MOMENTS | Rehash: #FBF David Bowie x Marianne Faithfull Cover Sonny Cher’s “I Got You Babe”

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Yesterday was visionary musician and master of transformation David Bowie’s 68th birthday! We celebrated by revisiting some of his best performances, like when Bowie and Marianne Faithfull performed a fantastically strange cover of Sonny Cher’s “I Got You Babe” at London’s Marquee Club in 1973. Marianne Faithfull dressed as a glammed up nun, and the occasion also marked Bowie’s last performance as Ziggy Stardust.

MOMENTS | Opening Ceremony SS15 One Act Play, The Row SS15, David Bowie Compilation, Eden Trailer, Artist Ruth Oosterman

Link up: Staying relevant on the go.
1. Fashion is fun again. Opening Ceremony rejected the runway this season and had actor Jonah Hill and director Spike Jonze put together a one-act featuring their SS15 collection. Here are the highlights.

MOMENTS | Link up: Céline, Kenzo, Viktor Rolf, Janelle Monáe x Charli XCX, David Bowie’s Reading List

Staying relevant on the go.

1. Backstage at the Céline show, Phoebe Philo described her FW14 collection as “[t]ough and tender”.
Impeccably tailored classic shapes with a twist. Fit-and-flared military coats had functionally asymmetrical buttons, and glamorous textures were made softer by a hint of sportswear.

#BAMINATE | How Would David Bowie Wear BAMIN?

Visionary musician and master of disguises David Bowie is making a comeback this year—not like he ever really left—very much contrary to the reports that he was embracing the quiet life.
He has a retrospective at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (up through August 11th), a new album out last month, The Next Day, and is apparently in the running for Time magazine’s “Most Influential People” list.