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Remembering David Bowie’s Style Evolution

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1 of 13|Mod Beginnings|1960's
2 of 13|The Man Who Sold The World|1970
3 of 13|Ziggy Stardust|1972
4 of 13|Aladdin Sane|1973
5 of 13|Halloween Jack|1974
6 of 13|Thin White Duke |1976
7 of 13|Ashes To Ashes|1980
8 of 13|Let's Dance|1983
9 of 13|Labryinth|1986
10 of 13|Tin Machine|1989
11 of 13|Union Jack|1996
12 of 13|Thursday's Child|1999
13 of 13|Black Star|2016

Two days ago the world was rocked with the devastating news that at age 69, cultural icon David Bowie had passed away after a battle with cancer.

From Bowie’s mod beginnings to his flamboyant and androgynous alter ego Ziggy Stardust and neo-classicist fashion statements, the experimental and talented multi-instrumentalist singer, songwriter, record producer, actor and painter challenged tradition and social constructs throughout his career, cementing himself as one of the most influential figures of the 20th century.

In honour of David Bowie, we’ve chronicled his incredible style evolution. Click through the slideshow, be inspired by all of the ch-ch-changes Bowie went through on his musical journey and let his creative legacy live on.


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