Originating in the 80s Harlem ballroom scene, voguing was brought to the mainstream by Madonna's iconic black and white video for Vogue in 1990. Model, actor and dancer Shaun Ross learnt the moves by watching videos of the expressive stars of the scene on YouTube. "A lot of the new houses coming up are really great, like House of Pucci and House of Juicy. They’re all really cool, but these are the best voguers in my opinion..." Don't just stand there, let's get to it. Strike a pose, there's nothing to it!
Willi Ninja was truly fabulous. The American dancer and choreographer was considered the godfather of voguing and best known for his appearance in the documentary Paris Is Burning. The self-taught performer died in 2006 aged just 45.