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Stylin' Rockers

Stylin' Rockers - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Being a musician isn't just about the music. You gotta walk the walk and talk the talk and that means lookin' groovy. Here are some stylish rock 'n rollers that have got the look whether it comes to clothes or tattoos.

Being a musician isn't just about the music. You gotta "walk the walk" and "talk the talk" - that means lookin' groovy. Lots of musicians try to be fashionable (not mentioning any names... Christina Aguilera) but they don't always get it right. Here are some stylish artists that have got the look - the right look, that is.

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Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz is known as much for his stylin' threads as he for his trademark dreads. He lost the dreadlocks for a shorter 'do but he hasn't lost his sense of style. Lenny is best known for his retro look with bell bottoms, boots, boas and vests. Although he's going for a more casual jeans and T shirt look since cutting his dreads, he's still very stylish. Lenny Kravtiz also sports a bunch of tattoos that can usually be seen peaking out at the neckline or sleeve. He looks so natural in funky shades and retro clothes, that you'd think Lenny was just born cool.

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J. Lo

One of the first questions people want to know when they hear Jennifer Lopez attended an event is "what was she wearing?" She's a walking fashion statement and has caused a commotion on a number of occasions with her plunging bust lines and see-through dresses. The infamous, revealing green Versace dress she wore to The Grammy's is still talked about. Whether she's dressed in hip-hop gear or a ball gown, J. Lo is a fashion diva. Her love don't cost a thing but her clothes sure do!

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Madonna

Talk about a trendsetter. Madonna has been setting fashion trends since her early days of boy toy belts, crosses and jelly bracelets. Madonna will show up at an event and the next thing ya know, there are designer rip-offs of her outfit at trendy boutiques. Since the release of Music, the vogue singer has been associated with the western look. If you've seen a lot of peeps in cowboy hats and western shirts, you can thank the Material Girl.

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Bono

You rarely catch Bono without his fly-like shades in various shapes, sizes and colors. He sports hats and usually wears neutral colors. He's big on casual suit jackets too. Bono fronts U2 - one of the biggest bands in the world - and is known almost as much for his style as he is for fighting for a good cause.

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Eminem

His casual street wear - baggy jeans, T-shirts and sports jerseys have made him one of the most stylin' rappers around. Eminem's look wouldn't be complete without his tattoos and bleach-blond hair. He's casual, comfortable and cool. No one else ever wore the "street" look with so much attitude before the Slim Shady came along.

Who do you think has the look? Is AJ's look cool? Is Christina Aguilera a fashion victim? Who's a trendsetter and who should be arrested for breaking some serious fashion laws? what ya think.

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