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Regent Street, London, 1959

A city gentleman maintaining his look by getting his shoes polished london " 1954 1955 " . Photo by Frank Horvat

Simone D'Allencourt, Lower Manhattan 1950's

In Photos: Truly Vintage Street Style

Simone D’aillencourt & Ward Purdy in a fashion editorial for Harper's Bazaar, New York Photography William Helburn

A Harlem moment forever in a 1930’s capsule. Shoes were treated with so much respect back then no?

Shoeshine Harlem, New York, 1936 - John Gutmann

lapurasoledad: “ artfulfashion: “ Woman having shoes shined. Photography by Nina Leen for Life magazine, 1942 ” moonghirl ”

Shoe Shine and First Aid, Washington Square Park, 1968 Photographer: Nina Leen

London, 1953 © Inge MorathJermyn Street, 1950s

London 1953 by Inge Morath

1957. A Gentleman's London, Tailors Workshop.    by Burt Glinn.    (Note the tailor is sitting on the table, as is traditional for that profession)

A Gentleman's London, Tailors Workshop. by Burt Glinn. (Note the tailor is sitting on the table, as is traditional for that profession) Dapper Dude I Suiting I Sartorial Style I Loved by Herringbone Sydney

Girls After The War

Girls in a milk-bar in England, 1954 love old black and white photos

Petticoat Lane 1900

Petticoat Lane 1900

Oxford Street, London, 1953.

Twenty-three Evocative Photographs of London in 1953

Gorgeous, evocative pictures by Dutch photographer Cas Oorthuys

Brighton Swimming Club, 1853. Intriguing photo. The hats and poses, especially the one doing what looks like a yoga move.

Brighton Swimming Club 1853 Love the tall tall hats! Pretty racy for the time! What a hoot!

Dancing in men's trousers at Cy Laurie’s trad jazz club in 1954 | Charles ‘Slim’ Hewitt via History is Made at Night

Dancing in men's trousers at Cy Laurie’s trad jazz club in 1954

teddy boys in 1954/55 from elephant and castle

The subculture started in London in the and spread across the UK, associated with rock and roll. Originally known as Cosh Boys, the name Teddy Boy was coined when a 1953 Daily Express newspaper headline shortened Edwardian to Teddy.

Vintage Shoe Shine 1936.

Wolf Suschitzky - Shoe Shine, Charing Cross Road, London, 1936 Silver Gelatin Print - 16 x 20

vintage everyday: John Thomson’s Street Life in London, 1876

Photographer: John Thomson The Independent Shoe Black [Street Life in London] 1877

The Real Ripper Street - Whitechapel, London, UK

Drury Lane, London, 1876 Doesn't the Muffin Man live on Drury Lane?

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Cityscape Photography by Alisdair Miller

London, England :: View from the top of the London Eye. Big Ben and Parliament.

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