Solange Styled Herself For a Photo Shoot Using All Independent and Majority BIPOC Designers
Solange continues to raise the bar and shatter the boundaries of modern style. The 34-year-old musician wore many hats for her newly published feature in Harper's Bazaar's digital magazine — she shared personal essays and poems in place of an article, asked friend Naima Green to be her photographer, and styled herself with items selected from independent, majority-BIPOC designers. The result is something truly stunning.
Her outfits are compiled with pieces from a vast roster of talented fashion creators. She sticks largely to an earth-tone palette, gravitating toward structured blazers and over-the-knee boots, while at the same time making room for comfy sets and crop tops. In a way, this works hand-in-hand with an idea Solange expresses in her essay, that she sees a "duality" in her digital covers and in herself. "I feel a lot of freedom in not having to chose to exist as one," she said.
Keep reading to see Solange's uninhibited style selections, and make sure to check out her full essays and poems on Harper's Bazaar.