When heroes become pensioners, you know you're middle-aged. From the Dries Van Noten autumn/winter 2011 menswear collection to Kate Moss on the cover of French Vogue, David Bowie is as influential today as he was 40-years-ago. You'll not see him dragging his ageing carcass around the globe on some greatest hits tour. No, he's keeping quiet - and dignified - though BBC economics journalist Evan Davis seems to think Bowie selling bonds on his future back-catalogue may have started the credit crunch. I'll say no more. Here are some photos.
|The Man Who Fell To Earth, 1976.|
|December 2011 French Vogue. Photographed by Mert & Marcus|
|Kate Moss 2003 British Vogue. Photographed by Nick Knight.|
|Tilda Swinton for Another Magazine. Photographed by Craig McDean|
|Bowie at Cannes 1978 (Getty Images)|
|Dries Van Noten A/W 2011|
|David Bowie and Iman, New York 2010 (Getty Images)|