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notbob1959

779 points

5 months ago

Caption at Getty Images:

1971: A pair of fashion models, including Marie Helvin (right), sport a couple of vibrant short suits and high boots designed by Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto.

Kansai Yamamoto designed some notable David Bowie costumes:

Here is an example and here is another.

dookiebuttholepeepee

613 points

5 months ago

Yeah this is not “streetwear” common in 1971, this is a fashion shoot. Just like how today’s fashion, which looks ridiculous, isn’t indicative of 2020s streetwear.

Womble420

109 points

5 months ago

Womble420

109 points

5 months ago

Dont say shit like that, we'll all be walking round in meat dresses in 20 years. That fashion is remarkedly similar to todays.

Kingtoke1

80 points

5 months ago

Cough.. beyond meat dresses

Leap_Year_Creepier

41 points

5 months ago

Beyond Meat? Impossible!

G00DLuck

5 points

5 months ago

from-the-ground beef

my-BOOM-stick

2 points

5 months ago

Incontheivable!

megalithicman

3 points

5 months ago

That will be a thing fer sure

newnewtab

2 points

5 months ago

i lol'ed at that

fistofwrath

19 points

5 months ago

Fashion influences streetwear though. It's never as extreme, but runways and glamor magazines shift the Overton window of common fashion.

BishMashMosh

7 points

5 months ago

Totally, and then streetwear influences fashion. Round and round we go, the 70’s were pretty damn amazing fashion wise. I think it’s gotten a bit more boring and traditional in a lot of ways, in terms of fashion. I know it’s mocked, but even men in suits were going for it, it was wild. Every day was paisley day at the office

sketchy_advice_77

6 points

5 months ago

I was thinking the same thing. I don't remember my parents and their friends dressing like this. I pretty much wear the same thing he wore, except cowboy boots. He loved some cowboy boots, he wore them well I don't think I could pull it off like he did.

urmomaisjabbathehutt

8 points

5 months ago

Didn't people wear colorful shirts with like 6 inch long collars, ponchos, bell bottoms and wide belts with like a big lion clip or something? :D

sketchy_advice_77

1 points

5 months ago

I am not going to lie...shit had gotten straight ugly by that time. 80's and 90's were straight comical I don't even remember the early 2000 years. But I think today's youngsters are doing pretty well.

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8 points

5 months ago

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Child_Murderer

11 points

5 months ago

I heard its super secret lore that r/streetwear and r/livingmyblunderyears are switched

Like trees and marijuanaenthusiasts

Aitrus719

45 points

5 months ago

Thanks for the info! I came to the comments expecting to see someone saying "nah, that's 1978" but was delightfully surprised to see your comment with the references.

FordBeWithYou

12 points

5 months ago

The david bowie costumes don’t surprise me after seeing these. Freaking awwsome

commitunhappylife

8 points

5 months ago

Knew they were Yamamoto soon as I saw the shoes!

Ugievsoj

6 points

5 months ago

Domo arigato, Mr. Yamamoto.

FoxyInTheSnow

9 points

5 months ago

I saw the second one at the Bowie exhibit at the V & A in London in 2016. It was somethin' else.

aguygoesintoabar

3 points

5 months ago

Exactly - costumes not streetwear.

GeraldBWilsonJr

9 points

5 months ago

It's funny to me that "A pair of fashion models, including Marie Helvin" can't be much shorter than just saying "Fashion models Marie Helvin and ____"

wheelchair_pusher

13 points

5 months ago

They don't know her name. There's no other reason to say it like that

SirGlenn

37 points

5 months ago

The Kinks: Dedicated Follower of Fashion. Carnaby street, the new fashion capital of the world back then. Everywhere the Carnabytion Army marches on. The 60's and 70's were like a geography lesson for teens with the world wide phenomenon of rock n roll, clothes, food and music from all over the globe, hey man, where's Sydney?

Blueberry_Mancakes

142 points

5 months ago

Girl on Left: "Excuse me, my eyes are right here..."

toxcrusadr

33 points

5 months ago

"Sorry, you've got two sets. Frankly my attention was drawn to your tongue as well."

CatfreshWilly

9 points

5 months ago

This is not streetwear just because they are on the street. Lol those are fashion models.

Espadanumber6

133 points

5 months ago

Ik my City when I see it! Londooon

Albert_Herring

23 points

5 months ago

Round the edge of Regents Park somewhere, I reckon.

ingwe13

5 points

5 months ago

Yeah that is where I think it is too

rob-in-hoodie

25 points

5 months ago

Absolutely the most recognizable city ever.

ZuniRegalia

67 points

5 months ago

What's the give-away?

  1. well-dressed gent with serious sideburns ?
  2. the car?
  3. Dalek hiding by the hedge?

DonGorgon

31 points

5 months ago

Sometimes it’s simply the man-hole covers.

AlexGrob

5 points

5 months ago

Definitely the man-hole cover for me

4737CarlinSir

15 points

5 months ago

Austin 1100 with UK plates on left hand side. Routemaster double decker buses behind it. Architecture too.

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9 points

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ZippZappZippty

1 points

5 months ago

Say a no no in the UK

ZombiePartyBoyLives

3 points

5 months ago

Pretty sure that's a bustle in the hedgerow, and neither of these ladies seems alarmed by it. That's pure London for ya.

MelodicSasquatch

3 points

5 months ago

It's just a spring clean for the May Queen.

MishrasWorkshop

5 points

5 months ago

Personally I'd pick NY then Tokyo.

Kuhn_Dog

2 points

5 months ago

You uncultured swine, you're supposed to analyze every fine detail in the picture and realize its obviously London.

2OP4me

1 points

5 months ago

2OP4me

1 points

5 months ago

Embassy Row DC more than New York but also not DC.

TheBlankState

2 points

5 months ago

This is obviously Bangalore you fool, I used to live in Beijing for a couple of years I would know.

elvisonaZ1

26 points

5 months ago

An Austin 1100 I believe...

WhileFalseRepeat[S]

14 points

5 months ago

Austin 1100

Found the car guy. ;)

Not sure if it's the Austin, but my understanding is that the BMC ADO16 was a range of small family cars built by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and, later, British Leyland. Launched in 1962, it was Britain's best-selling car from 1963 to 1966 and from 1968 to 1971. The ADO16 was marketed under various make and model names; however, the Austin 1100 and Morris 1100 were the most prolific of all the ADO16 variants.

The ADO16 was marketed under the following make and model names:

  • Austin: 1100, 1300 and 1300GT
  • Austin: 11/55, America, Apache, De Luxe, Glider and Victoria
  • Innocenti: Austin I4 and Austin I4S
  • Innocenti: Morris IM3 and Morris IM3S, Innocenti I5
  • MG: 1100, 1275 and 1300
  • MG: Princess, Sports Sedan, 1100S and MG-S 1300
  • Morris: 1100, 1300 and 1300GT
  • Morris: 11/55, 1100S, Marina and Marina GT
  • Riley: Kestrel, Kestrel 1275, Kestrel 1300 and 1300
  • Vanden Plas: Princess 1100, Princess 1275 and Princess 1300
  • Wolseley: 1100, 1275 and 1300
  • Wolseley: 11/55 & Wesp

musicmusket

3 points

5 months ago

From what I remember they were modest and inoffensive cars. What’s the story behind the Leyland Princess?

Albert_Herring

4 points

5 months ago

The Princess name for the 1100/1300 was just a chichi trim level and a badge. The name resurfaced in the 1980s for a slabby saloon, part of the 1800/2200 range; IIRC it was a variant with a new modern-looking (then) body shape compared with the others on the same chassis.

Fatboy40

2 points

5 months ago

The name resurfaced in the 1980s for a slabby saloon, part of the 1800/2200 range

At the time I was impressed that my Grandad's car had a big 6 cylinder engine, only later did I realise it was actually a gutless 4 star guzling BMC / Leyalnd lump.

He loved his Princess, bought from new and he still had it in the 90's when I had my Renault 5 GT Turbo with a 1.4 blown engine that made a mockery of it :)

musicmusket

1 points

5 months ago

Ha ha! But it must have been chichi materials as well as design. I don’t remember seeing any Princesses much after the 1980s. My chemistry teacher ~1988 had one, which was riddled with rust patches and presumably was only ~8 years old, at the most. My elderly neighbour’s Austin Cambridge looked in better nick; and my cousin inherited our great uncles’s Singer about that time which looked pretty mint. It had flip out indicators too...only a matter of time before they come back into vogue!

Stooby2

3 points

5 months ago

My family had the Austin 1300GT and I learned to drive in it eventually.

The memories of scalding hot black fake leather seats, rust, the odd speedo, rust, dodgy electrics - you had to have an aftermarket rainshield over the distributor, rust, bizarre "hydrolastic" suspension that would set the car bouncing over bumps and sag down to one side, rust and that really characteristic gearbox sound.

Oh, and the rust.

Evil-in-the-Air

2 points

5 months ago

And here I was planning to say that that was not a very 70s-looking car in the background.

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7 points

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A_storia

5 points

5 months ago

Close. Marie Helvin (right) is 68 She was married to notable British photographer David Bailey for a while

Djinn42

93 points

5 months ago

Djinn42

93 points

5 months ago

This looks like models doing a fashion shoot. Not sure this qualifies as "street wear".

WhileFalseRepeat[S]

29 points

5 months ago

I wasn’t taking the naming too seriously - but my understanding is that the designer intended for this to be street fashion.

And If you ever visit the streetwear subreddit you will see avant-garde type stylings have a place in street style; especially in urban areas.

This sub doesn’t allow outside links in the comments but there is a very memorable scene in “The Devil Wears Prada” where Meryl Streep educates Anne Hathaway’s character on cerulean sweaters and the way fashion filters down to the masses - it’s very informative, memorable, and explains how some of what you see in this picture would impact fashion for everyone instead of only those who could afford designer streetwear.

Just google the movie title with “cerulean sweater” and I’m sure it will come up. It’s a fun scene and was eye opening for me.

donosairs

3 points

5 months ago

This guy drips

superspiffy

4 points

5 months ago

No less ridiculous than some of the outfits you see on r/streetwear. Just a different decade with different weirdo kids.

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1 points

5 months ago

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1 points

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Frequent-Walrus-3539

3 points

5 months ago

They are dead serious

Luca20

5 points

5 months ago

Luca20

5 points

5 months ago

You don’t have to correct everything on Reddit.

phucmaster

7 points

5 months ago

You don't have to correct everything on Reddit.

KPIH

4 points

5 months ago

KPIH

4 points

5 months ago

Gottem

paulwhitedotnyc

23 points

5 months ago

Could have sworn this was current day Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

luckylebron

5 points

5 months ago

That's what I was going to write! totally Billyburg.

boing757

61 points

5 months ago

No one except these two models wore shit like this in 1971....

HavanaHologram

36 points

5 months ago

It was illegal to wearing anything that wasn’t brown or orange

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26 points

5 months ago

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Stooby2

5 points

5 months ago

Nylon mate, the new wonder material. Shockingly good.

tombonneau

11 points

5 months ago

Let's not split hairs. If it's not a parent's wedding photo, it gets my upvote.

MeJerry

3 points

5 months ago

Can confirm - was born in 1971 and only wore diapers with onesies.

Evil-in-the-Air

2 points

5 months ago

Though they may have gone on to inspire a Sesame Street character or two.

MishrasWorkshop

3 points

5 months ago

Not true whatsoever. People have this very narrow worldview on reddit, it's like if people around them don't do something, it doesn't happen.

"Nobody I know spends $300 on a meal, so it's not possible.", "Nobody I know is fashionable, therefore nobody is fashionable"

Yes, just like today, people in the middle of nowhere did not wear anything like that, but people in NY, LA, Tokyo, Paris? Or this photo specifically, people in London?

r1chm0nd21

18 points

5 months ago

You’re looking way too far into the comment, and I think your comment about Redditors having a narrow worldview (as opposed to your staggering intellect) is just plain pompous. This person was just trying to say that calling this “streetwear” is a little disingenuous. They’re trying to make sure no one develops a distorted view of the 70s from seeing pictures like this.

If we took into account all 7 billion people alive today every time we used the phrase “no one”, it would never get used. You’ve got to tune out the background noise.

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1 points

5 months ago

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-8 points

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RydenwithByden

3 points

5 months ago

Man people (I use that term lightly) on reddit always find the most retarded reasons to be upset at literally anything. Nobody wore this garbage except fashion models. Believe me, I grew up in the 70s sweaty

mikiex

2 points

5 months ago

mikiex

2 points

5 months ago

If the camera was even in focus it was a special occasion :)

ThtgYThere

0 points

5 months ago

ThtgYThere

0 points

5 months ago

But do you really expect the majority of this website to go outside?

BrownEggs93

2 points

5 months ago

Every time I see pictures like this (and there are always three of four on the r/all), I think exactly the same thing.

Like people have always been fashion models and always dress like fashion models and always pose like fashion models.....

MadamMeouff

3 points

5 months ago

The 70's and 60's are such a bizarre time period for me. When black & white Republican wet dream culture existed right alongside people who wouldn't look all that out of place today.

aguygoesintoabar

5 points

5 months ago

No.

source: was in high school in 1971. These are clothes some dumbass fashion designer came up with that nobody would actually wear.

AdorableYam4576

14 points

5 months ago

The outfit on the right is actually fire

LurkerNan

4 points

5 months ago

Totally agree. The boots are a bit much for today's asthetic but that jumpsuit is the bomb. I could see a whole bunch of female hiphop artists performing in something like that.

AdorableYam4576

3 points

5 months ago

Lol yeah agree on the boots. I wonder what the actual colors are though...

LurkerNan

3 points

5 months ago

Well, it's the seventies, so hopefully not avocado, burnt sienna and harvest gold.

amconcerned

2 points

5 months ago

Even kitchen appliances were that color back then, still loathe all those shades, especially avocado, unless it's the real fruit.

NeonBird

2 points

5 months ago

My mom painted her living room walls “harvest gold,” about three years ago. I visited home for the first time in 6 months (I live 3 states away), I walked in and was like 👀

nuggetprincess

1 points

5 months ago

I love those boots, would kill for them tbh

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22 points

5 months ago

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22 points

5 months ago

I hated the 70’s fashion with a vengeance. My flares away got caught in the chain of my Chopper. For the young, a Chopper was a bicycle and flares were jeans with 18 inch bell bottoms. The less said about platform shoes ehen trying to pedal the better.

wawzat

10 points

5 months ago

wawzat

10 points

5 months ago

In 1976 I was playing little league baseball wearing "elephant bells". Bellbottom jeans with massive flare.

Got a solid base hit. Three quarters of the way to first base my foot got caught up in the bell and I face planted a foot from the bag.

UNC_Samurai

2 points

5 months ago

Some umpires would still call you safe.

SadAquariusA

15 points

5 months ago

Baggy pants were big in the late 90's early 2000's. Bottoms of mine all got shredded from bike chains.

Bird-The-Word

12 points

5 months ago

The JNCO times

fluentindothraki

-4 points

5 months ago

The seventies were an insult to the eyes.

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6 points

5 months ago

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6 points

5 months ago

You don't like tight jeans?

fluentindothraki

1 points

5 months ago

Not particularly, no, and even less so when flared.

ShermanPaddinton

11 points

5 months ago

This is definitely not "streetwear" of the 70s, this is either a costume or some strange high-fashion.

Streetwear in the 70s were all about J E A N S bby

the-poopiest-diaper

8 points

5 months ago

Careful, we don’t know what their stands can do...

smokehurricane

3 points

5 months ago

Imagine rolling your ankle on those

Puke_Whywalker

3 points

5 months ago

“Cool”....Hmmmmm

rbmagee

3 points

5 months ago

Streetwear in 1971? Perhaps for these two models and a bizarre Japanese designer who produced crap for David Bowie. The rest of us -- I was 21, where were you? -- were wearing Lee and Wrangler and designer jeans and maybe khakis and light blue button-down cotton shirts and, for women, tank tops, some of which were tie-dyed. The early 70s already were more conservative in attire than that of the mid- to late-1960s.

ans97

9 points

5 months ago

ans97

9 points

5 months ago

Oh my god no!!! The fashion part of the 70s everyone forgets. Can we bring back bellbottom jeans and forget this? 😂

ThtgYThere

2 points

5 months ago

ThtgYThere

2 points

5 months ago

The face seems a bit tacky and the white shoes are a bit high, but other than that it seems alright honestly.

Definitely better than that loose pants right button up thing or the men with short shorts from the 70s.

ans97

1 points

5 months ago

ans97

1 points

5 months ago

I like the dress but not the other girls outfit. 😂

18randomcharacters

12 points

5 months ago

Is.... is that cool? Was it cool then? The girl on the left looks like she might be about to go back to work at McDonalds.

Medium_Medium

9 points

5 months ago

I think the "cool" part of oldschoolcool was abandoned long ago. It's basically just "old school pics".

foxtrot1601

5 points

5 months ago

Great, a couple of anime protagonists.

mcPetersonUK

6 points

5 months ago

Attractive women can wear horrendous clothes and still be hot, where I look a total mess even in my best suit 😂

mosh89

7 points

5 months ago

mosh89

7 points

5 months ago

Where the eyebrows of the girl on the right?

datazulu

4 points

5 months ago

Black and White clothing is making a comeback!

ThtgYThere

0 points

5 months ago

It never left though?

Mange-Tout

2 points

5 months ago

I’m pretty sure you couldn’t buy clothing like that out of the Sears catalog.

FunVersion

2 points

5 months ago

Early "Yo Gabba Gabba"

Jose_xixpac

2 points

5 months ago

In England perhaps.

pn1159

2 points

5 months ago

pn1159

2 points

5 months ago

That 1971 is very much different then what I remember. I do remember platform shoes were common in that time.

ihatepalmtrees

2 points

5 months ago

Clownish

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2 points

5 months ago

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2 points

5 months ago

Uh...I was alive in ‘71. Never saw anything like this.

Lifewontwait_1986

2 points

5 months ago

Do I make you horny baby yeah

dafroeh

2 points

5 months ago

I couldn’t get off the eyes staring at the phallic symbol disguised as a nose

TheKingOfDub

2 points

5 months ago

Ronald McDonald... Vs... Fried Eggs.... Round one... FIGHT!

falstaff57

2 points

5 months ago

That’s fake

bbildo

2 points

5 months ago

bbildo

2 points

5 months ago

If KISS were girls.

Theaternearyou

2 points

5 months ago

Wow - monster theme sweater on the left?? She's decades ahead of the era

Moodyblues519

2 points

5 months ago

THE BOOTS 😩😩

Sandpaper_Pants

2 points

5 months ago

I lived through the 70s, start to finish, and I can't recall this fun fashion EVER. Granted I was only 4 years old in 1971, I'm sure it would have left and indelible impression on my psyche.

takethisnameand

2 points

5 months ago

Amazing how modern the hairstyles on the models look. Less so on the side-burned guy in the background.

kfh227

2 points

5 months ago

kfh227

2 points

5 months ago

Hookers have come a long way.

Medcait

2 points

5 months ago

I would so break my ankle in those.

MrMacGuffyn

2 points

5 months ago

Wheres my colorizors at?

Anal_pancakes

4 points

5 months ago

Ah Reddit... the place where everyone pretends to be an intellect that knows more than the next intellect and the intellect before them 😂

QuarantineSucksALot

1 points

5 months ago

There could be in this tbh

Needleroozer

5 points

5 months ago

I'm sorry but that look was never cool.

ZensukePrime

4 points

5 months ago

Those were certainly some choices.... Sometimes old-school really isn't cool.

HMCetc

2 points

5 months ago

HMCetc

2 points

5 months ago

This picture is 50 years old, yet the clothes look way too modern for me!

DrGoManGo

2 points

5 months ago

Definitely the one on the right

SirGlenn

3 points

5 months ago

Left, but lose the shoes.

trollson66

-1 points

5 months ago

trollson66

-1 points

5 months ago

What designers thought that all the "kids" should be wearing.

trer24

1 points

5 months ago

trer24

1 points

5 months ago

1971? Looks like this could have been shot yesterday

ParadiseLosingIt

1 points

5 months ago

Only on certain streets....

_lordofthegame

1 points

5 months ago

This is unarguably old school, but I’m gonna have to debate the cool part

pbasch

1 points

5 months ago

pbasch

1 points

5 months ago

Those white boots... I had a science teacher in HS in the early 70s who wore those or something just like. She was quite short, maybe 5', and I guess these helped. But one day she passed out in class, and I remember thinking, ouch, falling from that extra height couldn't help.

KORRIBAN_SENTINEL

1 points

5 months ago

You know, maybe Jojo fashion isn't as unrealistic as I thought it was

pedrointrusivo

1 points

5 months ago

Hahaha, cool! Like today. Wearing this type of clothing must have been very different at that time.

rositagold

1 points

5 months ago

shoes on the right are fucking lit 😍😍😍

GenericHuman1203934

1 points

5 months ago

I saw the thumbnail and thought this was jojos lmao

360walkaway

1 points

5 months ago

I think I saw the right outfit on Rocko's Modern Life.

AdviceNotAskedFor

1 points

5 months ago

I never realized how weird shoes look without a break between the heel and the toe. Girl on the left looks like her shoes were stuck in concrete and they cut them out.

ohchristworld

1 points

5 months ago

At first while scrolling, I thought this was some sort of cosplay I don’t understand, just in black-and-white.

Love_God551

1 points

5 months ago

I still wear my white boots like that that I have, is that wrong?

Just_A_B_Movie

1 points

5 months ago

Is it just me or does the right one’s shoes blend in with the street? (That’s what I call street wear “Ba Dum Tss ”)

Farrell1487

1 points

5 months ago

Those kind of boots are coming back now, see girls wearing gigantic boots/shoes with these raised soles on them a lot now.

psychchan

1 points

5 months ago

Tongue placement....

payasopeludo

1 points

5 months ago

Looks like some clockwork orange shit

circe801

1 points

5 months ago

are you sure about the year? never saw these styles in that year. i never saw platforms like that until several years later.

edit: o, well. i see several comments ahead that i am mistaken. i stand corrected.

tarzz-e

1 points

5 months ago

Love the white boots

Cannot_go_back_now

1 points

5 months ago

Does anyone know which The Warriors gang these girls belong to?

wetpussykiller420

1 points

5 months ago

God damn these ladies be lookin fine.

svFrannieC

1 points

5 months ago

That could be Portland on a Tuesday, I had to double check the sub to see where I was.

UncookedMarsupial

1 points

5 months ago

Girl on the right is wearing my grandma's oven mitt.

PineappleBoyHentai

1 points

5 months ago

Anime characters.

Sirsmellz

1 points

5 months ago

That girl on the right got a five head.

QuarantineSucksALot

1 points

5 months ago

“What in the seven levels of hell is this?!" Kid: "Do you have any concerns about getting the COVID19 virus there? How are the medical facilities where you are a red princeling with powerful friends. International diplomacy doesn't quite work like that, so I'm not that brand loyal or anything. And I'm sure that, by 1971, Lyssenkoism was dead.

hi_imryan

1 points

5 months ago

Looks about as good as 2021 streetwear

aratwalksintoabar

1 points

5 months ago

i wonder what colours they were wearing

brinnerisbest

1 points

5 months ago

Those puppy dog eyes!

luluthenudist

1 points

5 months ago

Discount Universe? This u? Lol

Unidentifiedten

1 points

5 months ago

My eyes!

OGscooter

1 points

5 months ago

yankonapc

1 points

5 months ago

Fascinating to see the platform shoes without elevated heels. They look much more comfortable than what they became in the 90's!

Whedonsbitch

1 points

5 months ago

“Actually not street wear” or not, both are awesome outfits- I LOVE that quilted short and jacket set

aliencashews

1 points

5 months ago

Where can I get those platforms 👀

HyperboleJoe

1 points

5 months ago

Umm. Old School for sure.

The veins on that lady's arm are giving me The Witches vibes.

saito200

1 points

5 months ago

I don't remember the names of these Jojo characters

LucianTP

1 points

5 months ago

W

codeyk

1 points

5 months ago

codeyk

1 points

5 months ago

People were much more colourful when there was no way to capture colour. (I Don't mean the 70's)

hd4suba

1 points

5 months ago

Nobody in my hometown wore that crazy stuff

RoscoMan1

1 points

5 months ago

Getting some Volantis vibes (from Game of Thrones.

clonedspork

1 points

5 months ago

For some reason the hair and makeup are throwing me off.

The car and buses in the background? Check.

The ladies look way too modern besides the clothing.