Yes, the "good 'ol days" were pretty fucked up, socially at least. That doesn't stop us from thinking that certain aspects of the lifestyle were cool. Especially hot rods. Levi's Vintage Clothing has not only researched the clothes of yesteryear, but the culture as well. The denim brand linked up with film-maker Aaron Rose to create "Hot Rod: Circa 1953," a short film that documents post-war hot rod culture. 1950s youth had an obsession with going fast, and looking cool while doing it. The kids of the day would rock awesome jeans, pocket tees, and slicked-back or ducktail haircuts. We're not here to wax poetic, but people still love a good pair of jeans and going fast. The years may have changed, but the love for style and speed has remained the same.
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