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What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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From Gothic Lolitas to Yoyogi Rockabillies, the Tokyo neighborhood of Harajuku is a wellspring of some of the world's most unique and extreme fashion trends. Rife with restaurants, shops, and cafes, it's a hangout 'hood for the city's youth, whose style is confined to uniforms from elementary school through to high school graduation. And, perhaps to rebel from such strict sameness, they spend their weekends seeing how far they can push the limits. One of the oldest and most pervasive Harajuku style groups is Decora, characterized by a pursuit of kawaii, or "cuteness," which is expressed in massive piles of hair clips, face bandaids, creative layering, and a mishmash of colors and textures. Don't let "cute" confuse you: There's nothing delicate or elegant about Decora. It's bright, it's loud, and it's in your face (or rather, on your face, via a Hello Kitty bandaid). Though the style can appear as frivolous as a Halloween costume, there's a real statement behind the bevy of barrettes. In the face of pervasive group-mindedness, a rigid social order, and cultural reticence, the Decora have figured out a way to break free. In the first episode of our new documentary series, Style Out There, our host Asha Leo travels to Harajuku to meet with street fashion superstars, like 90884 designer Kurebayashi, Junnyan, and Shoichi Aoki, the founder of FRUiTS magazine, to peel back the rainbow-colored stickers and uncover the depth behind Decora. Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For all Style Out There episodes, go to: http://bit.ly/Style-Out-There For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: http://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: http://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: http://instagram.com/refinery29
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Casuals : The Last Subculture in English Football
 
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Eli explores a movement which started in the 70’s and is still influential today in England, Casuals. Subscribe to Copa90: http://bit.ly/Copa90Subscribe Special thanks to Natterjacks: http://www.natterjacks.com/ Check out our new website: http://bit.ly/Copa90 Fan Film Fund Football fans we want to hear about the most interesting characters, unlikely derbies, unique perspectives and personal experiences, tell us your stories and turn them into cinematic gold. Pitch with a tweet. Tweet us your football story to @Hyundai_UK and @Copa90 using #FanFilmFund. https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=%40Hyundai_UK%20%40Copa90%20%23fanfilmfund&source=webclient About Copa90: Copa90 is the football channel that knows there is no final whistle. Pitch, laptop, or console, the game never stops. So after you've scored a golazo, watched the big match, or smashed someone at Fifa15, head to Copa90 and check out the Eurofan, Comments Below, Derby Days and KSI's Uni Beast. The Game Never Stops Music Licensed By: Cuesongs: Toydrum - Boxing Day The Ramona Flowers - Skeleton Key (Inst) Ad music: The Jam - Going Underground New Order - Blue Monday The Stone Roses - Sally Cinnamon The Libertines - Can’t stand me now The best football videos on YouTube. Subscribe now! Youtube Channel - http://bit.ly/Copa90YT Twitter - http://bit.ly/Copa90TW Instagram - http://bit.ly/1Lx2Eny Facebook - http://bit.ly/Copa90FB Google+ - http://bit.ly/Copa90G Snapchat - copa90official Leave us a comment below!
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Teddy Boys, Mods, Skinheads, Punks, Youth Culture
 
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Teddy Boys, Mods, Skinheads, Punks. Music youth culture punk sex pistols rock mods rockers teddy boys 50's 60's 70's new wave rockabilly elvis bill haley little richard jerry lee lewis England Britain London Manchester Liverpool 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 Ian Dury and the Blockheads, Sham 69, The Clash, The Jam, Buzzcocks, The Stranglers, Siouxsie and the Banshees were an English rock band formed in London in 1976 by vocalist Siouxsie Sioux and bass guitarist Steven Severin. The Dammed. Joy Division were an English rock band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Mancheste. Blondie, The Who, Beatles. Combat 84 were an English Oi! band active during the early 1980s. Formed in 1981 in Chelsea, London by skinheads 'Chubby' Chris Henderson and 'Deptford' John Armitage, Combat 84 rose to national prominence after being featured in a controversial 1982 BBC Arena documentary about the skinhead movement.
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Here's What Gangs From All Over the World Look Like
 
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Very few think about it, but almost every country has its low-class gangsters. And each of them has their own specific subculture and style. TIMESTAMPS France – Racaille (rah-KYE) 0:29 USA – White trash 1:09 England – Chavs 1:53 Japan – Yankii 2:36 India – Tapori 3:17 Spain – Cani 4:02 Scotland – Ned 4:43 Israel – Ars 5:23 South Africa – Zef 6:06 Russia – Gopnik 6:46 SUMMARY - Racaille as true Frenchmen possesses a flawless style. They prefer Lacoste, wear Lacoste belt bags, and think that the height of style is pants tucked into socks. - In America, poor white people are often shortly called ”white-trash.” This term goes back to the 1820s and allegedly was invented by African Americans to disparage local poor white people. - The term “chav” came from a Romani word “chavvi,” which means “a child.” Chavs live in poor suburban districts. London traffic is too heavy for them. - Yankii are working-class Japanese youngsters. They are not tough guys like the yakuza, of course. But they are famous for being loud, rude, and refusing to take part in the strict manners of Japanese culture. - Tapori are street thugs from Mumbai. Their motto is "Milking a dummy is saint." That's why their main activity is hustling tourists. - Cani is very easy to spot a Southern-Spanish thug: they look as if they’ve just robbed a pawnshop, wearing multiple rings, gold chains, and other accessories. They like to listen to loud music on public transport, always playing club music out loud. - “Ned” is actually a short version for “non-educated delinquent.” Neds live in the poorer areas of Scottish suburbs. Unlike their English counterparts, these gentlemen are very aggressive, and they can drink huge amounts of alcohol with very little effect. - Arsim is a unique phenomenon in thug subculture because they are mostly religious. They often prefer national headwear to the standard baseball cap. - In the past, Zefs were wealthy but uneducated snobs who drove Ford Zephyrs. Then they degraded, but they still try to demonstrate style and wealth. - A Russian gopnik is a small predator of the criminal world. Gopniks also usually come from the dysfunctional background. They often spend their time squatting in groups and drinking beer. Do you know any other interesting facts about low-class gangs in your country? Tell us in the comment section below. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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The Influence of Youth Subcultures on the Fashion Industry
 
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Fashion. It seems to rotate trends and styles every second. At the start there seems to so much hype when something unique is created, however after a while the mass-production and dilution of the trend eventually more often than not, will cause it to die. Contemporary fashion lights up trends and then covers them with an oversized shadow in no time. However, here is proof that youth subcultures are here to stay.
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"Fashion is a Story of Youth Culture" Jessica Glasscock (Fashion Historian) | VFILES
 
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Jessica Glasscock, research associate in the Costume Institute & Parsons professor, sits down with us at 12 Mercer to discuss the value of style, self-expression & the importance of knowing your fashion history. Follow Jessica Glasscock on VFILES: https://www.vfiles.com/profile/jessicaglasscock/vfiles VFILES is the place to discover, collaborate, and create what’s next. Enter our world: http://www.vfiles.com/ Follow VFILES everywhere ^_^ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/vfiles Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vfiles/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevfiles/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/VFILES
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i-D Meets: Tokyo's Genderless Youth
 
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Tokyo’s hypnotic youth movement are rejecting ideas of fashion defining sexuality. We’ll learn how and why the movement came about in 2016, and meet the pioneers behind Tokyo’s most boundary pushing scene. We meet the Tokyo youth celebrating genderless fashion. Using make-up, clothes and Instagram filters, these young people are challenging international social norms and drawing on anime's fluid beauty standards. Director Taichi Kimura Producers Naoya Watanabe, Taro Mikami, Benedict Turnbull Global Executive Producer Eloise King Production Companies Caviar (UK), Cekai (Japan) Cavier Executive Producer Katie Dolan Director of Photography Shoyo Miyao Editor Isolde Penwarden Colourist Benjamin Rozario Sound Mix Guy Chase Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa Rights & Clearances Cristina Lombardo Music Supervisor Alex Benge Music Coordinator Bonnie Reilly Studio Manager Polly Williams Production Accountant David Gray Equipment Manager Richard Smith Equipment Assistant Henry Cotsford Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard Commercial Creative Director Bunny Kinney VP Production, UK Bree Horn Production Executive Shelley Hurley Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Channel Manager, UK Jordan Joseph Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/id_magazine Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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10 WEIRD Fashion Subcultures You Won't Believe Actually Exist
 
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10 Popular Fashion Subcultures You Never Noticed 10 DIY Edible School Supplies / Prank Your Friends! https://youtu.be/qWCG9g9HGgo Subscribe: https://goo.gl/Hnoaw3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Are you interested in seeing how people dress and live in other parts of the world? If so, we’re going to give you a peek at a few of the strangest subcultures to ever exist. Members of these groups have outrageous outfits, wear an extreme amount of makeup, and live their lives in accordance with the rules of their group. From Bronies who are obsessed with My Little Pony to the Ganguro Girls, the Visual Keis, and the Rockabillies in Japan, we’re going to explore what these trends are really like. This is 10 WEIRD Fashion Subcultures You Wont Believe Actually Exist. Seapunk is one underground trend that went mainstream after artists like Rihanna and Azealia Banks embraced its ‘90s aesthetic. This subculture is in stark contrast to other movements, such as Nu Goth. This group takes classic elements from traditional goth styles and pairs them with pastel and brightly-colored hair. One of the creepiest subcultures to exist is Lolita. It originates from Japan, and the women all don Victorian-inspired get ups each and every day. Just wait until you see the pictures of these women in their Lolita garb. You’ve got to see it to believe it! Another Japanese subculture is called Shironuri. This group wears full-length bodysuits for a very good reason. You’ll have to watch our video to find out the reason behind their costumes! If you’d like to learn more about strange fashion subcultures, including the Cutesters in London, make sure to watch our video. Let us know in the comments which of these fashion and cultural trends shocked you the most. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTalko Twitter: https://twitter.com/thetalko Instagram: https://instagram.com/the_talko ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.thetalko.com/
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How Much is Your Outfit? - THIS KID HAS GUCCI SOCKS!!!
 
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How much is your outfit in MILAN PART 1 OF 2. Italy Milan Fashion Week, How Much is your outfit? ► Click Here to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nWHJEh Here are all my social links: ► Instagram: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1UXQGpw ► Facebook: http://bit.ly/1OsU538 ► Twitter: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1Yv9EZU ► Snapchat: kof-kacca For business enquiries: ► Email: [email protected] If you are new, my YouTube channel is about documenting the millenium- the youth culture. Showing street fashion, high fashion street culture, sub culture events, parties and shows. I document the London youth culture, making viewers feel as if they were part of the event and not missing out.
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I Got Transformed Into a Japanese Lolita Girl | Harajuku, Japan
 
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Experience the Japanese street fashion Lolita in Tokyo, Japan. Thank you to this Harajuku studio for the Lolita girl transformation: http://www.maison-de-julietta.com/. Be sure to click subscribe & turn on the notifications! Lolita fashion is a fashion subculture from Japan emerged during the 1990s as a radical form of street style. It is both kawaii, Victorian, and diverse in its presentation. Harajuku girls began taking the streets of Tokyo and their fashion can now be found all around the world! The outfit I'm dressed in today is part of Sweet Lolita style, with its dolls, cuddly toys that is in reference to Victorian children's literature - very similar to an Alice in Wonderland look! But there is also Gothic Lolita or Punk Lolita style. I never thought I'd get to experience this side of Japanese culture and I'm glad to have let my inner Lolita twirl! More Tokyo Travel videos here: https://youtu.be/ORgodvrL4cQ?t=3s TRAVEL TOKYO Get your Tokyo unlimited 4G wifi here: http://bit.ly/TokyoWifi Get your Tokyo unlimited metro pass here: http://bit.ly/TokyoMetroPass We stayed at a traditional tiny Japanese room on Airbnb! Get $40 off your first room booking: http://www.airbnb.com/c/tlee1980 Thanks Kev for filming. Check out his channel: http://bit.ly/checkoutkev MERCH Shop YUMMY af merch at: https://crewneck.shop/CupofTJ FREE TRAINING Enroll in my 3-part video series to becoming a travel vlogger: http://bitly.com/ViewingtoVlogging CAMERA GEAR Small Vlogging Camera: https://amzn.to/2KmABwJ Big Camera: https://amzn.to/2jdzTFK My Everyday Lens: https://amzn.to/2jfuNc3 Full gear list here: http://bit.ly/cupoftjgear MUSIC 1st song: Amenable Introductions from Epidemic (link below) 2nd song: Toobs Snack by https://davidcuttermusic.com/ 3rd song: Bubble and Squeak from Epidemic (link below) Epidemic Sound is where I find modern copyright free music for vlogs! Sign up here to get a whole month of free music download: http://share.epidemicsound.com/tj PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/cupoftj INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/cupoftj FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thecupoftj
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Youth Trends 2018 - Which fashion brands are trending among 16-24s?
 
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Sign up to our weekly Youth Trends Update newsletter: http://eepurl.com/deJ_az Voxburner are youth culture experts and creators of YMS, the world's largest youth marketing festival. We run annual events in London, New York, Berlin and San Francisco, attended by the biggest names in youth marketing. YMS London 2018 speakers include Facebook, Snapchat, Monzo and ITV. Get tickets: http://ymsldn.voxburner.com
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Why Japanese Women Are Dressing Like Chicanas | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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On this episode of Style Out There, our host, Connie Wang, travels to Nagoya, Japan to speak to the women there who style themselves after Chicanas. These women have taken inspiration from Latina women and are making it their own. Watch this week's Style Out There to see how fine of a line this trend walks! ABOUT SERIES In fashion, what's seen on the streets is just as important as what goes down the runway. R29's Style Out There takes a look at the drastically different subcultures around the world, examining the myriad influences that color what we wear — and why. ABOUT REFINERY29 Refinery29 is a modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. http://refinery29.com/ RELATED CONTENT What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like https://youtube.com/watch?v=WblNctc3ys0 How Luxury Streetwear Shaped Calabasas https://youtube.com/watch?v=ElghrCC2Rbs The Dark Side Of Harajuku You Haven't Seen Yet https://youtube.com/watch?v=1Wsk3Oa_3F8 SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS http://refinery29.com/video SUBSCRIBE TO REFINERY29 Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: https://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/ TALENT Follow Mona on Instagram: https://instagram.com/monajapan/ Follow Ayaka on Instagram: https://instagram.com/shinoviayaka/ Follow Connie Wang on Instagram: https://instagram.com/conconwang/ Follow Unbothered on Instagram:  https://instagram.com/r29unbothered/ Follow OnHerTurf on Instagram: https://instagram.com/onherturf/ Follow Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/
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China’s Youth Breaking Through The Great Firewall
 
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In the latest instalment of Global Street Style, i-D gets to know Shanghai's bold new generation of artists, designers and musicians working their way around China's Great Firewall. With a strong focus on nurturing local sounds and producing new aesthetics, youth in China are determined, VPN-savvy and creatively thriving. Forward-thinking music and fashion collectives like Asian Dope Boys and Genome 6.66 Mbp are bringing an energetic new Chinese crowd into the clubs, whilst young designers and stylists, like Joey and Yin, are flipping the Made In China label on its head by utilising access to factories to create their own clothing lines. With no cultural nostalgia, and a bright future ahead of them, i-D meets the unstoppable creative youthquake of Shanghai. Narrator Leala-Rain Shonaiya Director Taichi Kimura Global Executive Producer Eloise King Producer Kate Villevoye, Benedict Turnbull Local Production Company Shoot In China Fixer Tu Qiankun Local Producers Matt Clarke, Clark Wang Executive Producers, Caviar Katie Dolan, Danielle Manca Director of Photography Jack Wilkinson Camera Assistants Li Chun Hua, Guo Hui Sound Recordist Wu Zong Editor Isolde Penwarden Sound Mix Matt Cheney Colourist Caroline Morin at CHEAT Graphic Designer Na Yon Cho Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa, Katerina Valaskova Translators Clark Wang, Matt Clarke Director of Licensing Cristina Lombardo Senior Music Supervisor, EMEA Alex Benge Music Supervisor Bonnie Reilly Senior Designer Rebecca Boyd-Wallis Designer Kristina Britton Production Accountant David Gray Equipment Supervisor Henry Cotsford Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard Senior VP Production, UK BREE HORN Head of Post Production DANIEL ELIAS Channel Manager, UK JORDAN JOSEPH Music "Untitled" Written and Performed by Tzusing "EMSYGYDL" Written and Performed by 33EMYBW Courtesy of D Force Records "Black Pepper 炎" Written and Performed by Hyph11e Courtesy of SVBKVLT "Untitled 2" Written and Performed by Tzusing "Medusa" Written and Performed by 33EMYBW Courtesy of D Force Records "Et" Written and Performed by Scintii Courtesy of Eternal Dragonz "Papier" Written and Performed by Scintii Courtesy of Eternal Dragonz "Just Chill" Written and Performed by VROSKIII "Speak To Me 呓语 ft. Sharon Stewart" Written and Performed by Hyph11e and Sharon Stewart Courtesy of SVBKVLT "Unknown Number 未知 (M.E.S.H. Remix)" Written and Performed by Hyph11e and M.E.S.H Courtesy of SVBKVLT Photos Courtesy of Tianzhuo Chen, Asian Dope Boys, Pei Yu Shen, Syouka, Ren WeiXing, Diminish, Julietastegood, Under Photo, Genome 6.66 Mbp Archival Video Courtesy of Asian Dope Boys Special Thanks Kim Laughton, Wang Newone, Ross Miles, Gareth Williams, Preme, Yuyintang Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_D Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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What is YOUTH SUBCULTURE? What does YOUTH SUBCULTURE mean? YOUTH SUBCULTURE meaning & explanation
 
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What is YOUTH SUBCULTURE? What does YOUTH SUBCULTURE mean? YOUTH SUBCULTURE meaning - YOUTH SUBCULTURE definition - YOUTH SUBCULTURE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A youth subculture is a youth-based subculture with distinct styles, behaviors, and interests. Youth subcultures offer participants an identity outside of that ascribed by social institutions such as family, work, home and school. Youth subcultures that show a systematic hostility to the dominant culture are sometimes described as countercultures. Youth music genres are associated with many youth subcultures, such as hip hop, punks, emos, ravers, Juggalos, metalheads and goths. The study of subcultures often consists of the study of the symbolism attached to clothing, music, other visible affections by members of the subculture, and also the ways in which these same symbols are interpreted by members of the dominant culture. Socioeconomic class, gender, intelligence, conformity, morality, and ethnicity can be important in relation to youth subcultures. Youth subcultures can be defined as meaning systems, modes of expression or lifestyles developed by groups in subordinate structural positions in response to dominant systems — and which reflect their attempt to solve structural contradictions rising from the wider societal context. The term scene can refer to an exclusive subculture or faction. Scenes are distinguished from the broad culture through either fashion; identification with specific (sometimes obscure or experimental) musical genres or political perspectives; and a strong in-group or tribal mentality. The term can be used to describe geographic subsets of a subculture, such as the Detroit drum and bass scene or the London goth scene. Early studies in youth culture were mainly produced by functionalist sociologists, and focus on youth as a single form of culture. In explaining the development of the culture, they utilized the concept of anomie. Talcott Parsons argued that as we move from the family and corresponding values to another sphere with differing values, (e.g. the workplace) we would experience an "anomie situation." The generalizations involved in this theory ignore the existence of subcultures. Marxist theories account for some diversity, because they focus on classes and class-fractions rather than youth as a whole. Stuart Hall and Tony Jefferson described youth subcultures as symbolic or ritualistic attempts to resist the power of bourgeois hegemony by consciously adopting behavior that appears threatening to the establishment. Conversely, Marxists of the Frankfurt School of social studies argue that youth culture is inherently consumerist and integral to the divide-and-rule strategy of capitalism. They argue that it creates generation gaps and pits groups of youths against each other (e.g. mods and rockers), especially as youth culture is the dominant culture in the west. Interactionist theorist Stan Cohen argues youth subcultures are not coherent social groupings that arise spontaneously as a reaction to social forces, but that mass media labeling results in the creation of youth subcultures by imposing an ideological framework in which people can locate their behavior. Post-structuralist theories of subculture utilize many of the ideas from these other theories, including hegemony and the role of the media. In his book, Subculture: The Meaning of Style, Dick Hebdige describes subcultures as a reaction of subordinated groups that challenge the hegemony of the dominant culture. This theory accounts for factors such as gender, ethnicity and age. Youth can be seen as a subordinate group in relation to the dominant, adult society......
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Global Youth Culture Fashion & Marketing Trends : Fashion Lives On
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowbeauty Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowbeauty The current trend in the fashion market is that you have to have a higher consciousness. Find out about global youth culture fashion and marketing trends with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip. Expert: Sarah Nisperos Filmmaker: Marton Varo Series Description: Fashion is constantly evolving, so you always want to make sure that you keep up with the latest trends to prevent yourself from getting left behind. Get tips on fashion with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video series.
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60 Amazing Photos Showing Youth Culture and Street Style Fashion in California From 1969-1973
 
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60 Amazing Photos Showing Youth Culture and Street Style Fashion in California From 1969-1973
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A Local’s Guide to Chicano Style in Los Angeles | American Women | Vogue
 
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“In high school I used be hella about that pinup life,” says 20-year-old Sailor Gonzales, a Los Angeles Latina studying fashion design and Chicano studies with whom Vogue spent a day traversing L.A.’s skate parks and thrift stores—and exploring her closet. Family is important to Gonzales—living up to what the generations before her strived for by coming to America—as is not becoming a fashion trend to be copped and claimed by outsiders.  Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub CONNECT WITH VOGUE Web: http://www.vogue.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/voguemagazine Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vogue Google+: http://plus.google.com/+Vogue Instagram: http://instagram.com/voguemagazine Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/voguemagazine Tumblr: http://vogue.tumblr.com The Scene: http://thescene.com/vogue Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene ABOUT VOGUE Vogue is the authority on fashion news, culture trends, beauty coverage, videos, celebrity style, and fashion week updates. A Local’s Guide to Chicano Style in Los Angeles | American Women | Vogue
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The Dark Side Of Harajuku Style You Haven't Seen Yet | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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On this episode of Style Out There, our host, Connie Wang, takes us to Tokyo to meet the individuals pioneering the Harajuku subculture of Kawaii, more specifically Yami Kawaii. This style of fashion accentuates cuteness while incorporating symbols that represent death. Watch this episode of Style Out There to delve deeper into this morbid trend in Tokyo! ABOUT SERIES In fashion, what's seen on the streets is just as important as what goes down the runway. R29's Style Out There takes a look at the drastically different subcultures around the world, examining the myriad influences that color what we wear — and why. ABOUT REFINERY29 Refinery29 is a modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. http://refinery29.com/ RELATED CONTENT What Harajuku Girls Really Look Like https://youtube.com/watch?v=WblNctc3ys0 India's Transgender Community: The Hijra https://youtube.com/watch?v=mgw7M-JAB... How Korean Couples Do PDA https://youtube.com/watch?v=knYb8E9ohCw SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS http://refinery29.com/video SUBSCRIBE TO REFINERY29 Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: https://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/ TALENT Follow Connie Wang on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/conconwang/
Views: 6959380 Refinery29
Fashioning Memory: Vintage Style and Youth Culture (Dress and Fashion Research)
 
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Fashioning Memory: Vintage Style and Youth Culture (Dress and Fashion Research)
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Counterfeit Culture | Seoul: A Look Inside Korea’s Fake Fashion World
 
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Part II Counterfeit Culture Moscow https://youtu.be/MwJTT1D2PbE In recent years, Korea has emerged as one of the world’s fastest-growing fashion markets. Koreans are obsessed with fashion, and the country produces scores of talented designers, many of whom are now breaking out onto the global stage. Beneath the surface, though, there’s an insane market for counterfeit streetwear. Of course, you can find fake clothing all over the globe, but there’s places in Seoul that are selling convincing knock-offs of hyped brands like Raf Simons, Off-White, Balenciaga and Fear Of God. Credits EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Thomas Jamison PRODUCER / PRESENTER Alec Leach ASSITANT PRODUCER Kam Dhillon VIDEOGRAPHY Ollie Walker EDIT / DESIGN Robin Thomson Louie McPherson SOUND DESIGN Joscha Baltes FEATURING Elise Hu Young Jon Koo FOLLOW US Facebook: https://facebook.com/highsnobiety Twitter: https://twitter.com/highsnobiety Instagram: https://instagram.com/highsnobiety/ View more Highsnobiety videos here: http://hsnob.co/qh67
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East LA Youth Culture mini doc
 
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This mini-documentary is a student project by Pilar Tompkins Rivas, prepared for the Visual Research Methodologies Course at Claremont Graduate University. It was made with appropriated source material available on the internet. Academic sources: Brake, Mike. Comparative Youth Culture: The Sociology of Youth Cultures and Youth Subcultures in America, Britain and Canada, (1985). Hall, Stuart and Tony Jefferson. Resistance through Rituals: Youth Subcultures in Postwar Britain, (1976), Artists and (known) photographers featured: Asco Angela Boatwright Gregory Bojorquez Rafael Cardenas Oscar Castillo Richard Duardo Pete Galindo Diane Gamboa Willie Herron III Guadalupe Rosales Shizu Saldamando John Valadez (Known) Videographers and Documentarians featured: Angela Boatwright Pete Galindo I-d Joanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-LaValle Groups: Mongols Motorcycle Club Ovarian Psychos Musicians featured: Alice Bag Joy Division Lysa Flores Los Illegals Mariachi Manchester The Brat The Smiths Underground Alliance Musical tracks: “Whittier Boulevard” by Thee Midnighters “Strawberry Fields Forever” by La Santa Cecilia Video footage sources: Vans Warped Tour Presents: East L.A.'s Underground Alliance: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xJkbENfZ8M Marc Jacobs Tribes: Greasers and Pin-Ups in East LA www.youtube.com/watch?v=VASQk3RxVnI “East LA Gangs” featured on 60 minutes (1978) www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Cv2TURyXw8 “Gangster Girls” segment on Leeza Gibbons talk show, circa 1990s www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd4Cngl_Bfw Vexing: Female Voices of East LA Punk www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f1zA-dXlyU Mariachi Manchester at Eastside Luv www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4Go0GVPWVo East LA Taiko Featuring Lysa Flores - Love Will Tear Us Apart www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5s7HmKpGfk Ovarian Psycos - teaser vimeo.com/158100366 Archival resources: Guadalupe Rosales instagram www.instagram.com/veteranas_and_rucas/ Los Angeles Public Library Photo Archive Mongols Motorcycle Club history http://mongolsmc.com/sub/history
Views: 464899 Pilar Tompkins Rivas
Inside Gosha Rubchinskiy’s Post-Soviet Generation
 
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In this episode of Global Street Style, i-D heads to Russia for exclusive backstage access to Gosha Rubchinskiy’s spring/summer 18 show in St. Petersburg, and to meet the prolific post-1991 generation carving out their own future. This is the first generation of Russian youth to have grown up after the fall of the Soviet Union, and are looking inwards to the Eastern Bloc for inspiration, rather than the wider Western world. With designers like Gosha Rubchinskiy popularising post-Soviet style around the world, we discover what effect the former Soviet Union has had on modern creativity, the impact of this cultural explosion on the rest of the world, and what it is to be young in Russia today. Director Tom Ivin Producer Declan Higgins Global Executive Producer Eloise King Researcher Lily Rose Thomas Director of Photography Sasha Kulak Assistant Camera Alexandr Cherviakov Sound Recordist Anton Baranov Fixer Pavel Milovidov, You Ask We Fix Editor Isolde Penwarden Colourist George Dutton Sound Mix Guy Chase Narrator Leala-Rain Shonaiya Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa Translator Natalia Yudina Rights & Clearances Cristina Lombardo Music Supervisor Alex Benge Music Coordinator Bonnie Reilly Senior Designer Rebecca Boyd-Wallis Designer Kristina Britton Production Accountant David Gray Equipment Manager Richard Smith Equipment Assistant Henry Cotsford Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard Commercial Creative Director Bunny Kinney VP Production, UK Bree Horn Production Executive Shelley Hurley Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Channel Manager, UK Jordan Joseph Music “Ariadna” Written and Performed by Yana Kedrina Courtesy of 2MR “XFaw”, “Arm Industrial”, “Rassveting” (as performed on Gosha Rubchinskiy Spring/Summer 18 soundtrack) “Dub Hole”, “SH-min”, “Dubber Funk”, “Beats One”, “Cxema-303”, “Silent Elektro” Written and Performed by Pavel Milyakov Courtesy of Buttechno Photos Courtesy of Tolia Titaev, Valentin Fufaev, Lumpen Agency, Sasha Mademuaselle, Artem Nanushyan, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Igor Bystriy Archival Video Courtesy of Ulya Trukhina, Sargon Khinoev, Tolia Titaev, Gosha Rubchinskiy Special Thanks Anna Foresman at Comme Des Garçons, Justinian Kfoury at Total World, Sasha Mademuaselle. Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/i_D Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Views: 829258 i-D
How Korean Couples Do PDA | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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For some couples, doing “couply” things comes naturally, whether that's sharing a whole dictionary of inside jokes, always splitting entrees, or acknowledging anniversaries with an elaborate tradition. But, those lovebirds have nothing on the twosomes in South Korea who’ve created a micro industry around celebrating relationships. There are couple cafes, couple movie theaters, couple holidays, couple phone apps, and — of course — couple clothes. In a community where most young adults live at home until they’re ready to get married, and public displays of affection are deeply discouraged, Korean couples have embraced this kind of matchy-matchy dressing as a non-verbal way to communicate that, yes, they’re on the same team. For the second episode of Style Out There, Asha Leo lands in Seoul, South Korea to get an idea of what compels young pairs to carefully coordinate their outfits, and try out the trend for herself. Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 In case you missed the first episode, click over to see Asha travel to Harajuku to meet with its Decora girls: http://bit.ly/SOT-Japan For all Style Out There episodes, go to: http://bit.ly/Style-Out-There To see more matching couples, check out: http://bit.ly/matching-couples For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: http://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: http://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: http://instagram.com/refinery29
Views: 1538939 Refinery29
Exploring Ukraine's Underground Rave Revolution
 
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The 2014 revolution brought Kiev nightlife to a complete standstill. As protests turned into riots, and government security forces opened fire on protestors, the country fell into crisis. But out of the ashes of revolution has risen a new generation. Slava Lepsheev, who’d lost his job because of the financial crisis triggered by the war, had had enough, and started Cxema, a raw, hard and hypnotic techno rave that he took to whatever semi-legal venue he could set a soundsystem up in. So together with Slava, and the city’s brightest young lights, we followed young Kiev as they prepared for a night at Cxema, from building the venue to watching the sunrise break. Director Tom Ivin Producer Kate Villevoye Local Fixer Lyuba Knorozok, Dmitry Kolchinsky Director of Photography Jack Reynolds Sound Denys Ryskal, Andrii Vaskovski, Viktor Savin Lighting Stanislav Bezpechnyi Production Assistant Andrii Bezliudnyi Editor Paul Frankl, Rebecca Gin Colourist Oisín O’Driscoll at The Mill Sound Mix Guy Chase Narrator Leala-Rain Shonaiya Script Clive Martin, Matthew Whitehouse Translations Yelena Kensborn Music Voin Uruwu feat. Valta - Hunters and Gatherers Voin Uruwu - Forest Theme Stanislav Tolkachev - Sometimes Everything Is Wrong Lollibou - Crimson Tune Wulffius - In the Pines’ Crowns (Wicked Bass Records 2016) Stanislav Tolkachev - Right Angle Voin Oruwu - A-mplification Archive courtesy of Vice News, Slava Lepsheev, Unkle Dee, Aleksey Olin Global Executive Producer Ravi Amaratunga Supervising Producer Eloise King Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Assistant Lily Rose Thomas Assistant Producer Stephen Isaac-Wilson Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa Commercial Creative Director Bunny Kinney Talent Producer Declan Higgins Head of Production Bree Horn Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Post Production Administrator Laura Davidson Special Thanks Slava Lepsheev, Dima Kovalyov, iZone, Anastasiia Fedorova Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/i_d Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Views: 2039545 i-D
The Relationship between Fashion and Culture
 
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Intensive Production Project, Term One, 2016. Blog: https://intensiveproductionharrietritson.wordpress.com/ Music is not my own.
Views: 729 Harriet Ritson
60 Amazing  Photographs Captured Youth Culture and Street Style Fashion in California From 1969   19
 
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For a period of ten years, beginning in the mid-1960s, Nacio Jan Brown photographed virtually all of the major anti-war and social protest movement activities in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographs were published widely in the “underground” press of the times. In addition his work has appeared in many books, magazines, and newspapers worldwide, including art historian Peter Selz’s recent book, The Art of Engagement: Visual Politics California and Beyond. As a photographer for the San Francisco Express Times, an underground weekly newspaper, Brown would sit in Caffe Mediterraneum on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley and wait for a riot to arrive. “On this one segment of one street were flower children and riots, hard drugs and Jesus freaks, left-wing intellectuals and psychedelics, natural foods and runaways. From the time I began to photograph for the underground press in the mid-sixties, I planned to document the life on this block. In 1969 I started. I felt that the counterculture was beginning to fragment. While most people on the block still identified more with each other than with those outside, tension was increasing and things were changing fast.”
Views: 194 Faramel
HARAJUKU! The Center of Japan's Youth Culture! | JAPAN101
 
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In this episode of Japan 101 I take you to Harajuku, Tokyo Japan! Harajuku is the center of Japanese youth culture & Fasion. Definetly go check it out when you're in Japan! Help Us Reach 100k Subscribers! HIT THE LINK: https://goo.gl/Nr87tB Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SammitTheYoutuber Instagram - @sammit01 My Company - Otaku Garage: Website: https://www.otakugarage.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OtakuGarage.com.au/
Views: 1474 SAMMIT
How Much is Your Outfit? - Milan Fashion Week
 
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How much is your outfit in MILAN PART 2 OF 2. Everyone in Milan with their Yeezy's!!! So many nice outfits but the winner was chosen and he won €100. ► Click Here to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nWHJEh Here are all my social links: ► Instagram: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1UXQGpw ► Facebook: http://bit.ly/1OsU538 ► Twitter: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1Yv9EZU ► Snapchat: kof-kacca For business enquiries: ► Email: [email protected] If you are new, my YouTube channel is about documenting the millenium- the youth culture. Showing street fashion, high fashion street culture, sub culture events, parties and shows. I document the London youth culture, making viewers feel as if they were part of the event and not missing out.
Views: 1241655 The Unknown Vlogs
Fashion and Youth culture!? America mura [American Village] in Namba, Osaka!! #112
 
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America mura [American Village] is one of the most popular youth culture street in Shinsaibashi, Osaka. There are many unique stores, and Misc stores. Also this is the place where "Fashionable people" go, so you might find "interesting people" there as well !! ------------------------------------------------------------ The videos I introduced in the video!! Teaching rabbit give paw trick (shake) , mini rex can give paw !? #105 https://youtu.be/Ok6PeebbMh4 ------------------------------------------------------------------ Please subscribe to my channel, I will be super super happy♪ and your comment encourages me a lot, so I would really appreciate if you can leave a comment on the video♪ Thank you very much !! Please check my instagram : https://www.instagram.com/rion_tv_japan/?hl=ja
Views: 127 Rion Ishida
Counterfeit Culture Moscow: Inside the Russian Fashion Black Market
 
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For the second installment of Counterfeit Culture, Highsnobiety’s first-ever documentary series, we headed to Moscow to find what’s driving Russia’s thriving market for fake streetwear. Russia’s counterfeit industry stretches back decades, to when Communism isolated the country from Western products. Now, almost 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia’s borders are open, but a fragile economy, international sanctions and low wages has kept the country’s demand for fakes alive and well. DIRECTOR / EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Thomas Jamison PRESENTER / PRODUCER Alec Leach DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Robin Thomson ART DIRECTION Louie McPherson EDITOR Louie McPherson Robin Thomson ASSISTANT PRODUCER Kiril Astrakhantsev SECOND CAMERA Sergey Kostromin Dana Reeves ÖMANKÖ x OZIO SOUND DESIGN Joscha Baltes TRANSLATION Anni Tabagua SPECIAL THANKS TO Johan Kropp Mischa Smeljanskij Nikita Seltsov Sam Walker FOLLOW US Facebook: https://facebook.com/highsnobiety Twitter: https://twitter.com/highsnobiety Instagram: https://instagram.com/highsnobiety/ View more Highsnobiety videos here: http://hsnob.co/qh67
Views: 258734 Highsnobiety
This Is The Era | Style Is Everything With Xiao Ji | VANS
 
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“I like colours, colours are everywhere and they inspire me, I’m inspired to do what I do and if you stay true to yourself you will have your own style!” - Xiao Ji, Vans China team rider Music: “Cherry” by Chair Model (Album: II-EP) SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1aIFFTY Connect with VANS: http://bit.ly/1uPubcu Facebook: http://bit.ly/29CDdc4 Twitter: http://bit.ly/29AT0Gz Instagram: http://bit.ly/29wXHB5 Pinterest: http://bit.ly/29tf1Gs Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1Rjvlt7 About Vans: Vans®, a VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC) brand, is the original action sports footwear, apparel and accessories brand. Vans authentic collections are sold globally in more than 75 countries through a network of subsidiaries, distributors and international offices. Vans also owns and operates more than 450 retail locations around the world. The Vans brand promotes the action sports lifestyle, youth culture and creative self-expression through the support of athletes, musicians and artists and through progressive events and platforms such as the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing®, the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing, Vans Pool Party, Vans Custom Culture, Vans Warped Tour®, and Vans’ cultural hub and international music venue, the House of Vans. Vans Top Athletes: Anthony Van Engelen, Geoff Rowley, Kyle Walker, Chima Ferguson, Gilbert Crockett, Tony Trujillo, Joel Tudor, Leila Hurst, Nathan Fletcher, Dane Gudauskas, Tanner Gudauskas, Patrick Gudauskas, Dakota Roche, Scotty Cranmer, Jeff Grosso, Elijah Berle, Matthias Dandois, Tony Alva, Daan Van Der Linden, Jason Dill, Lizzie Armanto, Curren Caples, Bruno Hoffman. This Is The Era | Style Is Everything With Xiao Ji | VANS https://www.youtube.com/user/VansShoes66
Views: 391 Vans
Youth Culture
 
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Our English project :') I look so bad during the prep scene xD
Views: 309 Crunchie5566
Cynn’s genderless style breaks all the rules | Queering Fashion | Xtra
 
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Cynn, who identifies as femme, describes her fashion style as genderless, mixing both masculine and feminine clothing to achieve her look. Cynn thinks everyone should wear what they want and be who they are. “That's why I put on such a brave face and I put on crazy outfits, I wear crazy lipstick, because for people of colour we’ve been told that we’re not allowed to be different from anyone else,” she says. “We’re supposed to all kind of be the same.” Xtra is a Canadian channel for LGBT culture and news. For more LGBT news: http://www.dailyxtra.com/ Find us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dailyxtra/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dailyxtra
Views: 4248 Xtra
What Impact Does Fashion Have On The Youth Culture.mov
 
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This video is a university project that explores the world we live in that revolves around fashion....it taps into why people buy designers...and do they buy it just for fashion statements....Watch and comment
Views: 1676 gunnamakeamill
How Much is Your Outfit? - New York Fashion Week Meet Up
 
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How much is your outfit in New York city with the Unknown Family, Unknown Gods featuring a lot of Supreme, some Palace and a crazy expensive outfit over $3,000+ !!!!! Crazy expensive outfit!!!! ►Download SLYDE: https://itunes.apple.com/dk/app/slyde-app/id1277633164?l=da&mt=8 ► Shop Yeezys, Denim, Jackets & Tees here - http://bit.ly/ublasainuk ► Click Here to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nWHJEh Here are all my social links: ► Instagram: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1UXQGpw ► Facebook: http://bit.ly/1OsU538 ► Twitter: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1Yv9EZU ► Snapchat: kof-kacca For business enquiries: ► Email: [email protected] If you are new, my YouTube channel is about documenting the millenium- the youth culture. Showing street fashion, high fashion street culture, sub culture events, parties and shows. I document the London youth culture, making viewers feel as if they were part of the event and not missing out. https://soundcloud.com/oshjaylol/death-caps-pouya-x-bones-x-fat-nick-type-beat
Views: 1937760 The Unknown Vlogs
This Is The Era | Style Is Everything With Tony Alva | VANS
 
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“Style is everything - because if you are not making it look good when you are doing it then you are not doing it correctly.” - Tony Alva Music credits: “Mrs. Took” by NozeBleed (Album: Electro Groove) SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1aIFFTY Connect with VANS: http://bit.ly/1uPubcu Facebook: http://bit.ly/29CDdc4 Twitter: http://bit.ly/29AT0Gz Instagram: http://bit.ly/29wXHB5 Pinterest: http://bit.ly/29tf1Gs Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1Rjvlt7 About Vans: Vans®, a VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC) brand, is the original action sports footwear, apparel and accessories brand. Vans authentic collections are sold globally in more than 75 countries through a network of subsidiaries, distributors and international offices. Vans also owns and operates more than 450 retail locations around the world. The Vans brand promotes the action sports lifestyle, youth culture and creative self-expression through the support of athletes, musicians and artists and through progressive events and platforms such as the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing®, the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing, Vans Pool Party, Vans Custom Culture, Vans Warped Tour®, and Vans’ cultural hub and international music venue, the House of Vans. Vans Top Athletes: Anthony Van Engelen, Geoff Rowley, Kyle Walker, Chima Ferguson, Gilbert Crockett, Tony Trujillo, Joel Tudor, Leila Hurst, Nathan Fletcher, Dane Gudauskas, Tanner Gudauskas, Patrick Gudauskas, Dakota Roche, Scotty Cranmer, Jeff Grosso, Elijah Berle, Matthias Dandois, Tony Alva, Daan Van Der Linden, Jason Dill, Lizzie Armanto, Curren Caples, Bruno Hoffman. This Is The Era | Style Is Everything With Tony Alva | VANS https://www.youtube.com/user/VansShoes66
Views: 3696 Vans
Vanguards | Style, Creativity and Skateboarding Their Own Way | VANS
 
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There’s a new movement happening in skateboarding, one where creativity wins and style matters – and Vans skateboarders Lizzie Armanto, Yndiara Asp, Mami Tezuka and Brighton Zeuner are leading the charge. Watch as each reflects on their skating and how they’re fired up by the desire to do things their own way. #Vans #Skate #Vanguard #LizzieArmanto #YndiaraAsp #MamiTezuka #BrightonZeuner SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1aIFFTY About Vans Skate: Videos from the Vans Skate Team. Skate Team Members: Anthony Van Engelen, Gilbert Crockett, Chima Ferguson, Geoff Rowley, Tony Trujillo, Kyle Walker, Andrew Allen, Chris PFanner, Curren Caples, Daniel Lutheran, Dustin Dollin, Elijah Berle, Jason Dill, Omar Hassan, Pedro Barros, Alex Perelson, Lizzie Armanto, Rowan Zorilla, Ronnie Sandoval, Chris Russell, Christian Hosoi, Jeff Grosso, John Cardiel, Ray Barbee, Steve Caballero, Tony Alva Discover more Vans Skate Content: http://bit.ly/1NnIqeo Connect with Vans Skate: http://bit.ly/2ciueLk Tumblr: http://bit.ly/2bSRbVO Instagram: http://bit.ly/2cukY92 Twitter: http://bit.ly/2c6AsxZ Connect with VANS: http://bit.ly/1uPubcu Facebook: http://bit.ly/29CDdc4 Twitter: http://bit.ly/29AT0Gz Instagram: http://bit.ly/29wXHB5 Pinterest: http://bit.ly/29tf1Gs Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1Rjvlt7 About Vans: Vans®, a VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC) brand, is the original action sports footwear, apparel and accessories brand. Vans authentic collections are sold globally in more than 75 countries through a network of subsidiaries, distributors and international offices. Vans also owns and operates more than 450 retail locations around the world. The Vans brand promotes the action sports lifestyle, youth culture and creative self-expression through the support of athletes, musicians and artists and through progressive events and platforms such as the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing®, the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing, Vans Pool Party, Vans Custom Culture, Vans Warped Tour®, and Vans’ cultural hub and international music venue, the House of Vans. Vans Top Athletes: Anthony Van Engelen, Geoff Rowley, Kyle Walker, Chima Ferguson, Gilbert Crocket, Tony Trujillo, Joel Tudor, Leila Hurst, Nathan Fletcher, Dane Gudauskas, Tanner Gudauskas, Patrick Gudauskas, Dakota Roche, Scotty Cranmer Vanguards | Style, Creativity and Skateboarding Their Own Way | VANS https://www.youtube.com/user/VansShoes66
Views: 32268548 Vans
How Much is Your Outfit? - £4,000 OUTFIT AT MEET UP!!!!!
 
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How Much is Your Outfit? SNEAKERCON ft. £4,000 Outfit PART 15 ft expensive stupid crazy outfits at London Sneakercon. Featuring ZAPTIO: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP2tKS9N8rZlgWN4Nfo9wyg Follow me: instagram.com/icymukof/ ► Click Here to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nWHJEh Here are all my social links: ► Instagram: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1UXQGpw ► Facebook: http://bit.ly/1OsU538 ► Twitter: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1Yv9EZU ► Depop: @icymukof ► Snapchat: kof-kacca For business enquiries: ► Email: [email protected] If you are new, my YouTube channel is about documenting the millennium- the youth culture. Showing street fashion, high fashion street culture, subculture events, parties and shows. I document the London youth culture, making viewers feel as if they were part of the event and not missing out.
Views: 859197 The Unknown Vlogs
This Is The Era | Style Is Everything with Dough Boy | VANS
 
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“Style is everything I do and how I do everything, my style is me.” - Doughboy, Hong Kong music producer and rapper Music: “Suck Me” by Cook Classics (Album: Cook Classics Vs Now-Again) SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1aIFFTY Connect with VANS: http://bit.ly/1uPubcu Facebook: http://bit.ly/29CDdc4 Twitter: http://bit.ly/29AT0Gz Instagram: http://bit.ly/29wXHB5 Pinterest: http://bit.ly/29tf1Gs Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1Rjvlt7 About Vans: Vans®, a VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC) brand, is the original action sports footwear, apparel and accessories brand. Vans authentic collections are sold globally in more than 75 countries through a network of subsidiaries, distributors and international offices. Vans also owns and operates more than 450 retail locations around the world. The Vans brand promotes the action sports lifestyle, youth culture and creative self-expression through the support of athletes, musicians and artists and through progressive events and platforms such as the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing®, the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing, Vans Pool Party, Vans Custom Culture, Vans Warped Tour®, and Vans’ cultural hub and international music venue, the House of Vans. Vans Top Athletes: Anthony Van Engelen, Geoff Rowley, Kyle Walker, Chima Ferguson, Gilbert Crockett, Tony Trujillo, Joel Tudor, Leila Hurst, Nathan Fletcher, Dane Gudauskas, Tanner Gudauskas, Patrick Gudauskas, Dakota Roche, Scotty Cranmer, Jeff Grosso, Elijah Berle, Matthias Dandois, Tony Alva, Daan Van Der Linden, Jason Dill, Lizzie Armanto, Curren Caples, Bruno Hoffman. This Is The Era | Style Is Everything with Dough Boy | VANS https://www.youtube.com/user/VansShoes66
Views: 636 Vans
How Does Fashion Affect American Youth? : Fashion Lives On
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowbeauty Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowbeauty Fashion has been a cornerstone for how the youth want to communicate with the world. Find out about how fashion affects American youth with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip. Expert: Sarah Nisperos Filmmaker: Marton Varo Series Description: Fashion is constantly evolving, so you always want to make sure that you keep up with the latest trends to prevent yourself from getting left behind. Get tips on fashion with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video series.
Views: 444 ehowbeauty
My Style Destination Fashion Show - Youth Casual Wear brand
 
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My Style Destination - the youthful casual wear brand from the house of Siyaram's. Summer Spring Collection for youths.
Views: 2835 msdjeans
The Extreme Gone Mainstream?: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany
 
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Deutsches Haus at NYU and the University of Cologne New York Office present a conversation between Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hanjo Berressem, September 21, 2018 Deutsches Haus at NYU and the University of Cologne New York Office present a talk by Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Professor of Education and Sociology at the American University in Washington, DC, and former fellow of the Morphomata International Center for Advanced Studies at the University of Cologne, about her recent book "The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany" (Princeton University Press, 2018). Welcoming remarks are delivered by Consul Heiko Schwarz, Head of the Political Department of the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in New York. The talk is followed by a conversation between Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hanjo Berressem, Professor of American Literature and Culture at the University of Cologne, and DAAD Visiting Scholar at Deutsches Haus at NYU in September and October. The past decade has witnessed a steady increase in far right politics, social movements, and extremist violence in Europe. Scholars and policymakers have struggled to understand the causes and dynamics that have made the far right so appealing to so many people—in other words, that have made the extreme more mainstream. In this book, Cynthia Miller-Idriss examines how extremist ideologies have entered mainstream German culture through commercialized products and clothing laced with extremist, anti-Semitic, racist, and nationalist coded symbols and references. Drawing on a unique digital archive of thousands of historical and contemporary images, as well as scores of interviews with young people and their teachers in two German vocational schools with histories of extremist youth presence, Miller-Idriss shows how this commercialization is part of a radical transformation happening today in German far right youth subculture. She describes how these young people have gravitated away from the singular, hard-edged skinhead style in favor of sophisticated and fashionable commercial brands that deploy coded extremist symbols. Virtually indistinguishable in style from other popular clothing, the new brands desensitize far right consumers to extremist ideas and dehumanize victims. Required reading for anyone concerned about the global resurgence of the far right, The Extreme Gone Mainstream reveals how style and aesthetic representation serve as one gateway into extremist scenes and subcultures by helping to strengthen racist and nationalist identification and by acting as conduits of resistance to mainstream society. Cynthia Miller-Idriss is Professor of Education and Sociology at the American University in Washington, DC, and Senior Fellow at the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). Her primary research focuses on the cultural dimensions of radical and extreme right youth subcultures and school-based responses to radical and extreme youth engagement. Her most recent book is The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany. Miller-Idriss writes frequently for mainstream audiences on issues of youth radicalization, nationalism, education, and parenting, most recently for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Salon, and Fortune. In 2013-2014, she worked on The Extreme Gone Mainstream as part of her fellowship at the Morphomata International Center for Advanced Studies at the University of Cologne. Hanjo Berressem studied English Literature and Art History at the University of Aachen. During his studies, he received DAAD scholarships to spend a year at the University of Michigan and a year at Brown University. In 1994, he spent a year at the University of Berkeley. After finishing his Habilitation in 1996, he taught American Literature and Culture at the Universities of Bielefeld (1996–1998), Hannover (1998–2000), and Cologne, where he is currently teaching. He has recently finished two ‘complementary’ book manuscripts, one on Gilles Deleuze (Crystal Philosophy), the other on the notion of ‘Eigenvalue’ (Crystal Science). Professor Berressem will be a DAAD Visiting Scholar at Deutsches Haus at NYU in September and October. The University of Cologne was founded in 1388. It is one of the leading German research universities, offering an exceptionally diverse subject base. The University of Cologne’s New York Office cultivates relations with North American partner universities, organizes delegation visits, and serves as first point of contact for faculty, students, and other partners in the United States and Canada. "The Extreme Gone Mainstream?: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany and the U.S." is a DAAD-supported event. Additional support provided by the Consulate General of Germany in New York. A video by Laia Cabrera & Co. laiacabreraco.com
Views: 492 Deutsches Haus
Harajuku Fashion: Takeshita Street Adventure ★ ONLY in JAPAN #13 原宿探検&変身
 
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Harajuku is the center of Japanese Youth Fashion. Cute and colorful, the pop fashion culture is thriving here, and John Daub goes deep into it. He becomes a Harajuku guy! What exactly is Harajuku fashion? Let's cruise down Harajuku's famous Takeshita-Dori for the complete first-hand story. Joining John in this report is Michelle Branch, an international fashion consultant and buyer for Japanese Youth Fashion. She's not only knows the local fashion scene, she's a part of it herself. The story goes beyond fashion. We'll meet Doi-san, the owner of ACDC RAG, a Takeshita fashion shop that's been operating since the 1970s and competing strong against the new chain shops. We'll ask him how Harajuku fashion has evolved since then. John and Michelle also visit THANK YOU MART, a fashion and novelty chain store where everything is only 390 yen! It's the perfect place for youth accessories and to have some fun shopping. URL: ACDC RAG: http://www.acdcrag.com/ http://global.rakuten.com/en/search?k=&tl=&sid=acdcrag&vm=1 THANK YOU MART: http://www.390yen.jp/ Special thanks to 原宿竹下通り商店会 http://www.takeshita-street.com/ This show has been created and produced by John Daub ( ジョン・ドーブ ). He's been living and working in Japan for over 20 years and regularly reports on an International TV Show for Japan's International Channel. ONLY in JAPAN is a registered trademark. All rights reserved.
Views: 376666 ONLY in JAPAN
TMBG - Youth Culture Killed My Dog 1985 demo
 
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TMBG Heaven presents: They Might Be Giants, "Youth Culture Killed My Dog" (from the 1985 promotional demo tape)
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Thrifting in New York City | PAQ Ep #13 | A Show About Streetwear
 
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In this episode…The people’s choice returns! The PAQ boys hit the streets of New York in attempt to find the best thrifted outfits. With more time, more money and a better selection, the boys feel the pressure as they rush around iconic New York shops such as L-Train Vintage and Tokyo 7 to not just better each other, but to better their Bexhill outfits (Episode 8). The guys' final fits are judged by Danielle Greco of iconic New York fashion institution VFiles. Watch the full episode to see who is crowned the king of New York. This episode is the last in a sponsored 3-part special with Mennace. The guys over there are huge fans of the show and want to back our movement as much as possible, so a huge big up to them for the ongoing support. If you want to check out the Mennace site you can find it here: https://kyra.com/l/mennace Born out of an appreciation for desirable, high quality fashion, Mennace aims to bring next level menswear with an affordable price tag to the discerning consumer. Mennace offers a combination of smart and casual pieces, taking inspiration from youth culture. ************** Episode 14 will be launching over the next couple of weeks, so click subscribe and hit the notification button to get a heads up. Instagram: PAQ: https://instagram.com/paq.official Danny: https://instagram.com/dannylomass Dex: https://instagram.com/dexthefreak Elias: https://instagram.com/eliasriadi Shaq: https://instagram.com/shakka.d.badmon Mennace: https://kyra.com/l/mennace_ltd NYC apartment: https://www.oldgaragestudio.com Danielle Greco: https://www.instagram.com/thugsbunnny/ Mennace Website: https://mennace.com Use of any product and/or brand names does not imply any affiliation with, or any endorsement by, the respective owners of such products or brand names, unless specifically stated. PAQ is a show presented by four friends from London exploring the world of streetwear and men’s fashion, including the latest from Supreme, North Face, Palace, Patta, Off-White, Raf Simons and more.
Views: 1068299 PAQ
The Best Documentary On Hippies
 
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I am very proud of the TV series I made for PBS called Making Sense of the Sixties. I had the chance to spend a year examining my youth and how I became an active member of the 60s generation. If you are from that generation or a child of the 60s, I think you would find the entire series of value. To see my other work visit www.theHoffmancollection.com. A quote from Hesiod, 8th Century BC “I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on frivolous youth of today, for certainly all youth are reckless beyond words. When I was young, we were taught to be discreet and respectful of elders, but the present youth are exceedingly disrespectful and impatient of restraint" #hippie #1960s @countercutlure
Views: 759472 David Hoffman
Why These Wedding Dresses Matter More Than Most | Style Out There | Refinery29
 
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On this episode of Style Out There, our host, Connie Wang ventures to Namibia to learn about the fashion of the Herero people. Still in recovery from a genocide, the clothes they still wear today represent a lot more than just an outfit. Watch this episode of Style Out There to see these traditions featured in a fashion week in Namibia! ABOUT SERIES In fashion, what's seen on the streets is just as important as what goes down the runway. R29's Style Out There takes a look at the drastically different subcultures around the world, examining the myriad influences that color what we wear — and why. ABOUT REFINERY29 Refinery29 is a modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. http://refinery29.com/ RELATED CONTENT The Dark Side Of Harajuku Style You Haven't Seen Yet https://youtube.com/watch?v=1Wsk3Oa_3F8&t=20s How Korean Couples Do PDA https://youtube.com/watch?v=knYb8E9ohCw How Luxury Streetwear Shaped Calabasas https://youtube.com/watch?v=ElghrCC2Rbs&t=22s SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS http://refinery29.com/video SUBSCRIBE TO REFINERY29 Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: https://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/ TALENT Follow Connie Wang on Instagram: https://instagram.com/conconwang/
Views: 602224 Refinery29
45 PHOTOGRAPHS THAT CAPTURE BOSTON YOUTH FASHION IN THE EARLY 1970S
 
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45 Fascinating Color Photographs That Capture Boston Youth Fashion in the Early 1970s: Fashion in the 1970s began with a continuation of the mini skirts, bell-bottoms, and the androgynous hippie look from the late 1960s and eventually became an iconic decade for fashion. Nick Dewolf was promptly to document images of American teenagers on Boston streets in the early 1970s. "1970s, Boston, children & youth, fashion & clothing, life & culture, Massachusetts, portraits, street"
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Youth Culture and Music in Roma Norte Hipster Night Market (Mexico City) Walkaround
 
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A taste of the youth culture and music in Roma Norte (my favorite neighborhood in Mexico City) Follow my travels: http://erickimphotography.com/blog/
How Much is Your Outfit? - SLOVAKIA MEET UP
 
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How Much is Your Outfit? Bratislava, Slovakia meet up and shout out to Footshop! Opening their store for me. Luv!! Follow me: instagram.com/icykof/ ► Click Here to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nWHJEh Here are all my social links: ► Instagram: (@icykof) http://bit.ly/1UXQGpw ► Facebook: http://bit.ly/1OsU538 ► Twitter: (@icymukof) http://bit.ly/1Yv9EZU ► Depop: @icymukof ► Snapchat: kof-kacca For business enquiries: ► Email: [email protected] If you are new, my YouTube channel is about documenting the millennium- the youth culture. Showing street fashion, high fashion street culture, subculture events, parties and shows. I document the London youth culture, making viewers feel as if they were part of the event and not missing out.
Views: 965293 The Unknown Vlogs