At the very apex of David Bowie’s spectacular rise to rock ‘n’ roll fame and glory, photographer Steve Schapiro seized a rare invitation from Bowie’s manager for a private photo session with the pop star in Los Angeles in 1974.


  • Opening spread for Ponyboy Magazine Bowie/Glam editorial
  • The beautiful Stella Rose Saint Clair photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine glam editorial
  • Stella Rose Saint Clair models for Ponyboy Magazine women's glam editorial
  • Ziggy Stardust/Angela Bowie style, for Ponyboy Magazine women's editorial
  • Stella Rose Saint Clair models Angela Bowie glam style for Ponyboy Magazine editorial
  • Angela Bowie style for Ponyboy Magazine women's editorial
  • Stella Rose Saint Clair in vintage Ungaro for Ponyboy Magazine glam story
  • Model/designer wears vintage Bill Blass for Ponboy Magazine editorial
  • Stella Rose Saint Clair photographed in David Dalrymple for Ponyboy Magazine glam editorial
  • Model Stella Rose Saint Clair wears Katy Rodriguez for Ponyboy Magazine glam Bowie editorial



For our latest women’s editorial, Ponyboy paid homage to the 1970’s glitter, glam rock style of then husband and wife duo Angela and David Bowie. The captivating pair were the rock-n-roll “it” couple of the day with their signature androgynous style. Angela often favored girlish looks to juxtapose her svelte boyish body, including sexy silk blouses paired with pencil skirts and high heels, and feminine dresses. David’s outlandish “Ziggy Stardust” stage creations were designed by Japanese avant-garde designer Kansai Yamamoto. These glitzy costumes ranged from spectacular kimonos to one-legged jumpsuits. We felt that no one could play this role better than our favorite now “it” girl and designer Stella Rose Saint Clair. Stella has an androgynous, lithe figure and a bold personal style that embodies this enchanting couple. Moreover, the talented and legendary Guy Vanvoores collaborated on this project. Who better? Guy’s genius make-up and vision were key in executing this story. Frontman for the boundaries pushing rock group the Toilet Boys, Miss Guy is an iconic glam rock fixture in New York City.