Katie Eary Pays Homage to the Late David Bowie Through Her Fall/Winter 2016 Runway Show

Little did menswear designer Katie Eary know that when showing her David Bowie collection on Monday during Men’s Fashion Week: London, she would actually be paying tribute to a recently deceased fashion icon. Her Fall/Winter 2016 collection was inspired by the documentary The Sacred Triangle, a film that explored the creative symbiosis between Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed. She translated this into the collection through a series of androgynous looks that played on the glam rock persona Ziggy Stardust—a name that, coincidentally, Bowie chose because it was similar to the name Iggy.

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