Top Fashion Tips From The Rolling Stones As Seen On Jessie J, Kate Moss and Georgia May Jagger
Over the past 50 years the Rolling Stones have been responsible for some superbly outrageous fashion statements, something the fashionistas of today's world haven't failed to notice. As they release their documentary Crossfire Hurricane and announce two gigs at the O2, we bring you their top influences on today's fashion world.
Striped trousers - Brian Jones
Modelled here by Jessie J and featured in JW Anderson for Topshop's range, stripey trews are definitely having a moment.
Leopard Print Jackets - Keith Richards
Georgia May Jagger takes inspiration from her dad's bandmate Keith.
Furry Jackets - Keith Richards
All the rage in the wake of Boho, Sienna Miller led the fash pack with a seemingly endless collection of furry, hairy and feathery jackets.
Headbands - Keith Richards
A favourite amongst Young Hollywood, headbands were favoured by Mischa Barton and Nicole Richie.
Leather Jackets - Mick Jagger
A classic rock star staple, Alison Mossheart looks every inch the rock and roll legend.
Skinny Jeans - Mick Jagger
Hitting the mainstream again in 2005, Kate Moss became the poster girl for the look that accompanied the indie revival.
Velvet Blazers - Keith Richards
Once favoured by flmaboyant artistes, now perfect for adding glam to an evening look ala SJP.
And Er, Neck Scarves. Thanks Mick Jagger
Maybe one trend that should stay firmly in the past?