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Looking back across her unconventional career trajectory over the past two years, Lizzo has been a lesson in why, sometimes, you have to wait for the culture to catch up with you. With nearly a decade in the industry under her belt, it took 2017’s “Truth Hurts” almost two years to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, buoyed by a viral TikTok challenge. From there, Lizzo’s rise was unstoppable, with the singer and rapper going platinum on her third album, Cuz I Love You, and becoming the most-nominated artist at last year’s Grammys, eventually taking home three gongs.
It’s a situation that applies to her relationship with the fashion world, too, as Lizzo has become a fully paid-up red carpet star. Within a matter of months, her creative team went from styling her in indie designers for shows at dive bars, to dressing her in bespoke, featheredfor the Met gala. (And yes, she really did wear her look all the way to the airport the next morning.) “Before, we just had to do things on our terms,” she says from her home in Los Angeles. “I wasn't going to wait for somebody to tell me that I could be avant-garde with my style, or I could be sexy, or I could be glam, I just had to take it into my own hands and show the world I could do it on my own. Now the world wants to zip up my dress for me and put me in some glass slippers—and I will gladly oblige,” she adds, laughing. “When wants to make your , it’s like, how can I say no?”
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Lizzo’s embrace of high fashion has also marked a step forward in visibility for size-inclusive fashion on the red carpet. As she astutely points out, while her looks tend to be custom-made, that’s hardly unusual for a red carpet look, which typically involves multiple fittings—it’s simply that the precedent hadn’t been set. “Being part of a movement where women with bodies like mine are getting the love they deserve, I feel like it's a long time coming,” she adds. “In fashion, there's more of a demand now, so there's more of a supply, which is exciting to see. But I think we still have to keep on.”
Now, with the launch of her new capsule collection of sunglasses with cult Australian eyewear brand, Lizzo is keeping on by bringing a little of her trademark playfulness and sparkle to a summer-ready staple. “When I started out, I used to go to thrift stores or wear flannel shirts I stole from a boy, so I really have my incredible creative team to thank for all this,” she adds. “I wouldn't be this glamorous person fronting a campaign without them.” What was the side of her style she most wanted to reflect in the collection? “I was wearing their sunglasses already organically, and Quay represents this person that I've come to fall in love with—the shiny lights and the glamour and the wigs and the lashes and the glitter,” she explains. “I always look at which projects to choose on the basis of, is this a good thing to put into the world? Is it necessary? But also, is it gonna be fun? And the team and I had so much fun putting the collection together and creating this campaign.”
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Despite the unusual circumstances surrounding the collaboration, which, she’s happy to have something to work on that can offer both herself and her fans a rare moment of escapism. “It’s nice to have something to do that still feels glamorous—even when I received the photos of me in the sunglasses, it was exciting. It's difficult to toe the line of what feels appropriate and inappropriate right now, but sometimes it's nice to just post a photo of yourself looking hot, if you know what I mean?” she adds. “I think you just have to trust that everybody can tell the difference—you can tell when it's real, and when someone's not feeling 100 percent.”
With social media as a means of staying connected to her fans throughout lockdown, Lizzo is candid about the fact that it can be difficult to know what tone to strike right now—her posts have included everything from an Instagram live session with SZA providing music for meditation, to throwback looks from pre-lockdown photoshoots. As a role model for many women of color, the body-positive movement, and those within the queer community, she’s had to navigate the darker realities of the current moment while trying to remain upbeat.
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“It’s all been extremely surreal,” she says. “I think right now, a lot of people are going through it internally, whether that's mental health or emotional health, and a lot of their normal coping mechanisms and routines aren't there. I don't want it to be a trend, though, and to move back into self-loathing. That's built into culture and it shouldn't be, so I hope that we can always seek what feels right for ourselves and what's good for ourselves.”
It seems that having a new project to focus on, even in the form of something as light-hearted as a sunglasses collaboration, reminds her there’s still a light of the tunnel. “I think everybody wants to still feel good about themselves, and you can see it in how people are getting creative and doing photoshoots in their home,” she says. “I do miss fashion, though, and I was sad about the Met gala. I’ll miss the excitement of it, and the rush. But it's fine, of course. Fashion will be back. Fashion never goes away!”
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