From Punks to New Romantics, the decade between the mid-70s and mid-80s produced a kaleidoscope of styles and tribes. A new book and exhibition bring together original and largely unseen photos from London's clubland at this time.
We Could be Heroes presents 450 photographs by Graham Smith, house photographer at some of the key nightclubs of the period. This was the Soho of Boy George, Gary Kemp, Sade, Steve Strange and Stephen Jones. And Robert Elms, as anyone who's tuned into BBC London radio of an afternoon will be more-than aware.
The book's published by Unbound, using a curious model where you can pledge different amounts and get different add-ons. If enough pledges are received, the book gets printed and you get your swag.
You can get a taster for the photos by visiting The Society Club cafe at 12 Ingestre Place from Friday, where numerous prints will be on show until 23 December.