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February 10, 2010  ·  culture  ·  style

How to be an aging rocker

Most old rock stars have a real problem working out how to reconcile their age, their place in history, and the fact that they jump around and scream for a living. But The Who really nailed it with their Super Bowl style. Roger Daltrey's great striped blazer, scarf and wireframes all refer directly to the band's 1960s Mod roots, but in a completely contemporary way, with a little dose of Austin Powers revisionism. We'll overlook an unfortunate Pete Townshend buttoning strategy that lead to an occasional display of pasty British gut. It wouldn't be the halftime show without a wardrobe malfunction. (AP photo)

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