So sad about #DavidBowie. He was a living legend!

David Bowie Dies at 69; Star Transcended Music, Art and Fashion

Heroes album cover shoot, photograph by Masayoshi Sukita. © Sukita, courtesy the David Bowie Archive

The relationship that inspired one of Bowie's biggest hits: David Bowie pictured in 1969 a...

Woman who inspired Bowie's Life on Mars is now a pilates teacher

The relationship that inspired one of Bowie's biggest hits: David Bowie pictured in 1969 at Clareville Grove, South Kensington house of Hermione Farthingale - now Hermione Frankel - who was the muse for Life On Mars

DAVID BOWIE, STYLE ICON PART 1 - theFashionSpot

DAVID BOWIE, STYLE ICON PART 1

1983 Serious Moonlight tour at Angel Stadium. Madness also opened for him along with the Go-Go's.

One of the most accomplished and dynamic popular artists of the last century, the late David Bowie produced an unbelievable number of enduring classics; so many of his early songs remain popular that it’s easy to forget he actually reached his commercial peak in the 1980s. But beyond the hits, Bowie

The lesser-known Bowie: 19 gems and deep cuts

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David Bowie Behind the Curtain by Andrew Kent is a Book by David Bowie Photographer Andrew Kent

Hear This: David Bowie catapulted us to “Life On Mars?”  In       Hear This    ,    The   A.V. Club    writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: We pay tribute to one of the greatest artists of all time, David Bowie.   David Bowie, “Life On Mars?” (1971)         I woke up this morning bright and ready for a new Monday, even aiming to get the kids to school on time for once. Then I heard the news about David Bowie, sent everybody back to bed, and cried for a half-ho..

David Bowie catapulted us to “Life On Mars?”

"it's a god awful small affair/to the girl with the mousy hair." David Bowie - Life On Mars?

Androgyny was central to Bowie’s rising appeal—neither quite straight nor really gay, but something in between that cannot even be adequately described as bisexual. Yamamoto, the Japanese designer, said he liked to make clothes for Bowie because he was “neither man nor woman.” The image cultivated by Bowie, as he became more famous, was as a complete oddity, an isolated alien, a pop deity, utterly enigmatic, freakish, alienated, but dangerously alluring.

David Bowie in the “Tokyo Pop” vinyl bodysuit that Yamamoto Kansai designed for his Aladdin Sane tour, 1973 “David Bowie is” an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, March Beijos da Alex :)

David Bowie, The Man Who Fell to Earth/Station to Station | by  Steve Schapiro

A cool customer! The stunning collection of never published pictures from legendary American photographer Steve Schapiro

Steve Schapiro, Then and Now: Rare Images from a Photography Legend - LightBox David Bowie, New Mexico, 1975

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