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Bowie Ball 2012: Ziggy fans gather Le Poisson Rouge (slide show)

The city's David Bowie acolytes salute the none-more-glam icon.

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The man variously known as the Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust and (probably to no one except his immediate family) David Robert Jones—that’s right, the 65-year-old David Bowie–was feted at the annual Bowie Ball, held at Le Poisson Rouge on Saturday, October 13. As usual, the performance-heavy tribute—helmed by Deryck Todd—featured a few looks that Bowie himself probably wouldn’t have dreamed up, even in his most tlandish Aladdin Sane days.

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