Cool Snaps Capture Little Kids With Their Headphones In The 1970s
When Sony unveiled the Walkman in 1979, it transformed the way we see and experience the world as we move through it. The advent of portable music turned headphones from a stationary device for work or home to an ubiquitous accessory—the original wearable technology.
A genuine crossover between engineering and fashion, headphones demonstrate the way in which technological advancement has come to influence style in our culture.
Take a look at these cool snaps to see what headphones looked like in the 1970s.
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