In 1988 Dutch journalist Bamber Delver, interviewed the artist Leigh Bowery. By then, Leigh wasn’t world-famous yet but a well-known clubber in Blitz-scene of London. Leigh’s fashion career was just as wild as it was short-lived: he died in 1994, 33 years old. Decades after his death, Leigh Bowery’s influence is omnipresent. From Alexander McQueen to Cirque du Soleil, from Lady Gaga and Björk to the drag queens of RuPaul. Young artists around the globe admire his guts, his looks and fashion-philosophy which is nowadays called ‘queer’: no boundaries, no gender, no age, no sexuality, no restrictions of the human-form. In this book 15 international artists honour him. Never published photos incl. the original interview. Leigh's sister Brownyn tells about her childhood memories. Flatmate Ann Bolt writes about how Leigh and she moved from Australia to London, at just 17 years old. A full colour history-art book about one of the most original fashionartists ever!