➤ Harry Cool’s Guide to the New Glitterati
First published in News Sounds New Styles, April 1982
HARRY COOL WRITES: They’ve been called the Pits Kids, the New Glitterati, the Jellytot Set (none is older than 12). For two exciting weeks, the new “alternative” faces with their new “alternative” hairstyles have held the gossip writers in thrall. So of the hard-posing, hard-drinking Pits Kids, just who will amount to more than a pile of non-returnable empties? NSNS sorts out the Pepsis from the Cokes and puts names to the Faces to watch…
➢ Elsewhere at Shapersofthe80s – New Sounds New Styles: Will it all be over by next week?
➢ Elsewhere at Shapersofthe80s – Harry Cool on the new bigshots at the bar
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