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Real skinheads are not racist!! It originated with the reggae (of the Jamaican immigrants) fusion with mod (working class kids) in 60s uk. Many early skins were Jamaican, and many skins world wide are of every race and culture under the sun.

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Mary Quant's Ginger Group 1967 A two page article first published in September 1967 featuring designs from Mary Quant's Ginger Group. The article also includes guest appearances by The Yardbirds, Georgie Fame, James Fox, Jack Bond, David Mlinaric and Michael Rainey of Hung On You.

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McCalls 1968 McCall's Pattern 9230 Left - split-level dress of petal white and black, divided high with a crisp flare of Moygashel linen. Right - Daisy print for another version of the same skimmer. Polished cotton and Avril rayon by Concord.

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from Byron's muse

1960s Swinging London Fashion

This was just like us, and a great time was had by all. Don't believe those people that say that if you can remember the 60s you weren't there. It's absolute rubbish.

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Paper Dress 1966 - Jane Asher posing in a London boutique wearing a screen-printed paper minidress designed by Ossie Clark in a Celia Birtwell print and photographed by John Duffy. Photo published as a centerfold in the Dutch magazine TIQ, January 1967 issue. Source of scan is the Lady Jane Asher group at Yahoo!  modrules: Jane Asher 1966

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from Matthew's Island of Misfit Toys

1967 Mod Styles

Seventeen, 1967...wonderful magazine. Loved the fashion in the '60's. Straight from Carnaby Street in London.

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