This picture represents the mens work wear of the 1920s. They wore long pants and overalls and long sleeve shirts. This picture stood out to me because of how tough these men look. They are very intimidating looking and don't look like someone you would want to mess with. These men worked hard, long hours and were very good at their jobs.
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#DavidBowie Album cover shoot for #AladdinSane, photographed by #BrianDuffy. The lightning bolt represented the duality of the mind, although Bowie later explained that the "lad insane" of the album's title track was inspired by his brother Terry, who was diagnosed as a schizophrenic.
Credit: Peter Hunt/Observer Chelsea Metcalf, musician Chelsea makes music under the moniker 'Watercolours', playing what she calls 'dream pop'.Q: Do you think Kiwis have a particular affinity with knitwear?A: I wish the affinity manifested itself with sheep running through the city but I suppose we have to make do with Merino-clad humans scurrying about their daily business for now.Jumper by Leutton Postle
I tried to resist the temptation to have yet another David Gandy pin on this board. But I couldn't. So here's everyone's fave Billericay boy again. I could have said Essex boy 'cos Billericay is in Essex, but somehow it just doesn't match for such an elegant and sophisticated gent as Mr Gandy. Know what I mean?