Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album embodies the spirit of
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experimentation that captured the hearts of millions of people all
over the world. Today the music of Sgt. Pepper still inspires those
sentiments just as much as it did back then. Capture
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BritanniaMods must have -
Harrington Jacket, Cardigan, Duffle Coat, Parka, Paisley Shirt, Original
Penguin Polo Shirt, Scooter, Ben Sherman stripe shirt waistcoats
and three-button Sunday Best suit.
Follow in Blurs' footsteps. Dr.
Martens Worn 1460 as seen on Damon Alburn at the Brit Awards.
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(FTP 17/3/08) Rockabilly style is now back, as seen on Dirty Pretty
Things' Carl Barat. If you want that look wear jeans with turn-ups.
Classic Levi's 501s are now cool again and back in the 1950s/60s there
was only one unisex version. The colour used to run and the jeans
used to shrink so the first thing gals and guys did with a new pair
was to fill up the bath and jump in with their jeans on. Levi Strauss
and Riga-born tailor Jacob Davis created and patented the first blue
jeans, on May 20th, 1873
over fifty years, the classic leather motorcycle jacket has been favoured
by the good, the bad and the cool ever since Marlon Brando roared
into focus in his first feature film "The Wild One" in 1954.
John Lennon and the Beatles rocked Hamburg, Germany wearing leathers
in the early 60s. In the 70s, US punk band, The Ramones, developed
their own uniform consisting of classic leather motorcycle jackets,
blue jeans, t-shirt and Converse. In 1976, the Sex Pistols wore their
leather jackets and trousers customised with punk style metal studs,
chains and safety pins and the leather look was further embellished
by heavy metal bands like Motley Crue. In the 80s more clean-cut classic
versions were adopted by members of Depeche Mode, Wham's George Michael"
and pop duo "Bros". The Goss twins wore one white and one
black. The classic was also a favourite with movie action heroes such
Mel Gibson (Mad Max 1980 and Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Terminator"
1991. Biker jackets also featured in the 1966 film "Wild Angels",
1969 "Easy Rider", 1982 Grease II starring Maxwell Caulfield.
John Travolta, perhaps, is one of the few celebrities whose style
straddles the decades. He first wore "Danny's" now iconic
"T " Jacket in the first film version of the musical Grease
in the late 70s only to don motorcycle leathers again thirty years
later in his latest film "Wild Hogs". Celebrities recently
spotted in the classic style are footballer "Freddie" Ljungburg,
England cricketer Andrew Flintoff, Razorlight's Johnny Borrell and
superstar producer Mark Ronson.In the newly released movie
"Kingdom of the Sculls", Indiana Jones's sidekick,
played by Shia LaBoeuf, wears a classic 50s style leather motorcycle
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rain and wind this is ideal for long country pursuits to walking the
dog round the park. Barbour is an authentic British company which
has existed for over 100 years. With a unique understanding of clothing
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Still cool after all these
years - Since 1953 Ray-Ban Wayfarers have been worn by a host of celebrities
from the music and film industry and it is said that even president
John F. Kennedy had a pair. Ray-Ban Wayfarers featured in films like
Blues Brothers, Risky Business, Reservoir Dogs and The Terminator.
Fans include Velvet Underground, Tom Cruise, Bob Dylan, Jack Nicolson,
Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, F1 star Jenson Button, Jude Law and
Razorlight's Johnny Borrell. They're ultimate retro, unisex and female
celebrities like Sienna Miller, Kirsten, Dunst, Drew Barrymore, Lily
Allen and Kate Moss are also loving these iconic sunglasses. Actor,
Jude Law has been spotted on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival
wearing Aviators and Wayfarers where he is currently promoting his
new film"My Blueberry Nights" with Grammy award winning
jazz singer Norah Jones. Actor Ewen McGregor wore a pair of Ray Ban
on his recent 15,000 mile road trip from Scotland to South Africa
with sidekick Charlie Boorman as seen on BBC TV "Long Way Down".