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post #1 of 65
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Anyone have a favorite? Allow me to introduce you to Malice Mizer. (these are all men, mind you) The Moz looks good of late, as well.
post #2 of 65
Hmmm.. not sure I dig the goth look. Ever. Morrisey is looking quite dapper, however. It seems the best musicians are always wearing torn up t-shirts and ill-fitting jeans with nike sneakers. Those who pay close attention to style (the Killers, every other pseudo-indie band) tend to suck. There are exceptions of course (Phoenix, who are personally outfitted by Hedi Slimane - he also designed their album cover). Interpol and Wayne Coyne (The Flaming Lips) are also exceptions. Interpol: Wayne Coyne:
post #3 of 65
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Hmmm.. not sure I dig the goth look. Ever.
I love the fact that they don't even remotely resemble human beings. Their music ruled, too. They didn't always look that dark. They switched it up quite a bit, actually.
post #4 of 65
Keith.
post #5 of 65
Their exaggerations are kind of neat. I'll definitely give you that.
post #6 of 65
Django, of course.
post #7 of 65
Haha. Keith Richards is an ugly bastard but he is still the shit.
post #8 of 65
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Not particularly well-dressed, but so damn iconic looking.
post #9 of 65
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Not particularly well-dressed, but so damn iconic looking.
Cedric, huh? He was a much better dresser during the ATDI days, I would say he was a major participant in the indie 70s-revival. Now he's just a dork.
post #10 of 65
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Haha. Keith Richards is an ugly bastard but he is still the shit.
Keith is my hero. Have you ever been to a Stones concert? He doesn't even know he's alive but damn can he play He puts on really weird clothes etc. But somehow it just belongs to him.
post #11 of 65
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(orbitingio @ Feb. 07 2005,14:04) Not particularly well-dressed, but so damn iconic looking. []
Cedric, huh? He was a much better dresser during the ATDI days, I would say he was a major participant in the indie 70s-revival. Now he's just a dork.
I don't know about that -- I've got a ton of their live videos, various appearances, etc. and he was almost constantly wearing this one T-shirt... Something about a "bull" on it, if I recall correctly. It had to have been filthy. The fact that he yanked at it like crazy all the time couldn't have helped, either.
post #12 of 65
Crazy, orbitingio, I posted the same pic back in September. I saw Moz in concert last fall, he rocked a really cool shawl collar velvet jacket... Brian SD, it's hard to beat Phoenix for style, those guys are suave. Shame their single reminds me of that awful Maroon 5 song. It's true the Killers suck - I gave them some credit at some point, but that was a mistake. They are Slimane-clad on the latest cover of Spin, maybe? Weird War have a certain je nes cest qoi (sp?), and Ian Sevonius is a pedigreed indie rock name, so they've got that going for them, which is nice... Not that it's a real break from the indie-rock norm... Also, Split Enz were creative back in the day...
post #13 of 65
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Not particularly well-dressed, but so damn iconic looking.
He looks like he's eating the mic. Who is that? Dan
post #14 of 65
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Originally Posted by orbitingio,Feb. 07 2005,17:04
Not particularly well-dressed, but so damn iconic looking. quote] He looks like he's eating the mic.  Who is that? Dan
There is no "looks like" involved. It's Cedric Bixler-Zavala of The Mars volta/At the Drive-In/Defacto.
post #15 of 65
love the pic of morrisey. the beatles were among the best dressed i think as well.
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