this is one of my favourite images of Louise Brooks - 1920s silent movies star... showing her 'helmet' hairstyle to perfection

this is one of my favourite images of Louise Brooks - 1920s silent movies star... showing her 'helmet' hairstyle to perfection

Bo Diddley's guitarist, Norma-Jean Wofford aka The Duchess

Bo Diddley's guitarist, Norma-Jean Wofford aka The Duchess

The Mitford girls. British upper class sisters who were known for their beauty, exploits and unfortunately making some very bad decisions. Their family history is fascinating.

The Mitford girls. British upper class sisters who were known for their beauty, exploits and unfortunately making some very bad decisions. Their family history is fascinating.

Bridget Riley by John Goldblatt - British Council Archive, as is the previous image

Bridget Riley by John Goldblatt - British Council Archive, as is the previous image

A group portrait of female punk and new wave musicians in London, August 1980, L-R (back) Debbie Harry of Blondie, Viv Albertine of The Slits, Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie And The Banshees, (Front) Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders, Poly Styrene of X-Ray Spex, and Pauline Black of The Selecter. (Photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images)

A group portrait of female punk and new wave musicians in London, August 1980, L-R (back) Debbie Harry of Blondie, Viv Albertine of The Slits, Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie And The Banshees, (Front) Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders, Poly Styrene of X-Ray Spex, and Pauline Black of The Selecter. (Photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images)

Chrissie Hynde, Debbie Harry, Viv Albertine, Siouxsie Sioux, Poly Styrene and Pauline Black, 1980 © Michael Putland

Chrissie Hynde, Debbie Harry, Viv Albertine, Siouxsie Sioux, Poly Styrene and Pauline Black, 1980 © Michael Putland

The Slits, loved them seen them many times. Viv Albertine, Ari Up, Tessa Pollitt.

The Slits, loved them seen them many times. Viv Albertine, Ari Up, Tessa Pollitt.

Writer Zadie Smith on fellow girl crush Katharine Hepburn: "It was by learning to play herself, and by continuing to do so, more or less, for the rest of her career, that Hepburn became a screen icon and a goddess."

Writer Zadie Smith on fellow girl crush Katharine Hepburn: "It was by learning to play herself, and by continuing to do so, more or less, for the rest of her career, that Hepburn became a screen icon and a goddess."

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