Boy George & Vangelis Polydorou Attend Celebrate Opening Of ‘Bowie 75’ In London
Valngelis Polydorou and Boy George were seen attending an exclusive lunch celebrating the opening of Bowie 75 on Monday.
Bowie 75 celebrates what would have been the 75th birthday of the late singer-songwriter, David Bowie. The event allows fans to celebrate and explore the fashion, music, art and influence of one of the world’s greatest artists and creators.
Bowie and his artistry were featured at this spectacular event, allowing guests to enjoy themselves with a “first-look into immersive audio, video and photography experiences.”
Boy George and Polydorou made an appearance at the exclusive lunch celebrating the event beforehand. The duo definitely stood out with their fashionable ensembles – Polydorou sported a chic black blazer with a natural makeup look, and Boy George also got the all-black memo, wearing a black button-up shirt with a coat to match, and a black top hat.
This London pop-up features many events and exhibits, allowing attendees to immerse themselves in a celebratory Bowie experience. Featured at the event were exhibits like “Ground Control,” where fans were able to leave heart-warming messages for Bowie, and the “Cut up Magnet Wall,” which was a place for fans to write songs by putting together different magnets with Bowie’s lyrics on them, creating new songs with new meanings.
The event took place at the Bowie store on Heddon Street, officially beginning the celebrations of what would have been Bowie’s upcoming 75th birthday. A second Bowie 75 location can be found in New York City in Soho, the neighborhood where the singer lived. The limited-time experience will run from October 25, 2021, through late January 2022.