On the first year of David Bowie's death anniversary I booked a ticket to see a documentary that was shot in 2013 when he was still alive based on an exhibition at Victoria Albert Museum in London.
Of course I wore this exuberant velvet suit combined with silver boots (not the ones in the picture :D ) that I have recently purchased to mark the flamboyant nature of Bowie. People were staring. But it wasn't about me.
It's so sad to realise that someone so great and courageous in his ideas is no longer with us. So soon, so fast, so unexpected. This documentary hasn't gone into a great detail of Bowie's life. It only showed us, how little you need to embrace who you really are in this world. And that is the ultimate belief in the ludicrous idea that he could change the world, which he successfully achieved proving to us that it is indeed possible.
The most striking thing about it all was that... everything, all of his lyrics and video ideas started with a piece of paper and a childish handwriting. It was that simple. How was he so extraordinarily ordinary to the rest of us... is very hard to comprehend!