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Years In Girls' Life: Visible Girls
VISIBLE GIRLS is a magazine for women's subculture research founded by Anita Corbin in August 1980, when she was just 22 years old, and the young female photographers who developed in the early 1980s lived almost entirely in the male-dominated world of photography. "Female" is the main subject of her photography, and she hopes to show the world the living conditions of girls in London in the 1980s, reflecting how people perceive themselves. The world in the 80s was crazy, London's music and fashion were varied, and the subculture flourished, which made her never lack interesting objects.