Having the confidence of who you are is what Twigs is all about when it comes to street style. She doesn’t say where she gets her own wardrobe inspiration from – “Oooh, that would be tell-tale;)” she emails Vogue – but she’ll talk about how to dress. “On a practical level, I love shifts that can come off during the day to suit different scenarios, from training to meetings,” she shares. “To be able to turn a hoodie into a skirt to wear over sweatpants, or a sweater into a shrug, etc … that’s just the dancer in me, I think.”

She ponders what the Art Pop princess – who, by the way, is also the best pole dancer and swordsman in the industry – would like other Londoners to take away from her ephemeral exhibition: “I think there are some in this current cultural and political climate There is hope that “Those who lived before us managed to find light in times of uncertainty or darkness.” If you take one away from the many fashion headlines this week, be it FKA’s silent belief that Authenticity always wins.

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Find out more about Farfetch’s “The Art of Choice” project, with additional curators Tyler Mitchell and Carl Gerges, with photographs by Eve Arnold, Ernest Cole, Bruno Barbey, Chris Steele-Perkins and Herbert List, at Farfetch.com.