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  • 1. Young Style By Ceccoli Giacomo Moubtassim Meryem Sunseri Daniele Marco Perrone
  • 2. Truzzi Truzzi means that for the youth movement featuring designer clothing dedicated to fashion, to house and techno music. Truzzi usually are very vain, very unobtrusive and cultivate its image. attending discos, pubs, and even social networks. are characterized by their own vanity and ostentation making pictures in the mirror, to publish on their blogs. This movement is widespread among young people who have no knowledge in music.
  • 3. Emo Emo is a style of rock music typically characterized by melodic musicianship and expressive, often confessional lyrics. It originated in the mid-1980s hardcore punk movement of Washington, D.C., where it was known as "emotional hardcore" or "emocore" and pioneered by bands such as Rites of Spring and Embrace. As the style was echoed by contemporary American punk rock bands, its sound and meaning shifted and changed, blending with pop punk and indie rock and encapsulated in the early 1990s by groups such as Jawbreaker and Sunny Day Real Estate. By the mid 1990s numerous emo acts emerged from the Midwestern and Central United States, and several independent record labels began to specialize in the style.
  • 4. Metaller Metalhead is a popular term for a devoted fan of heavy metal music. However, the metal culture expands across the globe and is not limited to this. Metalheads affirm their membership in the subculture or scene by attending metal concerts, buying albums, and most recently, by contributing to metal websites and by growing their hair. The long hair, leather jackets and band patches of heavy metal fashion help to encourage a sense of identification within the subculture.
  • 5. Punk Punk is an English word (as an adjective that means poor quality, two-penny) born to identify a youth subculture emerged in the United Kingdom and United States in the mid seventies. The term grew out of punk music, punk rock, or rather, a music rough, noisy, complex and very direct, born in the mid seventies in England and the United States with bands like the Ramones, Sex Pistols, Dead Boys, The Damned or the Clash and continued even after coming years to date with its developments. The very complicated history of the punk movement has influenced many forms of art and cultural aspects in general, from music to literature, visual arts to fashion.
  • 6. Dark & Goths Black is their favourite colour. They wear black clothes, black boots and black nail varnish (even the boys). They listen to dark, atmospheric music. Favourite goth and dark bands include Fear Factory, The Cure, Marilyn Manson and The Mission.
  • 7. Rapper They like rap and soul music. Sport wear is the fovorite style for the boys – expensive tracksuits and trainers. The girls wear designer dresses, skirts and the tops. They wear a lot of jewellery – big gold chains and rings for the boys and big earrings for the girls. Both boys and girs wear baseball caps.
  • 8. Grunge trainers,torn jeans or combat trusers, big heavy shirts and braided hair are all popular. The grunge movemente first developed in the USA whit bands like Nirvana. Today grungers continue to listen to the heavy rock music of the Foo Fighters, Screaming Trees and Lazarus X.
  • 9. Gabber The aesthetic style gabber comes from a mixture between hooligans ultras-style suburbs of Rotterdam rave fashion and sportswear. The movement itself is institutionally apolitical Often (especially in international party) you can see gabber wearing patches with the flag of their nation on their bomber jackets, indicating their origin and sense of belonging, but this does not hide behind patriotism own racist feelings, indeed it is not uncommon for artists gabber openly incite anti-racism during their spare

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