Certain icons will always be evergreen, traversing generations with ease and never losing an ounce of relevance. David Bowie is one of those icons. Is it because his music is good? Of course it is. Is it because his very face has become iconic? Absolutely. But what is it about David Bowie that transfixes generation after generation? The answer, of course, is simpler than we think. Maybe it’s because, for lack of a better phrase, he’s always just been there.