In the 1980s Australian-born photographer Robyn Beeche turned her lens on the “gender-bending” world of counter-culture in London collaborating with the likes of Zandra Rhodes, Vivienne Westwood and Divine. Her groundbreaking images, many of which look like digital manipulations, were all shot in-camera on film, and executed through collaboration with make-up artists, designers and models.
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