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- Danny Masterson aka DJ Mom Jeans
- Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen by Steve Emberton
- Madonna by Richard Corman
- The Runaways by Steve Emberton
- David Bowie by Andrew Kent
- The scene
- The Notorious B.I.G. by Chi Modu
- The Libertines by Andy Willsher
- Jimi Hendrix by Henry Grossman
- Jay-Z by Erik Voake
- The Beatles by Tom Murray
Local fashion fiends, art aficionados and music buffs joined forces at Confederacy last night to preview a collection of limited edition prints hand-selected by actor Danny Masterson. Also known as DJ Mom Jeans, the boutique's cofounder and That '70s Show alum spinned retro tunes for the intimate crowd as they marveled over rare photos of artists like The Beatles, Biggie and The Runaways.
Masterson worked with online fine art photography gallery Rock Paper Photo to curate the exhibit, which features over 40 iconic snaps across a variety of music genres. Some of our favorites include Steve Embertson's classic backstage shot of Sid and Nancy, a regal-looking David Bowie with cigar in hand by Andrew Kent and badass Jimi Hendrix gnawing on his guitar after a particularly epic solo, captured by Henry Grossman.