How to: Dress like your favourite ’70s rockstar
For Bowie, clothes were a tool of self-expression. You could safely expect a little bit of hippie with lots of drama. He was, after all, the most experimental.
Leather top, Rs 1,10,970, Junya Watanbe; Crêpe trousers, Rs 64,287, Peter Pilotto; Leather flatforms, Rs 12,854, Asos.com; Silk scarf, price on request, Saint Laurent
Channel Jagger’s swag with an open neck shirt, tight fitting pants and a badass leather jacket. (Oh, and you might want to skip the moves. They only looked good on Jagger.)
Cotton shirt, Rs 3,790, Zara; Twill pants, Rs 60,477, Alexander McQueen; Leather jacket, Rs 1,18,955, J.Crew; Leather loafers, Rs 5,999, Clarks; Metal ring set, Rs 495, Koovs.com
Blondie’s frontwoman was all about slogan tees and leather leggings and, boy she made them look good!
Cotton sweatshirt, Rs 1,485, Vero Moda; Leather pants, Rs 24,281, Loewe; Suede boots, Rs 8,990, Aldo; Metal cuff, price on request, Elie Saab
Old beat up jeans, a casual white shirt and a mannish jacket – Smith was every street-style blogger's dream.
Cotton shirt, price on request, Ports 1961; Denim jeans, Rs 7,999, Guess; Leather flatforms, price on request, Costume National; ‘Voyage en Etoffes’ bracelet, price on request, Hérmes
The bohemian alter ego of rock 'n' roll, Nicks was all about flowy dresses, tasseled cover-ups and layers of jewellery.
Chiffon dress, Rs 93,591, Dries Van Noten; Leather waistcoat, Rs 61,701, Saint Laurent; Suede boots, price on request, Etro; Metal necklace, price on request, Oscar de la Renta