Sia in ‘Face Off’ by Gregory Harris for Interview Magazine, April 2015
Posted Mar 28, 2015
Sia captures our imagination in ‘Face Off’ by Gregory Harris for Interview Magazine, April 2015. The power of privacy is pure gold. Born, Sia Furler, this woman embodies the soul of an artist. Authenticity lives in the veracity of actions, true talent proves that posing is for frauds. This Australian singer has enjoyed many views of stardom, but having control is where she finds satisfaction. To gather garb for the intention of entertainment is a call of the craft. Garments tells a story with costuming that takes things to another level. Stylist, EliN Svahn, explores the enigma of avant-garde designs with looks by Dior Haute Couture, Junya Watanabe, Simone Rocha and Viktor/Rolf Couture. Redefining the concept of creative, (Makeup Artist) Francelle Daly reminds us that lips are the focal point of fabulous. The eyes go away as the face stays in this daring array of art and play. Magnetic shades light up as luscious colors take us from neo-electric to dyno-eccentric. Crazy dews are cut with precision as giant domes recreate the center of attention. Blonde lids top things off with a powerful profile concealed under augmented head-gear. Hairstylist, Shon, fuels the fantasy of facade with wild wigs worn as masks of mayhem. Set designer, Heath Mattioli, turns simple surroundings into an rousing set with images that evoke an atomic atmosphere. Ready to rage, get inside the mind of this dynamic anti-diva in a story told by the talented, Kristen Wiig.