The skinhead subculture originated in London in the 1960s.
This subculture developed among the British working class and Jamaican immigrant youth groups who were united over their sense of solidarity and pride.
Skinheads are known for their iconic close-cropped or shaven heads and working-class clothing, such as classic blue jeans.
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Britain's youth movements, with their iconic styles and attitudes, are regarded worldwide as pinnacles of musical, fashion and artistic expression; the celebration of the counterculture and a rebellion against mindless mass conformity.