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This September and October the BFI will celebrate 50 years of John Waters’ work. Longtime fan Eva Wiseman explains how characters like Divine – and Waters himself – made eyeliner dangerous and provocative

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With the theatrical release of the 'I Am Divine' documentary, we remember the entertainment icon

Divine (as Dawn Davenport) from John Waters' Female Trouble, 1974. All Ratted Up Like a Teenage Jezebel: How to dress like a John Waters character.

Divine (as Dawn Davenport) from John Waters' Female Trouble, All Ratted Up Like a Teenage Jezebel: How to dress like a John Waters character. I LOVE Mohawked Divine

Divine and Edith Massey at the New York premiere of John Waters’ Female Trouble. Photo: Fred W. McDarrah

Divine and Edith Massey at the New York premiere of John Waters’ Female Trouble. Photo: Fred W.

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Teddy Girls, Battersea Fun Fair 1956 © Roger Mayne “ The British Teddy Boy (also known as Ted) subculture is typified by young men wearing clothes that were partly inspired by the styles worn by.

Michael Potter (as Gater) and Divine (as Dawn Davenport) from John Waters' Female Trouble, 1974

Michael Potter (as Gater) and Divine (as Dawn Davenport) from John Waters’ Female Trouble, 1974

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