Sing[ular] Swan Song

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It seems as Natasha Khan has been getting alot of views in the original Sing Swan Song post. So I decided that she should get her own post, in commemoration of her unique “Urban Grad” style [and her new album].

Again the theme for the outfit is very tribal and heavy on the eye makeup, but in a creative assymetrical way. It’s almost “tribal chic” because the hairstyle goes so perfectly with the outfit.

It seems as if there is always some type of print in the ensembles she puts together. Whether it be floral stockings coming from underneath a heavily bowed skirt, striped shoulders, or a leopard lining, there will be a pattern.

This is definitely that Keri Hilson shot (or whoever came out first). She reminds me of some young Apache woman who has time traveled into the future and adopted our modern way of dress. But because the jump from her time to our time was so fast, she still retains outward vestiges of her Native heritage. She also shares her clothes with the other members of Bat For Lashes so they can share her style. The awesome makeup is nothing new to Ms. Khan who admits to being eccentric in this interview by the guardian.co.uk.

Written by great8productions

April 12, 2009 at 12:54 am

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  1. I like!


    April 15, 2009 at 1:09 am

  2. if you read the article she says that she does NOT wear makeup all the time, because you should let your natural beauty shine through.


    May 1, 2009 at 11:54 am

  3. You are absolutely right…I misread. Thanks for not letting me slip.


    May 1, 2009 at 3:06 pm

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