Initiated by photographer Nina Manandhar and the team at ISYS ARCHIVE, the What We Wore project is creating a people’s style history of Britain from 1950-2010.
Series: Threads Ahead
Youth style from the past meets fashion on the street today.
Denver Teen Street Fashion, 1904-1920
Colorado at the turn of the century — the heart of the Wild West, full of cowboys, hustlers, vigilantes, sharpshooters, saloons and people filled with the ruggedness and mettle necessary to survive.
Africa has the highest concentration of teens on the planet, and in Nairobi they are expressing themselves in never-before-seen ways.
What does “punk” mean in 2013? The Metropolitan Museum of art and Vogue hosted their punk-themed Costume Institute Gala this summer in New York City.
LA Teen Clubs, 1983
Adult anxiety about teen recklessness has always been in style.
Jones Valley High School of Birmingham, 1925-1974
Today Teenage is screening in Birmingham, Alabama at the Sidewalk Film Festival, so we’re celebrating Birmingham teens.
Mr. T’s Fashion Show
“Hey – everybody’s gotta wear clothes – and if you don’t you get arrested,” begins Mr.
Carmen Dell’Orefice, model and actress, was discovered at the age of 13 on a bus going to ballet class.
Moroccan Style, ’30s and ’40s
Collected photographs of young women of Morocco during the 1930s and 1940s.
Young Women of Algiers
This photograph of a probably newly married, Ouled Naïl Algerian girl was taken (by Lehnert and Landrock) in 1905.