Kate Moss as David Bowie
The supermodel posed for "French Vogue" as Ziggy Stardust.
Calista Flockhart as Audrey Hepburn
With a little eyebrow pencil, Flockhart turned into Hepburn from "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
Marilyn Monroe as Theda Bara
"LIFE" captured Monroe as Cleopatra in 1958. The role was originally played by the silent film star Theda Bara.
Charlie Chaplin as Napoleon Bonaparte
Chaplin dressed as Bonaparte at a costume party thrown by Randolph Hearst. Chaplin's wife, of course, dressed as Josephine.
Sting as Napoleon Bonaparte
Chaplin wasn't the only fan of Napoleon. Sting also imitated the French emperor.
Bugs Bunny as Groucho Marx
"Of course you realize, this means war!"
Martha Stewart as Veronica Lake
No photoshop here. Photographed for Kevyn Aucoin's "Face Forward," Martha Stewart was transformed into the '40s beauty.
Cher as Elvis
Cher dressed as the King for VH1's Divas concert.
Kurt Cobain as Barney
The guitar totally gives away Barney's hidden rock identity.
Winona Ryder as Elizabeth Taylor
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Jerry Seinfeld as Elvis Presley
Rolling Stone shot two Seinfeld covers — early Elvis and fat Elvis.
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A look back at the Nirvana frontman on his 50th birthday
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50 years ago, a skinny, freckle-faced Cockney 17-year-old became an international sensation
From Sonny Bono to Clint Eastwood, they made the switch between entertainment and government
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