V Magazine, responsible for that nude Miley Cyrus shoot among other incredible spreads, has gone all out for their winter issue.
They gathered eight of the baddest female musicians who have "turned the music industry on its ear by steering pop in bold, new directions" for a "Rise Above" spread. We couldn't have worded it any better, V Magazine.
Who made the cut?
Lorde on style: "If you can’t do large, life-threatening movements, don’t buy it."
The New Zealand crooner recently performed a cover of this year's club hit Jeremih's "Don't Tell Em" at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. Peep her in all her incredible weirdness:
Jessie on style: "Keep it simple and always have good tailoring."
Jessie's Tough Love album has got to be one of our favorite this year. Each song is a stand-out on its own. If you haven't heard, do so NOW:
Charli on bras: "Why be tied up when you can just be free?"
Charli just dropped her track from the Lorde-curated "Hunger Games: Mockingjay" soundtrack. It's called "Kingdom", and it's that dark, brooding Charli that we know and love. None of that sing-shouty "Break The Rules" business.
HAIM on style: "Wear what makes you feel confident."
The HAIM sisters also just released their track from the "Hunger Games: Mockingjay" soundtrack. They teamed up with Lorde, Stromae, Pusha T, AND Q-Tip, and the results are just incredible.
Tinashe, SZA, Banks, and Lykke Li were also a part of this feature. View the full article here.