Queen legend Freddie Mercury’s fan account, freddie_mrcry, has shared a rare photo of the late star with two astonishing models on Instagram and showed his unique fashion style with the followers.

As you can see in the picture below, Freddie was wearing a white the pleated batwing tunic, which was made by Zandra Rhodes. And he was showing his ‘poker face’ between two gorgeous models for the Daily Telegraph in 1974.

Queen released the second album of the band in 1974, named Queen II, and scheduled their ‘Queen II Tour’ and ‘Sheer Heart Attack Tour’ right after the album was released.
In the same year, Freddie Mercury asked Zandra Rhodes if he can create stage clothing for the Queen’s upcoming tours.

Afterward, Zandra decided to make the clothes for the band, and this tunic in the picture is one of the special stage costumes that he made for Mercury.

Here is what admin of the page wrote in the caption

“Freddie posing in a fashion spread for the Daily Telegraph featuring Bus Stop Clothing.⁣

Freddie is wearing the pleated batwing tunic made by Zandra Rhodes with models Marianne (left), and Louise (right), June 7th, 1974″

A fan named Veronique added this comment:

“He is so beautiful !!! Look at that perfect face ❤️”

Another fan named Natalie wrote:

“What a marvelous spread! I am impressed…”

You can check the post below.