Music

Courtney Love

When Courtney Love burst onto the music scene in the ’90s her tattered baby doll style received just as much attention as her music and constant tabloid headlines. She became a fashion icon for teenage girls everywhere.

Kurt Cobain

Considered by many to be the “King of Grunge Rock”, Kurt Cobain became the unwillingly leader of a generation. His jaded attitude and “don’t care” appearance was something to which many kids could relate. Though his life was cut short, his music remains influential to this day.

Beyonce Single Ladies

Beyonce keeps it fabulous while singing this anthem for single ladies. She wears a simple leotard and accessorizes with some unique bling. If you’d like to take the look to the next level, grab two friends to complete the trio and work on those dance moves!

Cee Lo Green

Musician, producer, actor Cee Lo Green turns heads wherever he goes. With his one-of-a-kind wardrobe, he’s certainly not one to shy away from feathers, fur (in the form of a Persian lap cat) or bedazzles.

Gangnam Style Yellow Suit Guy

Yellow Suit Guy, played by popular Korean comedian Yoo Jae-Seok, is one of the few who’s danced-off against PSY and lived to tell about it. Perhaps his paparazzi specs and reflective suit have something to do with that.

Gangnam Style Elevator Cowboy

If PSY’s sleek formalwear is not for you, perhaps you can try his hip-thrusting friend’s laid back style, which includes a t-shirt, skin-tight shorts, and a cowboy hat. Trademark moves by popular Korean comedian Noh Hong Chul.

Gangnam Style PSY

The K-pop single Gangnam Style was a force of nature in 2012, breaking a billion YouTube views. In the music video, PSY sports numerous flamboyant suits, most famously a blue tuxedo while doing his signature horse dance and swallowing airborne debris.