British Fashion Designer/Musician Keanan Duffty on Working with David Bowie, Punk Fashion, and His New Music

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Award-winning British fashion designer and musician Keanan Duffty has made mixing music and fashion his forte, w orking closely with artists David Bowie and the Sex Pistols, and playing alongside Clem Burke, Patti Smith, Scissor Sisters, Earl Slick, and Moby. The London Central Saint Martins first-class honors graduate dressed the Sex Pistols for their 2003 American tour, and in 2006 he collaborated with David Bowie to create a fashion collection for Target. As a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and CFDA Education Committee, Duffty served as stylist for the 2016 CFDA Awards tribute to Bowie, featuring Tilda Swinton and Michael C. Hall with costumes by Kansai Yamamoto and Donatella Versace. He's even written a book called Rebel Rebel Anti-Style , which explores fashion, music, and "anti-fashion" icons. Duffty has had his own success as a singer with his music project Slinky Vagabond. The band recently released a new album, K ing Boy Vandals , which features influential names in music . The all-around artist and creative came to visit us at the LifeMinute Studios to talk about the 10-track record, working with Bowie, and the evolution of punk fashion.