The only real bummer about David Bowie Is, the Brooklyn Museum’s immersive and wildly fascinating career retrospective on the late, great rock superstar is the fact that photography is not allowed inside the galleries. Huge Bummer! Once you enter the exhibit, the rule makes sense, because crowding: but still. Fortunately, photography is fully permitted in the museum gift shop, and thank god, because that is where I found these (unofficial) David Bowie Paper Dolls! Squee!
Ziggy-era Bowie in his Skivvies: Ready for some Hot Dress-Up Action!
If you’ve ever wanted to know what the Thin White Duke looked like in his underwear alone, wonder no longer!
Tokyo Pop Vinyl Bodysuit (1973) Designed By Kansai Yamamoto for the Aladdin Sane tour
From Ziggy Stardust to Halloween Jack, Major Tom, and many other characters, David Bowie continuously reinvented himself. The stage outfits recreated in Mel’s Music Icons’ Ziggy Paperboy book highlight a selections of Bowie ’s numerous identities and are as much a tribute to Bowie as is his music! Here are just a few of the fun outfits you can dress him up in!
The book also includes a few differently-styled versions of David, to accommodate all of his ch-ch-ch-changes!
Here is the famous Ice Blue Suit that David wore for the Mick Rock-directed video for “Life On Mars.” Iconic!
OMG so much Fun!
David Bowie Is Runs Through July 15th, 2018 at the Brooklyn Museum.
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I totally need to get here.