Iggy Pop has, in previous seasons, been declared by designers as high-fashion inspiration. And for many valid reasons; he rocked skinny leather trousers long before Kate Moss, meddled with blood long before Angelina Jolie and played the effeminate rocker with crazy hair long before Russell Brand.
(L-R: Hot Chip, Iggy Pop, The Little Ones)
I can’t say I’ve ever thought of looking at Playboy for clothing, but this Rock the Rabbit campaign is slowly changing my mind. In their second year they’ve roped established musicians like Iggy Pop, Daft Punk and Duran Duran amongst relative up and comers like Hot Chip and Tokyo Police Club.
Whatever happened to Tim Booth?
These pictures taken at the Isle of Wight festival over the weekend are a million miles away from the foppish youth I remember from the early ’90s.
The thing with pictures of celebrity
t-shirts is that they always tend to use pictures of them in their heyday – or
in Michael Jackson’s case, when they had a face that resembled a human being.
Power Al Pacino tee is no different. But let’s face it, no one wants a
picture of Pacino as he looks now on a t-shirt. Even if they loved S1m0ne (if
you know anyone who does love or even like S1im0ne, then call your nearest
mental health institution. Now)
are who All Saints wish they were.