The King wore this satin headband as part of his karate uniform. Elvis was a passionate martial arts enthusiast.
Morrissey wore this flowered shirt on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London when the Smiths performed on April 6th, 1985.
The Rolling Stones
Throughout his 50-year career, Mick Jagger has defined what a frontman in rock n roll is all about. He wore and signed this stylish jacket.
Clash bassist Paul Simonon designed and wore this Everyones a Prostitute t-shirt. His personal aesthetic had a huge impact on punk fashion in the late 70s
The Sex Pistols
This black leather motorcycle jacket belonged to Sex Pistols bassist and punk icon Sid Vicious. Sid gifted it to a writer for the New Musical Express after first getting into a brawl with him.
Rock n roll pioneer Chuck Berry wore this ruffled shirt on stage. John Lennon once said, If you tried to give rock n roll another name, you might call it Chuck Berry.
This sleeveless denim vest perfectly represents Springsteen's unpretentious working-class style and mystique. He wore it during the legendary Born in the USA tour from '84 to '85.
Colombian megastar Shakira wore this Alexander Wang dress when she performed her hit single Hips Don't Lie on Later... with Jools Holland in 2009.
Lady Gaga wore this incredible, one-of-a-kind Jean Paul Gaultier gown during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Legendary drummer Ginger Baker of Cream and Blind Faith used this unusual LudwigVistalite bass drum while performing in Africa with Fela Ku
U2 drummer Larry Mullen, Jr. used this Yamaha bass drum during the bands 1987 U.S. tour in support of The Joshua Tree.
Gene Simmons of Kiss played this highly stylized Cort Axe Bass on stage when the band performed in Helsinki, Finland on June 3rd, 2013. The next day, he signed it over to the Hard Rock collection
This stunning Dean Cadillac guitar belonged to the late Steve Clarke of Def Leppard. Before Steve acquired this instrument, it belonged to Billy Gibbons of ZZ To
This left-handed Gibson Les Paul was owned by the greatest, most influential heavy metal guitarist of all time – Black Sabbaths Tony Iommi. He bought it in 1990 and used it during writing and recording sessions throughout the 90s.