Jimmy Page Stage Outfit 1975. Currently displayed at the V&A Museum, London: Painted satin and gold cord. By Malcolm Hall. This stage costume, worn by Jimmy Page, of Led Zeppelin, is known as the ‘Egyptian’ costume because of the symbols prominent on the back of the satin jacket. These symbols are more than just decoration, however, reflecting Page’s interest in the occult, and particularly the teachings of early 20th Century British occultist and writer Aleister Crowley. As well as having meaning in the symbols, the ivory satin costume itself would have been highly eye-catching, reflecting Page’s wild performance style.