When my sister/assistant Margherita phoned me this early morning to tell me that David Bowie was dead, I couldn’t believe the news and I felt incredibly upset.

David Bowie’s album Heroes (1977) was the first CD I bought when I was fifteen and mad about everything glam rock related. I used to wear glittery leggins at school, my hair was fucsia and green and I listened to Bowie’s music from the morning to the night.

I can surely affirm that David Bowie has been my first real unconventional style icon and every time I need to wake-up my rebel, rebel soul I just look at 70’s David pictures and I immediately feel better.

Today, his music plays on repeat on my old record player, there is a strange light outside and the wind blows hard.
I like to imagine that it is the wonderful, artistic, sweet, pure and powerful soul of David Bowie that flies in the sky like his Starman.

“I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring” (David Bowie)

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