In 1973, Japanese photographer Herbie Yamaguchi was living in London when the punk movement started 40 years ago. He tells he could sense a new change in the air, especially in the fields of music and fashion. Youngsters with Mohican hairstyles and leather jackets became for Herbie, then young photographer to-be, his favorite subject.
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