If there is a single pop cultural figure who has contributed the most to menswear, it’s David Bowie. From his gender-bending ambiguity to his unrivalled originality and experimentation, he changed the way men (and women) could wear clothes. A true renegade, Bowie refused to play by the rules, instead persistently pushing the boundaries of music, art and fashion through his various creative incarnations. As Ziggy Stardust and The Thin White Duke, he defined 70s fashion and reinvented what a pop icon could be forever. Here’s what your wardrobe owes to David Bowie.