She’s a cheeky pin-up girl, living a messy life with a burger in hand and a smile on her face. She embodies all that was good from the early 20th century.
Lucy’s restaurant is an experience: a throwback into the 1960’s. It’s a celebration of the liberation of women, the best music ever created and a nod to the freedom and fervor that existed at the time. We wanted to create a vibe that takes you back to the advent of rock and roll and the fight for equality.
There’s a misunderstanding of pin-up girls in today’s culture as being anti-feminist.
The pin-up culture began as an unfurling of women from the cultural expectations of women as conservative and hidden. Pin-up art was often created by feminist women as a reaction to the repression of the feminine spirit in the previous decades: It was an opportunity to capture their own audacity.
rock and roll and the fight for equality