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Notting Hill Street Style through the decades

All youth subcultures are under represented, considering that they are such a massively important phenomena.  The people in these photos influence everything from fashion and design to music.  But, they are rarely given the recognition they deserve.  What are often seen as passing fads can become nationally, and in some cases, internationally influential movements, which bubble up from the clubs, streets and Notting Hill Carnival to reinvent the mainstream.

This Sunday the V & A celebrate Caribbean popular culture with ‘Out Of Many One – Carribbean Carnival Festival’

Sunday 8th October 2017 – 12.30-17.30 – FREE

The free inter-generational celebration of Caribbean popular culture, unpacks a rich heritage featuring DJs, steel pan, Calypso, talks, tours, films and poetry and take part in a hands-on Carnival Mas Camp – ‘Design, Create & Dance’.

 

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1986 Photographer: Adrian Boot

 

Channel One Sound System Notting Hil Carnival 1999 Photographer: Liz Johnson Artur

 

Jamaican Sound System Notting Hill Carnival 1989 Photographer: Adrian Boot

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1986 Photographer: Normski

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1973 Photographer: Richard Braine

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1975 Photographer: Richard Braine

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1976 Photographer: Richard Braine

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1976 Photographer: Richard Braine

 

Notting Hill Carnival 1976 Photographer: Richard Braine

 

For more information on

‘Out Of Many One – Carribbean Carnival Festival’ visit: V & A

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