Get an eyeful of 20th century icons.
In life it’s always important to pay homage to those who came before us (see: Lady Bey’s regular shout-outs to Aretha, Madonna’s love for Marilyn, and so on.) This month, world-renowned photog David Bailey does the same hundreds of times over.
Stop. Look. Prepare to awestruck: Bailey’s Stardust at The National Portrait Gallery in London is a star-filled series of portraits from Bailey’s own personal collection.
Pop by anytime through June 1st for iconic exotica that’s clearly inspired every pop and fashion icon since: from Kate Moss and a young Mick Jagger to a Salvador Dali selfie and Papua New Guinea natives in full ceremonial dress.
Talk about head turners ahead of their time.