Acme Attractions

Acme Attractions was a London clothing store on Kings Road, Chelsea, London that in the early 1970s provided a place for many punk and reggae musicians and scensters to hang out. The "Don" of Acme was shop assistant and manager Don Letts:

Acme was the coolest "club" in town, where the interaction between the different factions became more important than selling merchandise, even though at that age it was a deadly combination.
— Don Letts

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