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THIN WHITE DUKE Bowie during a four-night run in Glasgow
The ensemble is similar to Bowie's impeccable crisp look when he identified himself as the Thin White Duke for his album "Station to Station.
DEPENDING on which decade you were born in he is Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane or The Thin White Duke.
Born out of David Bowie's Berlin Era, Thin White Duke moves towards the directional, stripping out colour and teaming unique accessories with a stark monochrome palette and razor sharp shapes.
He said that it sounds like a record that has been in the making for ten years and if it is, he admires the thin white duke even more.
David Bowie is (Victoria and Albert Museum, Knightsbridge, West London, until August 11): The Thin White Duke is hotter than ever and tickets are selling fast for this show.
Luparelli, whose lifelong dream is to meet The Thin White Duke someday, said if that ever happened, she doesn't know what she would say.
If he's become a character, as he did with his Ziggy Stardust and The Thin White Duke personas, the 66-year-old is now a wise grandfather reflecting on his past.