunning international catwalk displaying and reconstructing the whole lot that has ever been sewn in combination in punk style. Divided into different thematic sections — clothing, hair, make-up, footwear, accessories, trademarks, and retail outlets — this illustrated guide includes designs by BOY, Vivienne Westwood, Fiorucci, Shelly’s, and more.

Punk aimed to be a brutal attack to the center class. They said that to be punk you just needed to wear all that used to be ugly and combine it in essentially the most absurd way: jailed pants and leather braces, straitjackets with chain belts and buckles in abundance, pants made with bags for garbage, leather pants, ripped fishnet tights, tattered skirts held in combination by huge safety pins and masking tape… Punkouture‘s color and black & white photographs and illustrations capture all of the clashing styles and trends.

This number of texts and images is easiest for fans of the 70’s and 80’s, music, graphic design, and pop and underground culture.
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