Debbie Harry: Forgotten 70s punk fashion icon
Her use of primary colors to contrast yet compliment. Early on in her fashion forays she used gaps, rips, tears to create toughness, street couture raunch, while adding depth, texture.
Her use of lengths to add structure, dimension and to titillate almost form a caricature and not in a negative but iconic way.
Debbie’s under rated, smooth, power in reserve voice are off set by her obvious physical charms.
Her bad girl sneer - little girl pout blends, swirls and twirls. An example of her intoxicating, irresistible harmony of innocence and pulse pounding intimacy.
Their hit single "Dreamin’ " a prime example of Debbie at her peak, lean, mean, cocky yet sweet and giving great face.