Meet David-Kate Bowie-Moss: Cultural Icons Dressed as Other Cultural Icons

We've all got our heroes.

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Everybody loves to play dress-up. Well, at least once in a while. And yes, stars are included in "everybody." Below are 12 excellent examples of pop culture icons dress up as other pop culture icons—whether it's in professional photo shoots, at costume parties, or just while hanging out in their own bedrooms. After all, there's little more satisfying than a top-notch mashup.

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