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Chris Stein, co-founder of Blondie, has opened an exhibition honoring ‘Me, Blondie And the Advent of Punk’ at the Paul Smith store in LA. The artifacts include this striking image of Debbie Harry, which encapsulates her fierce punk rock attitude and envy-inducing sense of fashion and style. 40 years after her heyday, she’s still an icon. Want to recreate her unforgettable style? Learn how in the notes.

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With her distinctive features, bleached-blonde hair, and punk-rock attitude Debbie Harry will always be a darling of fashion and style. The latest star to take on her iconic 80s image is modern beauty, Scarlett Johansson. Pictured for the cover story of W, the voluptuous leading lady hardly has the same body shape, and her plain-vanilla virtues are no match for Debbie’s badass ways, but even so, she looks great. Her hairstyle is particularly reminiscent of the pioneering songstress; learn how to create your own retro-inspired 80s ‘do in the notes.

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Hairdresser to royalty, Kate Middleton’s stylist Daniel Hersheon is making a big splash with his collection simply titled Eight Cuts. The Eight Cuts collection is eight hairstyles that were derived from iconic looks like Debbie Harry, Linda Evangelista, Stevie Nicks and other fashion and beauty icons. The looks are classic with modern updates. With the trend moving towards more true haircuts and less long with extensions, this is something to keep your eye on. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe 

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The bob is the most flattering, and possibly the most versatile, hairstyle ever invented, which is probably why it keeps coming back. Since it’s inception in the 1920s, the bob has experienced many adaptations while retaining its timeless elegance.Click the style notes to see the créme de la créme. –– Laura Martin

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