She never stops experimenting visually
In terms of fashion and beauty, Bjork has tried everything, for better or for worse (or for laughs as her detractors might say). With every record comes a precise look and hairstyle and a slew of videos hankered after by adventurous photographers who enthusiastically add to her creative dementia. The musician, a fan from the beginning of Martin Margiela, Walter Van Beirendonck and Alexander McQueen, also wears young designers (such as Marjan Pejoski) who she thrust into the spotlight like a protective fairy godmother to fashion freaks. Slightly verging on cosplay, she has undergone a new transformation for Utopia. She wears a sumptuous Gucci dress in the video for “The Gate” that took 550 hours to complete, and on the front cover of the album the artist and embroiderer James Merry accompanied by Berlin drag queen and make-up artist Isshe Hungry have muted her with a silicon flower dotted with pearls. An organic, animal or bionic creature? Bjork seems once again to have escaped the human race.
Slightly verging on cosplay, she has undergone a new transformation for Utopia.