They've been rocking and rolling for five decades... so what better way to celebrate their long career than with a retrospective of their time together.
Rolling Stones bandmembers Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts joined forces for the launch of their brand new memorabilia exhibition in London.
The men, who have a combined age of 286, were pictured outside the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea on Monday evening, where they were clearly enjoying each other's company.
Greeted by a horde of fans, the four men were given a rapturous welcome as they emerged from their cars in West London to the private view of the exhibition, which will cost £21 per person during its five month run.
Clearly dressed to impress, each of the chart-toppers were on fine sartorial form in their array of designer suits, which ensured they looked as hip and trendy as possible - despite their advancing years.
Mick looked particularly dapper in a classic black and white ensemble, which he matched with a vivid mustard-coloured scarf.
Taking to Twitter earlier in the day, Mick encouraged fans to attend the newly-opened show, saying: 'The exhibition opens tomorrow. If you come and see it let me know what you think. We love it, and I hope you do too!'.
Unsurprisingly, it was liked and sharing countless times by die-hard followers.
He later added two more messages, one of which asserted: 'Backstage area looking very authentic, feel like I'm ready to go on!'.
Not that he was the only dapper dude there, of course. His fellow bandmates also commanded attention - especially Ronnie Wood, who opted for a a metallic-effect leopard-print jacket and matching sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Keith Richards was typically eccentric in a snakeskin-effect leather jacket which he teamed with skinny jeans and a bowler hat for added dramatic effect.
Charlie Watts, however, was a little more understated and stepped out in a three-piece contrast suit.