Annie Lennox Honored with Exhibit in London
Annie Lennox, one of the world’s most profound female performers—and the most successful female artist in British music—is being honored by The Victoria & Albert Museum in London with and exhibit titled The House of Annie Lennox.
From her distinctive, soulful voice to her stunning visual performances, to her political activism—and of course her fashion—Annie Lennox is a cultural icon like no other.
Among a host of honors and awards, she has been named “The Greatest White Soul Singer Alive” by VH1 and one of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time by Rolling Stone.
Out.com reports that the collection was curated in collaboration with Mrs. Lennox herself and willl include 50 objects, costumes and music videos from her personal archive that explore the elements of inspiration behind her artistry, both as a solo artist and with David Stewart as Eurythmics.
The House of Lennox exhibit will run until February, 2012 at The Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Visit Out.com to see a slideshow of some of the more fabulous costumes from The House of Annie Lennox.