The androgynous godmother of punk seemed to find her style on the cover of her 1975 album “Horses,” and never looked back. She loved – and still does – to challenge convention, and that extended to her wardrobe, which consisted largely of oversized men’s shirts, well-worn black jeans and a tie. —Jeff Royer
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