David Bowie StyleDe (autor) Danny Lewis
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 25 Oct 2012
David Bowie is renowned for his innovative, ever-changing style; from androgynous leotards and space-age jumpsuits to short-cut blazers and distressed frock coats. With an estimated 136 million album sales under his belt, and over a thousand international tour dates, Bowie has captured the attention of rock fans all over the world.Crammed with fabulous photographs, this book is a stunning fashion retrospective of the iconic and well-loved rockstar. Apart from documenting five decades of Bowie's unique sense of style, it also discusses the cultural and artistic influences that have shaped him, and how he has influenced others in turn.David Bowie Style is a must for die-hard Bowie fans as well as fashion lovers everywhere.
Danny Lewis has worked as a writer and editor for many years, including stints in publishing houses in Switzerland and Australia. He has also spent a good deal of time in the underground music scene in London, running clubs and playing in bands, which has left him with an enduring love of rock music.
Introduction1. Mod and Mime2. The Man Who Sold the World3. Ziggy - The Lad Insane4. The Thin White Duke5. Berlin Boy6. Dancer in the Serious Moonlight7. Contemporary ChameleonConclusion