Band: The Sex Pistols

Sid's leather jacket, jeans, and motorcycle boots meant so much to him that he wanted to be buried in them. Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren claimed he was the attitude of punk rock, and he definitely fit the aesthetic. From the spiky, uncouth hair to the double-rider motorcycle jacket festooned with subversive buttons, he also embraced printed shirts and other classic outerwear pieces like trench coats. Skinny jeans were another integral part of the uniform, with the middle-finger-to-the-world attitude acting as the glue that held it all together.