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Inspired by the punk scene that was emerging in Lower Manhattan—in particular by the radical visual style and attitude of Richard Hell, then with Television—Mc Laren began taking a greater interest in the Strand.The group had been rehearsing regularly, overseen by Mc Laren's friend Bernard Rhodes, and had performed publicly for the first time.It had been renamed in 1972 to focus on another revival trend, the rocker look associated with Marlon Brando.The shop would become a focal point of the punk rock scene, bringing together participants such as the future Sid Vicious, Marco Pirroni (who became a guitarist, songwriter and record producer), Gene October (who became the singer for the punk band Chelsea), and Mark Stewart, among many others.
In early 1974, Jones convinced Mc Laren to help out the Strand.
In November, Mc Laren temporarily relocated to New York City.
Before his departure, Mc Laren and Westwood had conceived a new identity for their shop: renamed SEX, it changed its focus from retro couture to S&M-inspired "anti-fashion", with a billing as "Specialists in rubberwear, glamourwear & stagewear".
and Malcolm Mc Laren and Vivienne Westwood's Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die.
The Mc Laren–Westwood shop had opened in 1971 as Let It Rock, with a 1950s revival Teddy Boy theme.
Under the management of Malcolm Mc Laren, a visual artist, performer, clothes designer and boutique owner, the band provoked controversies that garnered a significant amount of publicity.