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Skinheads posing in Wellington Square, Chelsea

Three young skinhead men posing for the camera in Wellington Square, Chelsea, 23 February 1985.

The 1980s youth sub-culture scene is primarily associated with the emergence of Goths and New Romantics, but older styles, such as the Skinheads, or 'Skins', shown here, also continued to thrive. Skins, a defiantly working-class sub-culture which emerged in the early 1970s, represent an agressive stance associated with racism and far-right politics.

  • Maker:
    Koffman, Anna
  • Production Date:
    1985-02-23
  • ID no:
    IN16868
  • Location:
    In Store

Further Information

  • Number of items: 1
  • Measurements: H 400 mm; L 299 mm (paper), H 329 mm; L 226 mm (image size)
  • Materials: paper
  • Status: permanent collection
  • Copyright Holder: digital image copyright Museum of London
  • Last Updated: 2014-03-05

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