Fairey has created portraits of Debbie Harry, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix and Joey Ramone, which have a price tag of $40 000 each. Other artwork in the exhibition start from just $1 000.

The exhibition includes photographs of rock legends such as The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, Madonna and Elvis by acclaimed photographers James Fortune, Mick Rock and Baron Wolman.

Screen Shot 2015-09-08 at 15.46.07 From left to right Sid Vicious, 2015, Debbie Harry, 2015 and Joey Ramone, 2015 all by Shepard Fairey
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Rock Style, which has been organised by Jeffrey Deitch and Tommy Hilfiger, will run from 22nd September - 30th October. This is not the first time the art dealer and designer have collaborated, they were responsible for another meeting of the art and music world when Miley Cyrus performed at Art Basel last year.

Screen Shot 2015-09-08 at 15.46.21 From left to right Elvis Presley, Going home, by Alfred Wertheimer, David Bowie ''Life on Mars,'' London 1973 by Mick Rock, Janis Joplin, by Baron Wolman, 1967
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The core concept of the exhibition is to examine a time when musicians were in control of their own image, the result being incredible person style, which inspired fans and the fashion industry alike.

"Musicians were more influential in the world of fashion than fashion designers," commented Hilfiger.