While brands such as Saint Laurent, John Varvatos and Costume National keep rock ‘n’ roll style alive, Mick Jagger is one legendary frontman that helped set the standards. The English singer shot to fame, leading the iconic rock band the Rolling Stones, which was founded in 1962. With a career that spans decades, the Rolling Stones penetrated the cultural landscape with hits such as Miss You, Paint It, Black and (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.
A performance chameleon with a larger than life persona, Jagger inspired songs like Maroon 5’s Moves Like Jagger. The rocker was known for his provocative stage gestures, adventurous style and androgynous appeal. Staying the course as one era transitioned to the next, Jagger’s style evolved. The English singer seamlessly mastered a variety of aesthetics, taking on dashing, slim-cut mod suiting, glam form fitting stage outfits and embellished, detail oriented ensembles.