FKA Twigs Stunned In The Versace Front Row

by Jodie Layne

When it comes to celebrities who give us haute couture aspirations, FKA Twigs' flawless and fearless looks are right at the top. It's totally natural then that FKA Twigs' front row outfit at Versace's Ready To Wear London Fashion Week show is totally drool-worthy.

The singer-songwriter is known for styles that are conceptual, well-constructed, ethereal, and basically wearable art — I mean, she wore a dress with a penis on it to the Met Gala. So it makes sense that FKA was not going to wear just any old thing for the Versace show and the sensual singer stepped out in a little black dress that was perfectly suited to her design ethos — and it proved the '90s trend is not over.

The safety-pinned dress, custom designed for FKA Twigs, is a tribute to the now-iconic dress worn by Elizabeth Hurley to the Four Weddings And A Funeral premiere that turned heads and wagged tongues. The style has become something of a signature for the design house and has been re-worked in recent shows, with a similar style being worn by fellow fashion rebel Lady Gaga. Accented with buckled ankle strap heels and a leather jacket, the look was simple but full of edge:

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For a singer who plays with fashion, Twigs loves her monochrome ensembles and shows us that wearing one shade needn't be basic. Here are other times FKA Twigs looked amazing decked out in all black:

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The red checkerboard pattern of her boots and the texture of her coat play beautifully off of the palette her outfit creates.

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FKA Twigs' VMAS dress was a total show-stopper.

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No one would accuse this embellished dress/pants combo of being boring.

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Thigh high slit? Check. A mountain of jewelry? Check. Fierce shoes? Check. This officially a Twigs signature outfit.

I can only hope that this LFW brings us more Twigs-y slayage.