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    • Ellen Frances

      "Music is an extraordinary vehicle for expressing emotion - very powerful emotions. That's what draws millions of people towards it. And, um, I found myself always going for these darker places and - people identify with that." -Annie Lennox

    • Tim Cameresi

      January 1983: The Eurythnics release Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) — and Annie Lennox becomes an instant fashion icon.

    • Allison Chen

      rocketshipsuperstar: I remember the first time I ever saw the music video for “Sweet Dreams” and having about 10 seconds of trying to figure out Annie Lennox’s gender (as she appeared in that particular video) before realizing that I didn’t really care either way, because androgyny is hot. I’ve been trying to emulate this level of androgyny for years now. Oh, and also suit.

    • Jessica Gunn

      Annie Lennox of The Eurythmics The original icon of epic women. Not a single genre of music she hasn't 100% nailed in her lifetime.

    • Barbara Garrett

      Back in the 80s, I went to great lengths (and great expense) to have my hair did just like hers. Annie Lennox

    • Melissa Parker

      Unlikely Style Icon: Annie Lennox’s “Sweet Dreams” Look - The Frisky#more-2474262#more-2474262#more-2474262

    • Jennifer Lange-Pomes

      Annie Lennox. From the article 'Androgyny in music: from Bowie to Bieber' [photog unknown]

    • Paul Roberts

      Sweet Dreams are Made of This #AnnieLennox

    • Jan Bennett

      Style Icon Of The 80S | Annie Lennox

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