If you grew up with “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction” roaring through your parents’ record player or that iconic red tongue emblazoned across various old band tees, you’re in luck. Exhibitionism—The Rolling Stones has hopped the pond showing now until March 12, in New York City. I’m talking about the original bad boys from Britain who ditched matching blazers for leather, glitter, bright color, and costume early on in their career, revolutionizing the music, fashion, and art industries. Walking through their exhibit is like stepping into Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, and Mick Jagger's shoes through recreations of places like their first flat in London and a typical recording studio. The rock legends, with new album Blue & Lonesome dropping December 2, dug deep into the vaults for their personal stashes of paraphernalia to furnish the collections on display.
After perusing the more than 500 Stones items on display, watching a documentary film compilation narrated by Martin Scorsese, experiencing a 3D concert from Hyde Park in Chicago, Illinois, and adding the Tommy Hilfiger limited-edition Stones capsule collection to our wish lists, we’ve selected the top five things you won’t want to miss from the exhibit if you’re near New York this season.