Mods on Scooters in London, 1979

After Punk there was a bit of a lull during 1978 with a load of second-rate bands playing to disinterested audiences. But The Jam were still around, and in November of ’78 they released their third album, “All Mod Cons” that kick-started a Mod revival.Kids shrugged-off their bondage trousers and pulled on Harrington jackets, Ben Sherman shirts, sta-press trousers and brogues. Paul Weller was the style icon of the time and a Mod scene sprung-up around Secret Affair, The Chords and the Purple Hearts.

Mods on Scooters in London

 

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

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Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

Mods on Scooters in London

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