Back in the late 70s and early 80s, Deborah Harry — the front woman of otherwise all male band Blondie — was officially the coolest woman in rock. With her two-tone bleached-blonde hair, perfect cupid pout, stunning face and nonchalant attitude she was one of the boys, but oh so sexy … a killer combo in any language. Part of the New York New Wave scene and the infamous Studio 54 brigade, Andy Warhol captured Harry for one of his most famous Pop Art Portraits. When it came to Debbie Harry the old cliché rang true … girls wanted to be her, and men wanted to be with her.
Oh … and she could belt out a song too.