From Rowdy Rocker Chick Editorials to Vivid Pin-Up Ads

By: Jordan Sowunmi - Published: Nov 26, 2012
After starting in the 1970s as a reaction to the establishment and contemporary pop music, punk rock has become a style and trope co-opted by the very machine it raged against, influencing fashion among those seeking to portray a gritty exterior like rowdy rocker chick Taylor Momsen and avant-garde rap group, Odd Future, just to name a few.

While it’s safe to say that some of punk rock’s forefathers would cringe at the thought of calling bubblegum teen actress Taylor Momsen a ‘rowdy rocker chick,’ the mainstream has embraced the punk rock aesthetic, and some of punk’s forefathers are reaping the benefits.

In addition to fashion editorials featuring rowdy rocker chicks and rule-breaking rap groups, this collection features punk rock clothing collections highlighting the Sex Pistols, punk rock lullabies, and punk rock baby clothes. So, cozy up to a rocker chick/rocker dude of your own and dive into the mayhem.