"...your hair is beautiful..."

As I sit staring into this liquid amber,
ripples move out to the edge of the glass.
Is that really your reflection in there?
I just want to jump into the warm depths,
and be there with you,
one more time!
Photography by Rankin

Photography by Rankin

Max’s Kansas City

Max’s Kansas City

Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Blondie / Arturo Vega’s loft

Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Max’s Kansas City
Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Max’s Kansas City

Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Photography by Paul Zone (1975)

Debbie Harry, Joey Ramone, Tina Weymouth (1990)

"I’d be walking down the street with Debbie and she’d just turn it on and everyone would recognize her. Then she’d turn it off and they wouldn’t recognize her at all. She’d have these great ideas, like wearing Jayne Mansfield kind of high heels with the heels knocked off so that her shoes looked really elfin… and she’s still so beautiful. No matter how beautiful another person can be, Debbie will always be the most remarkable beauty. Because it’s like the sunshine to the moon, you know, the sun comes up and the moon is eclipsed. She is a goddess: She has a heart of gold and she is never unkind to people. She has this wonderful sweetness, too. She’s really smart and she doesn’t have to prove it to anybody." Tina Weymouth, October 10, 1996.

"No matter how beautiful another person can be, Debbie will always be the most remarkable beauty" - Tina Weymouth

Christophe Makos & Debbie Harry

Christophe Makos & Debbie Harry

 Photography by Christopher Makos

 Photography by Christopher Makos

Photography by Christopher Makos (1977)

"She was the ultimate supercool. This photo is the example of making the best of a situation. Debbie was there in my apartment, I didn’t know what to do so I just put up a seamless and ripped it. And it seemed to work."