“I’m just an individual who doesn’t feel that I need to have somebody qualify my work in any particular way. I’m working for me.” – David Bowie
Has anyone ever looked more incredible in a tux than David Bowie at the 1975 Grammys? No one compares! Just look at him in that fedora hat, which is angled just so, with his cheekbone creating sculptural lines! Bowie wins the prize for the best haircuts in the history of pop music, but his brilliance at using a hat to add mystery and glamour is often overlooked. We adore David Bowie because he was a force that encouraged people to believe they could look and be different. There was something truly magnetic about his complete authenticity in everything he did. He was a rare creative chameleon and truly made a long lasting impact on modern culture.
We adored everything about him – from his electric music to his constant re-imagining of fashion to his playful sense of identity and image. A radical, game-changer he lived a life of true passion and was a rebel in the best sense of the word.
Bowie understood the power to change reality and perception through moving images, clothing, personas, even the color of his hair. Although we are heartbroken by his loss, we are now more determined than ever to express our fearless, daring, extravagant sense of creativity and fashion on this blog!
Francesca paired her blue fedora with a silk pink blouse layered under a striking Betsy Johnson leather jacket the Ziggy Stardust lighting bolt zippers and a sport lux Nike workout skirt. She embraced her inner pop star with golden sandals that make everyone want to dance!
Valentina opted for a bright, fiery, red scarf, making her standout in any environment. Her black fedora hat brings out her inner bandit, adding a splash of adventure and fearlessness to her overall look.