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Teddy Girl.

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teddy girl

teddy girl

Girls from the right side of the tracks! | #cassylondon #letsbeBFFs get more only on http://freefacebookcovers.net

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The Last of the Teddy Girls, The Style Subculture That Time Forgot. We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills.

The Last of the Teddy Girls, The Style Subculture That Time Forgot. We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills.

Marlene Deitrich

Marlene Deitrich

Cool Cats and Tom Boys: Ken Russell’s ‘The Last of the Teddy Girls’ - LightBox

Cool Cats and Tom Boys: Ken Russell’s ‘The Last of the Teddy Girls’ - LightBox

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Teddy Girls: The Style Subculture That Time Forgot - We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills

Teddy Girls: The Style Subculture That Time Forgot - We trace the history of the 50s girl gangs that rebelled against austerity, trading in their ration books for Edwardian frills

Teddy Girls

Teddy Girls

Teddy Girls were just a little-known aspect of Teddy Boys subculture – the working class Londoners. The Teddy Girls are considered to be the first British female youth subculture. They, as a group, remain historically almost invisible.  Not many photos of them were ever taken and the only article on the female representation of Teds was published in the 1950s. They were unfortunately considered less interesting than the Teddy Boys.

Teddy Girls were just a little-known aspect of Teddy Boys subculture – the working class Londoners. The Teddy Girls are considered to be the first British female youth subculture. They, as a group, remain historically almost invisible. Not many photos of them were ever taken and the only article on the female representation of Teds was published in the 1950s. They were unfortunately considered less interesting than the Teddy Boys.

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