Try and picture: a lively community, brave, audacious, distinctive in their thoughts and dress-codes who are irreverently sampling tropes of the British wardrobe. Youthful trailblazer, Wales Bonner did it once more, nailing it for good. Donkey-shaped jackets, repurposed 1960’s Saville Row tailoring and lots more. References fall under John Goto’s reportage photography, documenting young British Afro-Caribbeans at Lewisham Youth Centre. Interracial is pivotal.

The portraits tell a story of second-generation black and Asian youth, around 1970’s London. Clothing is swaggy-yet-dandy from a sartorial perspective, further-decked by hippie sensibilities. Gatherings in rented flats bond such community, transporting them through music and nightlife. The mood’s marvelous, rhythmic sweetness of tender reggae reverberates from Notting Hill’s sound systems: A heart-thumping experience full of soundtracks and unapologetic groove. And though culture is having a crucial mote.