Blinding colors, tuft of hair on the forehead, shirts with leather laces and a silver bolo tie, pointed-toe boots, especially in snakeskin, even better still if studded with rivets, leather jackets, jeans that will live forever, skin-tight pants, big collrs. It was the fashion of the rock’n’roll boys of the 1950s, used both by music stars and the Teddy Boys of England. From the early 1980s, the look has reemerged, revised, led by the American band the Stray Cats. The success of the revised look lasted for the entire decade of the 1990s.