The smokey eyes, defined cheek bones, killer voice, and, of course, signature blond hair made Deborah Harry one of the most prolific figures in the punk and new wave cultures of the 1980s. The Blondie lead singer was, in basic terms, the Gwen Stefani before there was Gwen Stefani. Harry was the blond beauty who could sing like an angel–while rocking thigh-high boots, baseball t's and fish nets. Her iconic femme-fatale persona paved the way for others in the music industry to follow suit. Harry's innate ability to dress androgynous while maintaining her sex symbol status, is a trait no one since has mastered.