This store display poster for Bowie's 1973 cover album "Pinups" has the same image which appeared on the front of the album itself. This disk was released the same year of Bowie's Aladdin Sane and shortly after his Ziggy Stardust of 1972. By the time Pinups was released, Bowie was firmly entrenched within his style of constant self-reinvention, role playing and the use of highly eclectic musical and dramatic styles. The styling for Pinups was highly androgynous by virtue of the pancake and eye makeup and mullet wig. Model Twiggy who appears with Bowie in the image adopts a similar androgynous style by covering her hair and wearing makeup similar to Bowie's. Twiggy was perhaps the prototype for today's heroin-chic, ultra-thin, and androgynous models seen frequently on the runway.