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Three days left for charity auction

on June 16, 2016


“I said be careful, his bowtie is really a camera”


On the 44th anniversary of the release of The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, it seems somehow appropriate to mention an event taking place in Heddon Street, the site of the album’s iconic cover shoot.

There has been a plethora of David Bowie photographic exhibitions since January, and you’ve no doubt heard about them all, including this one: David Bowie: Fame, Fashion, Photography.

However, aside from celebrating the life and career of David Bowie via rare and previously unpublished photographs, the primary

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Tilda Swinton’s CFDA tribute to Bowie

on June 07, 2016


“And so the story goes, they wore the clothes...”


Last night at the CFDA Awards at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, actress Tilda Swinton paid emotional tribute to David Bowie while collecting the statuette for the BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ TRIBUTE to David Bowie.

Star of Lazarus, Michael C. Hall, performed a visually exciting rendition of Changes with a trio of Ziggyettes...more of which, later.

Tilda read the moving letter to Bowie, introducing it by explaining she was there on behalf of his wife, Iman: “Tonight is David and Iman's 24th wedding anniversary,” She said.

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Wedding anniversary post from Iman

on June 06, 2016


June 6th...., 24th wedding anniversary ‪



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Bowie tune in penultimate Peaky Blinders

on June 01, 2016


“I’ve got drama, can’t be stolen”


You’ve no doubt seen the stories of David Bowie’s love of the BBC 2 TV show, Peaky Blinders.

Bowie’s interest in the original Birmingham gang predates the show and he held a fascination for the distinctive clothes they wore: peaked caps, cravats, bell-bottom trousers with heavy buckled belts and jackets with brass buttons.

The legend (though possibly untrue), that the name Peaky Blinders came from the method the gang used to rob victims of their eyesight (peaked caps with concealed razors), was one of the details that didn’t escape Bowie’s attention.

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Mick Rock in NY tonight London September

on June 01, 2016


“I asked for an autograph...”


If you’re in New York this evening, you still have time to get along to the TASCHEN Store New York, to meet Micĸ Rocĸ as he signs copies of The Rise Of David Bowie - 1972-1973.

Check out the events page here on FB for more details.


Wednesday, June 1st

7 pm – 9 pm

TASCHEN Store New York, 107 Greene Street (between Prince and Spring)

Space is limited. RSVP required: 212-226-2212 or


There will also be a London signing in September, details below.


Thursday, September 8th

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

TASCHEN Store London, 12 Duke of York Square,