All the Looks You Need To Know From Solange’s ‘Don’t Touch My Hair’ and ‘Cranes in the Sky’ Music Videos.
Solange has always been willing to push the envelope and experiment when it comes to fashion.
Style played a major part in the accompanying visuals for her critically-acclaimed work A Seat at the Table. Solange crafted custom looks and enlisted several indie designers and artists to create the unique pieces that she and her models wore in both the still images and music videos for A Seat at the Table.
Solange Wears the ‘Baltimore’ Down Coat by Acne Studios. White Custom Fur by Adrienne Landau.
You can snag Solange’s coat HERE.
Dresses from Jaimee McKenna
These blue dresses come via U.K.-based knitwear designer Jaimee McKenna’s Fall/Winter 2013 collection. Solange actually teased one of the looks way back in May as a possible Met Gala option.
Connected Dresses designed by Tina Knowles and Tim White.
This beautiful blue look was inspired by a 1999 collection from iconic designer Issey Miyake (below).
Jacket by Nadine Goepfert.
This jacket by artist and textile designer Nadine Goepfert looks like it’s a new take on the common “puffy” coats seen every winter in colder parts of the world. The look was actually created from memory foam.
Metallic look by Anthony McDowell.
The New York-based designer created this silver 2-piece look.
Custom sets by Phlemuns. Shoes by LOQ.
L.A.-based indie designer Phlemuns has worked with Solange in the past. He’s also dressed Justine Skye and Miley Cyrus. Solange’s shoe designer, LOQ, is also L.A.-based.
Pink trashbag dress created by Solange
Solange customized several looks for the music videos, including this pink plastic dress.