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Teddy boys Elena khruslova
The Teddy boys subculture appeared in the 1950s in Britain.
Style The clothing that the Teddy boys wore was designed to shock their parents' generation. It consisted of an Edwardian style drape jacket, much too 'camp' (вычурный) for a working class man, suede (замша) Gibson shoes with thick crepe (натуральный каучук) soles, narrow 'drainpipe' trousers, a smart shirt and a loud tie - usually of the 'Slim Jim' or bootlace type.
Narrow trousers & “Slim Jim” tie
The story of movement All began in the early 1950's in England. Some teenagers gangs appeared in the East End of London; they were called the Cosh boys. It was very easy to recognise them. They wore long jackets with velvet collar and cuffs drain-pipe trousers like under the reign of Edward VII (1901-1910), bright ankle socks and a slim Jim tie. These Cosh boys terrified the English society : razor attacks, fights between gangs but also against the police, robberies ... Press needed a new term to describe these gangs which number increased each day. The word chosen was Teddy Boy(s) and Teddy Girl(s), Ted(s) It seems that the first newspaper that used the term Teddy Boy was the Daily Express on September 23rd 1953.
Music Teds listen to Rock'n'Roll. Bill Haley, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Gene Vincent, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and British artists like Tommy Steele, Cliff Richard and the Drifters (then the Shadows) became the teenagers' idols.
Buddy Holly 1936-1959
Internet Links https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teddy_Boy http://www.rockabilly.nl/general/teddyboys.htm
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