Writer and cultural commentator, Paul Gorman hosted an event at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum on April 9th called “Bowie Style“. His guest was Boy George and they discussed the influence of David Bowie on popular culture and his impact on generations of fans. During the interview a film made at The Foundry clothing shop in 1982 was shown, where a young Boy George describes the religious and cultural silk screen prints created by Sue Clowes.
Photograph taken in the Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre with Paul Gorman and Boy George, seated in front of slide of Sue Clowes.
Photograph by Richard Bevan http://www.missingshow.com/