Sunday, September 19, 2010

Punk Blondes have more fun





Punk Blondes have more fun

(Especially when they are the one and only Debbie Harry of Blondie. In her heyday she was the epitome of sex appeal cool and still today rocker girls try to emulate her ways that she made so cool back a few decades ago!)



By DEMELZA DE BURCA
Wednesday Jun 27 2007

If you think those Ray-Ban Wayfarers, waistcoat and hot pants you are sporting this summer are a completely original style, then just take a look at this picture of Debbie Harry - shot in 1977


With her trademark white-blonde hair and razor-sharp cheekbones, the pouting Blondie singer launched a unique brand of sex appeal when she first burst onto the music scene in the late 1970s.


Debbie Harry merged the raw, dirty heyday of punk with the clean angles of emerging New Wave pop and became an icon.


So it's no surprise that a modern day fashionista such as Kate Moss was keen to resurrect the look. Copy-Kate has been going into overdrive since Mossy modelled the waistcoat and hot pants combo at the Glastonbury music festival in 2005. Thanks to the high street and Kate’s own Top-shop line, her ‘festival-chic’ style has trickled down to the masses with thousands of Glasto-goers adopting the Blondie look at last weekend’s event

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2 comments:

Music for Songwriters said...

can you say nostalgia?...my aunt has her entire albums...thanks to her, I became a fan of Debbie...

Mystic-V said...

Your aunt is a very cool lady :) I love Debbie Harry as well - she was/is an original & ahead of her time.