Portraits of new arrivals were used as a marker of a child's progress in the Society. Case studies of some children appeared in the newsletter 'Our Waifs and Strays' describing how they had been transformed from a 'potential street loafer' into a productive member of society. These studies were often illustrated with 'before and after' photographs, contrasting their ragged past with their new-found respectability.
Blitz Kids were a group of young people who frequented the weekly Blitz club-night in Covent Garden, London in 1979-80, and are credited with launching the New Romantic subcultural movement. Steve Strange & friend, Covent Garden London 1981
"What the hell were you thinking?!" I yelled at Eric. "We could have been caught." Eric grinned lazily. "They can't catch what they can't touch." His words sounded exactly like Angel's. Was it him? Was he Angel?