David Bowie, the man who sold the world Album Cover

The Man Who Sold the World is the third studio album by David Bowie, originally released on Mercury Records in November 1970 in the US, and in April 1971 in the UK. The album was Bowie’s firs…

David Bowie 70s (photo by Mick Rock).

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Chiara Ferragni's David Bowie Halloween Costume

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David Bowie and Iman: A Timeline of Their Whirlwind 26-Year Romance - 1995: Iman & David Bowie photographed by Bruce Weber for Vogue

David Bowie and Iman: A Timeline of Their Whirlwind 26-Year Romance

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Tilda Swinton                                                                                                                                                     Más

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An Illustrated History of David Bowie's Profound Influence

An Illustrated History of David Bowie's Profound Influence

David Bowie left behind a legacy beyond his musical accomplishments. His far-reaching influence on music, gender, and art spanned decades.

Distressed Union Jack made for David Bowie on the Earthling album tour, 1996-97.

Alexander McQueen and David Bowie Union Jack Coat worn on David Bowie’s Earthling tour, S) my stepdaughter would never take this off. she loves union jack

June 2002: David Bowie boards a Eurostar train at London Waterloo

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David Bowie : Usaba pulseras Peruanas en los 70’s

David Bowie, alongside his wife Angie, wearing his Michael Fish-designed man dress, April 20, 1971, to coincide with the 1971 UK release of The Man Who Sold The World, featuring the very same dress.

David Bowie, alongside his wife Angie, wearing his Michael Fish-designed man dress, April 20, 1971, to coincide with the 1971 UK release of The Man Who Sold The World, featuring the very same dress.

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