Steve Strange, central figure of the New Romantic Movement

-Original New Romantics style Steve Strange, central figure of the New Romantic Movement

Steve Strange The New Romantics

Steve Strange, the gender-subverting London club kid icon, has passed away at age

If only I had a time machine and be a part of the New Romantics !!! :-) Blitz Nightclub 1980s

The Blitz Kids were a group of unknown people that frequented the Blitz nightclub in the early Among their number were Steve S.

In 1978, Boy George, Marilyn and Steve Strange were all regulars at a tiny London club. Tim Lewis speaks to one regular ahead of an exhibition of her photographs

'The birth of the London club scene': Bowie Nights at Billy's Club – in pictures

In 1978, Boy George, Marilyn and Steve Strange were all regulars at a tiny London club. Tim Lewis speaks to one regular ahead of an exhibition of her photographs

This one comes from The Face January 1987 and tells the story of Trojan, one of the London club faces, specifically at the Taboo club alongside Leigh Bowery. Text by Paul Rambali with images by Derek Ridgers and Sheila Rock.

This one comes from The Face January 1987 and tells the story of Trojan, one of the London club faces, specifically at the Taboo club alongside Leigh Bowery. Text by Paul Rambali with images by Derek Ridgers and Sheila Rock.

Steve Strange Steve Strange was born in 1959 in New Bridge, South Wales as Steven Harrington. He moved to London as a teenager and became active in the punk movement. He hung out in the scene known…

‘Nightclubbing’: A collection of photos of London’s New Romantics scene,

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