Loved Róisín Murphy at that time, when she was not so vanguard and horrifying as nowdays.
The way how she dressed in thoes two videos for this album has become our standard uniform for this summer: T-shirts, big-sized shirts, tapered trousers, which looked like a boyish loafers, without any make-up and hairstyles. It's all pretty simple, but you don't feel yourself like invisible-girl, or less feminine.
It is very surprising that this album of 2002 year, because the style and the songs are still relevant today.
And this is a latest photos, when she started her solo caree. Want to find massive jewelry and lern to make the simular hairstyle!