Local Musicians with Inspiring Style

To celebrate NZ Music Month, we've rounded up our pick of stylish local musicians who don't shy away from experimenting with their look

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From Lonely to Valentino, Lorde’s high low mix is always full of surprises - pictured here at last year’s Met Gala wearing a Valentino gown. Picture / @lordemusic

READ: Find out about the fashion in Lorde’s latest video.

Rapper David Dallas opts for streetwear from the likes of local skate brand Def. Picture / @ddotdallas

Currently based in LA, singer-songwriter Chelsea Jade’s style is a minimalists dream – sticking to a colour palette of black, white and grey. Picture / @iamchelseajade

Brooke Fraser is known to sport a beautiful gown while performing, supporting local brands like Juliette Hogan and Zambesi – she's pictured here wearing a design from the latter in 2015. Picture / @brookefraser

One for the history books, who can forget Split Enz' punchy new wave style of the late 70s and early 80s. Picture / Supplied

Dream pop duo Purple Pilgrims have a wardrobe filled with dreamy vintage finds from across the world. Picture / Babiche Martens

READ: Purple Pilgrims' Favourite Things.

Big Runga nails understated feminine looks, performing here at the 2016 Vodafone Music Awards in a textural gown designed by Kate Sylvester. Picture / Norrie Montgomery

Aaradhna steals the show on the Vodafone Music Awards 2016 red carpet wearing Zambesi. Picture / Norrie Montgomery

Indie band Cut Off Your Hands wore off-the-rack silk looks from Miss Crabb for their Laneway performance this year, front man Nick Johnston going for a pair of floral pyjamas from the designer’s Summer 2017 range. Picture / @nzhviva

Lawrence Arabia keeps it cool in plaid shirts and trucker caps. A dapper beige suit in his 2009 video for track Apple Pie Bed was a particularly memorable style moment. Picture / @lawrence_arabia

READ: Lawrence Arabia’s Favourite Things.


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