Proud Chelsea presents a collection of Debbie Harry portraits from 1977 - 1988 taken by acclaimed photographer and personal friend Brian Aris. With her two-toned bleached-blonde hair, plucky punk outfits and intoxicating stage presence, Harry is the ultimate 70s icon. The front woman of infamous New-Wave Punk band Blondie, her distinct and sultry vocals headed a unique mix of disco, pop, rap and reggae. Aris was first asked to photograph Blondie’s enigmatic lead singer in 1977 just before the band exploded into popularity, and continues to shoot promotional material and portraits for Harry today.
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