It's really quite difficult to fathom that Mick Jagger is already 75 years old. His vigour and high octane live performances haven't changed much since he started with The Rolling Stones in the '60s. And for a man that's halfway into his seventh decade, he still looks pretty darn good too.
Mick Jagger's sense of fashion has evolved over the years. He's traded in those ruffled shirts, skin tight trousers and exaggerated ties for a style that's more modern, but still exudes a rockstar exuberance. Yet, at the same time, it wouldn't be entirely out of place if he were to suddenly rehash some of his iconic looks from back in the day. At a time where silk jacquards and chiffon shirts for men are not that unthinkable, Jagger's style vocabulary would fit right in. In fact, current pop star Harry Styles has been constantly visually likened to the icon, especially with his penchant for elaborate Gucci suits and Saint Laurent outfits.
If there's any doubt at all about Jagger's influence in fashion, you only need to look at the aforementioned luxury brands, as well as collections from Dior Homme and Christopher Bailey's tenure at Burberry—all readily walked the fine line between perceived masculinity and femininity. It's that same sense of fearlessness that makes Jagger a force in fashion; mixing loose frocks with leather boots, or clashing prints and textures together without a care.
In honour of his 75th birthday, take a look at some of Jagger's best fashion-forward moves before they became cool or even socially accepted.