Hard Rock Cafe Lisboa Memorabilia
Where would hip hop fashion be without athletic wear? Ever since the heady days of fat gold chains and shell-top Adidas, rappers have been rocking warm-up gear. Eminem knows this as well as anyone, so he tipped his hat to the old school in 2005 when he wore this track suit on stage at the ‘TRL’ awards.
This Ibanez Apex model is Korn guitarist Munky’s signature instrument. It’s a seven-string model that he tunes so low, you can feel it rumble your guts like an earthquake. The star inlays are a tribute to his daughter, whose middle name is Star, as is the “69” inlay – that’s a nod to her astrological sign of Cancer.
The driving force behind Incubus' platinum success is guitarist/keyboardist Einziger – who has forged an aggressive, soulful style that pays homage to the guitar greats of the '60s and '70s, yet never seems anachronistic. He played this Paul Reed Smith guitar throughout the ‘90s and on the albums ‘Make Yourself’ and ‘Science’.
Colombian superstar Shakira wore this Roberto Cavalli tank top on stage in 2006. She donated it to the Hard Rock in return for a generous contribution to her charity, “Fundacion Pies Descalzos.” This charity builds schools in rural areas of Latin America to provide education, nutrition and counseling for underprivileged and displaced youth.
With her instantly recognizable voice, uncanny fashion sense and deeply personal songwriting, Stephanie Lynn “Stevie” Nicks is one of the most influential women in rock history. As lead singer for Fleetwood Mac, she helped define the ’70s; but she’s equally as iconic in the world of fashion. This satin gown is straight from her wardrobe.