Somali fashion model Iman took to her Instagram page recently to pay tribute to her late husband, David Bowie, in honor of his posthumous 74th birthday.
English singer-songwriter, David Bowie, died five years ago, but his memory continues to live on in his loved ones and numerous fans' hearts and minds.
Bowie's widow, Somali fashion model Iman, paid tribute to him on what would have been his 74th birthday. In a post on her Instagram page on Sunday, Iman shared a picture of a drawing that she signed and dated January 10, 2021.
Iman and David Bowie pose sweetly at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London | Photo: Getty Images
In the caption to the post, Imanwrote
, "January 10th" and added the hashtags, "Iman Art," "Eternal Embrace," "Eternal Love," and "Bowie Forever."
Before the post on Sunday, Iman made another post on Saturday where she shared an old picture of her late husband kissing her on her forehead, captioning it:
"Forehead kisses are kisses meant for the soul. #EternalLove #BowieForever."
In the adorable black and white picture, Bowie wore a dark shirt and carried a bag on his back. He also held an umbrella over his and Iman's heads.
Iman wore a white robe and closed her eyes as Bowie planted a kiss on her forehead, placing her left hand on his shoulder as he did.
Bowie worked across multiple disciplines, making him one of the most influential entertainers of the 20th century.
Iman was not the only person who paid tribute to Bowie. Model Naomi Campbell also shared a throwback picture that showed her talking to the music icon while Iman stood beside them.
Five years after his demise on January 10, 2016, Bowie, renowned for his restless reinvention, continues to inspire and amaze fans and music lovers worldwide.
Bowie worked across multiple disciplines, making him one of the most influential entertainers of the 20th century. He was born on January 8, 1947, in London, England. His first hit song was "Space Oddity," which he released in 1969 before going on to make more hits.
Bowie was also an actor and starred in the hit 1976 film, "The Man Who Fell to Earth." He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and died from cancer 20 years later.