From punk to grunge, Dr. Martens has always been synonymous with the air of youthful rebellion. For its Fall 2015 campaign, the brand celebrates a more underrated movement spurred by '80s youth culture: Buffalo. The iconic art and fashion moment, led by stylist Ray Petri and captured by the likes of a young Naomi Campbell and singer Neneh Cherry, was a precursor of the androgynous street style we love today - think men in skirts and women in combat boots. This week we joined Dr. Martens in toasting the revival with a party and special screening at the Supermarket in Soho, featuring the ever-cool Wynter Gordon behind the turntables and a look at the brand's new book, A History of Rebellious Self Expression. Click through for an inside look!