David Bowie's iconic style
A look back at the inimitable rock star's many faces and fashions.
David Bowie poses for a portrait in his "Ziggy Stardust" guise in London.
David Bowie performing as Ziggy Stardust, in his "woodland creatures" costume designed by Kansai Yamamoto.
Bowie in an asymmetric leotard and flame-colored mullet during a performance onstage in Los Angeles.
Bowie wears a silver costume with gold tassels by Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto during a performance at the Hammersmith Odeon.
Bowie poses in a printed jumpsuit for a portrait dressed as "Ziggy Stardust" in a hotel room in New York City.
In a striped bodysuit design by Kansai Yamamoto for the "Aladdin Sane" tour in 1973. The photo is from the Groninger Musuem which was presenting the "David Bowie is," exhibition when he passed away.
David Bowie performs "Rebel Rebel" wearing an eye patch on the TV show "TopPop" on Feb. 7, 1974 with a knotted silk polka-dotted scarf and red overalls.
Bowie poses for a photo to release his 1974 album titled "Diamond Dogs."
Bowie, looking androgynous, performs live during his "Station To Station" tour.
Bowie performs during his "Low/Heroes" world tour.
Bowie wears a bright red suit during a performance in Hamburg, Germany.
Bowie wears what looks like a skydiving suit during "The Glass Spider" tour.
Wearing a turquoise suit, Bowie performs "Under Pressure" at a concert to remember Freddie Mercury of Queen.
Bowie performs in Hartford, Connecticut, during the "Outside Tour."
Bowie wears a Union Jack dress coat by Alexander McQueen for his 1997 "Earthling" cover.
Bowie performs in a concert at The Hammersmith Apollo, in London.