Rocket Ship is out now!
Tandanya/Adelaide-based pop artist Stellie has shared her new single, Rocket Ship. To celebrate the release, the singer has shared with MILKY her top five fashion icons!
"Rocket Ship was purely accidental. I walked into the studio with no real plan, and this was the result - a sharp, edgy, and slightly subtle track exploring the idea of 'beauty in imperfections'. It was written in my home studio in Adelaide, before workshopping it a year later with Alex Markwell at The Aviary Studios in Melbourne. Lyrically it shines a light on a 'real life kind of love' - a love that is gritty and not always so shimmery and clean because that's not always realistic. 'My city isn't pretty, but I still get lost in it every day' - even though our love isn't perfect, doesn't mean it's not worth living for." the singer shares.
Stellie is set to support GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum artist Lorde on the Adelaide date of the singers Solar Power Australian tour. Tickets are on sale now!
I’m specifically in love with Suki Waterhouse’s onstage wardrobe. It’s so sultry, sleazy (but in the best way) and very 60s rock and roll inspired. Lots of leather, feathers and tailored pants. When I grow up, I want to dress like Suki Waterhouse.
Twiggy will always be a household name and an icon - but her fashion was next level. She was basically the poster girl for fashion liberation in the 60s and literally changed the World of fashion forever. She was one of the first women to introduce more ‘masculine’ pieces into her wardrobe too, such as loafers, waistcoats, and ties. Girl power.
Zoë Kravitz is the epitome of being ‘effortlessly cool’ Her style is somewhat understated, but somehow, she will always stand out in a crowd. Not only does she always look sleek and edgy - but she always looks comfortable too. Lots of oversized tees, coats and hoodies. Definitely my kinda vibe.
Lana is an inspiration to me in many ways - I really feel as if her music is reflected in her fashion choices. Kinda that ‘sad Hollywood glamour’ I love the flow dresses, flowers in her hair - it’s very ‘pure’ But then she also has that California girl about her too - wearing just classic blue jeans and a white tee. She literally wears what she sings.
I mean, when you think of fashion icons in the music industry - my mind automatically goes to Sir Elton John. I’m actually reading his biography at the moment, where he talks a lot about his fashion. Basically, his motto was - the more outrageous the better. Absolutely nothing was off the cards for this man, and I really admire him for that.
Rocket Ship is out now!