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Discussion in 'Star Style' started by lux lisbon, Nov 4, 2004.
my favorite is theodora richards and you?
Kimberly Stewart for her sense of fashion, and Liv Tyler for her beauty and grace.
I voted for Liv.
JADE JAGGER - she is gorgeous, dresses so well, uber-sexy and has great job designing jewelery for Garard (foprmerly Asprey & Garard) and lives in Ibiza!!
you forgot stella mccartney!
really that much different than rod stewart?
And where is Kelly Osbourne?
Yes, I'm not a fan of Rod but the Beatles chose to portray themselves as a bunch of clean-cut, clean-living booted and suited boys whereas Rod definitely had the whole sex and drugs image. I'm well aware that rockstars are doing far less sex and drugs than they'd like us to think and popstars are doing far more sex and drugs than they'd like us to think but the key with contempary music is IMAGE.
of a career that spanned a decade (and then a couple more counting each individual career) i think you're only choosing to focus on the three or four early years before they really took control of their image
and besides, the clean-living and suited image you're thinking of was pretty scandalous at the time anyways
True that, The Beatles were deffo the first rock stars. Don't be fooled by their mod suits, which was actually quite a subversive style. They had their share of drugs, groupies, and hi-jinx.
my vote goes to Liv... ahhhhh Liv
Scandalous? My grandmother liked the Beatles! The same grandmother who thinks that rock music is the spawn of Satan and has Maggie Thatcher as her role-model...
I'm not a fan of this whole celebrity thing but I voted for Jade Jagger as she's the daughter of a real rockstar...
Rock music is so many different things.. Beatles were not the most noisy kind, but still rockstars. I wouldn't put Beatles under the pop category
hah, the "I hate them" option made me chuckle.
My vote went to Live.
As dull and over-processed as they might seem today, the Beatles were actually fairly revolutionary for their times. Keep in mind that like Herman's Hermits or the Turtles were their British predecessors. It did have a great deal to do with those shaggy hairstyles though.
(However, they're still not "rock stars" in my book...)
In regards to your grandmother, a lot of the revolutionary things of history are now considered very mainstream. As an artistic example, the Impressionists. Here was a group that was so hated by the art critics that they had to form an entirely new gallery for their work, because it wouldn't be shown anywhere else. And now it's main place seems to be on every Kleenex box and in the bedrooms of ultra frilly, non-controversial ladies.
Interesting how things change.
Lizzie Jagger, definitely. Like her attitude.