Presentation on theme: "Britain in the 70s. Fashion 1970 Hippie chic 1973 Glam rock 1975 Disco style 1976 Punk Influenced by the 60s, hippie chic was a mix of floaty dresses,"— Presentation transcript:
Britain in the 70s
Fashion 1970 Hippie chic 1973 Glam rock 1975 Disco style 1976 Punk Influenced by the 60s, hippie chic was a mix of floaty dresses, Tie dye, flares and ethnic influences. Glam rock started in the uk and was a mix of tight glittery clothes and crazy make-up. Known for platform shoes, bellbottom Pants and clingy shiny materials. Made popular by british designer Vivienne Westwood Punk was a mix of ripped jeans, leather and metal.
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Toys One of the most p A popular doll for girls was Sindy. She was a British made doll similar to Barbie. For boys Action Man was Popular, similar to G.I Joe in the U.S. In the U.K Chopper bikes were very fashionable in the 70s.
hh Children didnt have things like Tablets or PSPs, so they played games like Simon. They read comics, such as Dandy and Beano. The Space Hopper was also invented.
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Mining crisis in the U.K. Magaret Thatcher was Britains first female priminister elected in she eventually closed most of the mines in the U.K. Due to the crisis, coal miners started to strike which meant that Britain had energy shortages. Striking also meant there was a petrol shortage. Many families depended on mining and were plunged into poverty when the mines were closed. Lots of people held demonstrations about the crisis and closure of the coal mines.