‘First Lou Reed, now David Bowie. That’s it for New York. It’s over’

‘First Lou Reed, now David Bowie. That’s it for New York. It’s over’

David Bowie: Invisible New Yorker Despite being a rock legend, the musician was an apparition in Manhattan, able to walk the city streets unrecognized.

These Portraits Capture David Bowie At the Height of His 1970s Glory

These Portraits Capture David Bowie At the Height of His 1970s Glory

David Bowie with cigarette on a break from filming MFE in New Mexico This became a Rolling Stone cover and a popular image Photograph by Steve Schapiro, from Bowie, published by powerHouse Books

How ironic some of his best pictures feature the thing that took him from us, cigarettes. I quit smoking 10 years ago and I'm glad I did.

David Bowie’s most fearless fashion moments

#squirreldenstudio #bowie #yellowBowie cat tee shirt available at  https://www.etsy.com/listing/267910587/bowie-kitty-on-heather-red-slim-fit?ref=shop_home_feat_3

The Only David Bowie Playlist You'll Ever Need: 29 Essential Songs

This one is my favorite, @Lisa Phillips-Barton Trent.   Elizabeth Taylor and David Bowie at their first meeting in Beverly Hills, 1975. Photograph by Terry O’Neill.

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David Bowie, 'The Man Who Ruled The World' Photo Exhibition showing in Paris until 9 May

David Bowie World on

David Bowie World on<<< David Bowie is so aesthetic. As a fashion forward space alien, or as a smoker with a goatee flipping you off.

Farewell shining star. David Bowie by Masayoshi Sukita.

The Japanese photographer Masayoshi Sukita who did the “Heroes” cover also shot so many alternative portraits from that session. It’s a sad occasion to be able to share all these great Bowie portraits but we’ll march on because we have to.

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