Rock star style: Anika

<b>The relationship between music and style:</b>
"For me, it was really important to go for classic simple stuff, because one of my main issues with the music industry was this over-emphasis on crazy stage outfits. It was taking away the emphasis on the music and the meaning behind it, so I wanted to go for something classic. It makes [people] work a bit more, because you're not wearing a spangly outfit or changing [your clothes] every song."
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<b>Style inspirations:</b> "I've got a lot of Dusty Springfield records. The '60s musicians did [style] really well. It wasn't overly done, but it was done in a way that was simple but classic."

( Craig Seymour/Chicago Shopping )

The relationship between music and style: "For me, it was really important to go for classic simple stuff, because one of my main issues with the music industry was this over-emphasis on crazy stage outfits. It was taking away the emphasis on the music and the meaning behind it, so I wanted to go for something classic. It makes [people] work a bit more, because you're not wearing a spangly outfit or changing [your clothes] every song."

Style inspirations: "I've got a lot of Dusty Springfield records. The '60s musicians did [style] really well. It wasn't overly done, but it was done in a way that was simple but classic."

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