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by Peter York
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book is truly amazing for any subculture reader
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Articles discuss changing fashion styles in Britain and examine class influences on dress. This book is truly amazing for any subculture reader. Peter York, from Harpers & Queen fame, provides an original and accurate portray of various youth cultures and their styles (no one's ever been so damn close to it!). Best features: Sloane Rangers, Mayfair Mercs, New Mods and Boys own. A must for any person interested in an in-depth and entertaining depiction of the meaning of the subculture.
Peter York (born Peter Wallis; 1944) is a British management consultant, author and broadcaster best known for writing Harpers . Written in the style of Wolfe's new journalism, these were collected in the book Style Wars (1980).
Peter York (born Peter Wallis; 1944) is a British management consultant, author and broadcaster best known for writing Harpers & Queen's The Official Sloane Ranger Handbook with Ann Barr.
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Peter Schjeldahl has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1998 and is the magazine’s art critic . He came to the magazine from The Village Voice, where he was the art critic from 1990 to 1998. Previously, he had written frequently for the New York Times’s Arts and Leisure section. His writing has also appeared in Artforum, Art in America, the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, and Vanity Fair. He is the author of four books of criticism, including The Hydrogen Jukebox: Selected Writings, and Let’s See: Writings on Art from The New Yorker. His latest book is Hot, Cold, Heavy, Light: 100 Art Writings, 1988-2018.
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This book, written by Peter York, the author of the Sloane Ranger Handbook, is based on a series of articles he wrote for Harpers & Queen, the UK glossy magazine, observing the social and cultural scene of the 1970s. It’s a good antidote to the picture most people have of Britain during the decade, of a country inexorably going to the dogs. York paints a picture of a Britain, or at least a London, where cool people in architecture, fashion and pop music were having a great time and where money was not a problem.
ISBN 10: 0283989998 ISBN 13: 9780283989995.