Salvador Dalí died in 1989, yet his birthday on Saturday is reason enough to celebrate the artist, whose legacy is alive and well—as is his mustache, which his exhumation proved in 2017. It’s been nine decades since Dalí left behind his native Spain for Paris, where he set about painting the first of the works that we now associate above all with Surrealism—even though it was actually Dalí’s pal André Breton who first introduced the concept, several years before. No one, however, took Surrealism as seriously as Dalí, who, along with artists like René Magritte, solidified its status as one of the most important movements of the 20th century (as well as its reputation for eroticism and oddities). Dalí’s influence might have first been recognized in art, but it’s cropped up seemingly everywhere since—including even cookbooks. It’s also made its way into fashion photography, as W‘s archives readily evidence. Take a look, here.