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FLORENCE WELCH described as the titian-tressed lead singer of Florence and the Machine and an idol of the frenetic indie set in the New York Times by Bee-Shyuan Chang, free lance writer and fashion director for Fabric magazine, has become a fashion icon as well.
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As Chang noted in her article "Ms Welch ... has emerged as a refreshing new fashion muse on the music scene. Unlike so many of her young contemporaries, who are groomed so glossily that they could double as Comic-Con characters, Ms. Welch wears her hair disheveled and favors loose peasant blouses and billowing cape-sleeved dresses."
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Chang further reported " As tends to happen with musicians of the moment, Ms. Welch’s sensibility has also seeped onto runways. Both Valentino and Dries Van Noten used Florence and the Machine tracks for their spring 2011 shows. Mulberry went even further, hiring Ms. Welch to sing at its after-party and putting a parade of models in red wigs on the catwalk, though fortuitous timing also played a part."
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