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Les Zazous were a subculture in France during World War II. During the German occupation of France, the Vichy regime, which collaborated with the Nazi occupiers, had an ultra-conservative morality and started to use a whole range of laws against a youth that was restless and disenchanted. These young people expressed their resistance and nonconformity through wearing big or garish clothing and taking part in aggressive dance competitions, sometimes against soldiers from the occupying forces. When the yellow star was forced on Jews, many of les Zazous began to wear yellow stars volunatarily as a sign of their solidarity with the persecuted Jewish population. Here at Zazous we admire that non-conformity and their avant garde rebellion!... Here at Zazous we love to scour the globe to find quirky and dramatic products to add inspirational design to your home or business. Our selection of vinyl floor tiles, wall stickers, and mid-century modern style furniture is specially sourced to add..