Punk peroxide blonde and wild lead singer of one of the coolest bands ever (if you ask me which band is it or "Debbie who?", I'm afraid we can't be friends), this woman has been one hell of a head-turner! The late 1970s would have never been the same without Deborah Harry - she was the perfect combination of attitude, sex appeal and rock 'n' roll! Iggy Pop called her "Barbarella on speed.". Everyone loved her, even Andy Warhol made a muse out of her. She worked as a Playboy bunny in the late 60s and also as a waitress. By 1976, she was the badass blondie everyone wanted to see on stage.
Debbie has always been an incredibly inspiring style crush to me. There's something so real, raw and awesome about her style, it's like she knew how to look effortlessly amazing, cool and stunning. I mean, look at those sharp cheekbones and platinum hair! Woah. She cultivated a bombshell rocker look that soon became her trademark. Influenced by the 70s and 80s music scene and New York underground nightlife, Blondie's front woman and new wave queen created a daring concept of fashion that emerged from the late nights at Studio 54 and CBGB, mixing elements of pop, punk and disco. I compiled some images of Debbie Harry as a tribute to her relevant sense of style and also to remind you that no one will ever look so cool in Wayfarers as she did.