Le.Minimalist: Songstress Style -- Oh Land

Le.Minimalist: Songstress Style -- Oh Land

“Vintage has to make me feel nostalgic. There’s a lost time that still exists in clothing and materials. It kind of makes up for the fact that you’re never able to go back in time.” - Oh Land, Elle Magazine

OL1For those of us who favorite all things music and fashion, there is no greater joy than when they both meet. My current case in point: Nanna Oland Fabricius, the Copenhagen native and one woman powerhouse behind Oh Land.

Whether or not it was intentional, Nanna Oland Fabricius, aka "Oh Land," has clearly stepped up to become the new fresh face of electro-pop music. She shared the stage with Sia and Katy Perry in 2011 after releasing her latest self titled album, Oh Land, which was easily the most infectious and durable electro-pop album of the year. 

She also spent a lot of time thereafter appearing on talk shows and churning out interviews for music and fashion magazines left and right.

With a capricious style that changes as the wind blows, Oh Land never disappoints on stage or off. Boasting a wide array of fanciful stage-wear, her performance numbers find a place somewhere between Bjork and Lady Gaga, yet she still manages to remain true to her pop roots and vintage tastes. 

And she certainly has good taste. Notorious for being an ardent vintage shopper, she pairs those priceless retro finds with of-the-moment trends, evoking something of an "old-meets-new" feel. A perfect representation of herself, her style and her musical taste. 

I’m not sure if world domination was on her mind when she started out, but it’s my firmly-planted belief that she’s waiting her turn, somewhere in line with Florence Welch and Lady Gaga.

  • Le.Minimalist: Songstress Style -- Oh Land
  • Le.Minimalist: Songstress Style -- Oh Land
  • Le.Minimalist: Songstress Style -- Oh Land
  • Le.Minimalist: Songstress Style -- Oh Land
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