Bree Runway is the epitome of the ‘been there, done that’ girl. From singing in front of Michelle Obama to defining her sound as a young black artist, Bree’s courage and sense of identity in the industry has been something that can resonate with everyone. Unsurprisingly, Bree’s confidence and fearless entrance into the music industry has paved the way she expresses herself through her fashion. Daring, unique, and widely creative, Bree is a fashion powerhouse that we are pulling some serious inspo from and owns a rightful place in Voir’s Get The Look.
Look 1: Good as Gold
Everything from vinyl to latex, PVC to patent leather, high shine fabrics have made their mark as one of the most daring fashion trends. They may embody a dominatrix atmosphere but can scream pure elegance and sophistication when accessorised in the right way. Pairing gold with black PVC injects a high end and luxury presence that contrasts the harshness of the high shine material. We love nothing more than Bree’s approach to the trend: using statement earrings and a miniature bag to bring the refinement that PVC needs.
Dress: Elzinga, Balloon-Sleeve PVC Mini Dress, (£430)
Heels: Amina Muaddi, Gilda Embellished Calf Hair Mules, (£735)
Bag: Prada, Re-Edition 2000 Nylon Mini-Bag, (£535)
Earrings: Versace, Medusa Earrings, (£370)
Look 2: Blue and Boujee
2000’s fashion will continue to rain as one of the most striking fashion trends. Whether you love them or hate them, nothing speaks 2000’s fashion like low waisted patchwork denim. Paired with a cropped feather blue jacket and a signature Dior Saddle bag, this Bree look embodies some real ice queen vibes, yet sparks a fun and playful energy that is the epitome of 2000’s fashion.
Feather Coat: Revolve, Feather Jacket 118
Jeans: Ronald Van Der Kemp, Up-Cycled Patchwork Denim Jeans, (£1739)
Boots: Chanel, Vintage Faux Fur Boots, (£695.72)
Bag: Dior, Saddle Bag Oblique Embroided Denim, (£2,700)
Palette: Charlotte Tilbury, Starry Eyes to Hypnotise, (£60)
Look 3: On the Prowl
One thing we love about Bree Runway is her freedom to express through fashion. Going from serious PVC glam to now contrasting prints, she can pull together any look for any occasion and is unafraid to do so. Pairing a Marylin Monroe body and leopard print trousers may not go hand in hand to some, but for the fearless, it’s a look that cannot go un-noticed.
Bodysuit: Versace, 1991 Warhol Pop-Art Bodysuit, ($1600)
Scarf: Balenciaga, Faux Fur Scarf, (£975)
Glasses: Retrosuperfuture, Sacro Rectangular Frame Sunglasses, (£171) Graphics by Latisha Fleckenstein
Words by Clare Stephenson