This Jamaican-born musician, muse, and model was the original scene stealer of the '70s and '80s. Her fearless and often intimidating androgynous style inspired a slew of artists (including Andy Warhol and our fave creative, Jean-Paul Goude, with whom she also has a child) in the underground NYC art scene of the time. And her tunes were some of Studio 54's most celebrated dance-floor beats.
Grace is a warrior woman, and our look conjures the nitty-gritty city style she was best known for with tough leather pieces, killer studded boots, and loads of ferosh electric-purple eyeliner.
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