Faithless member and style icon

Sister Bliss hardly needs any kind of introduction. A member of gargantuan dance act Faithless, she is also a successful solo artist and style icon in her own right.
Who is Faithless?
Israeli-born Sister Bliss formed Faithless with Maxi and Rollo back in 1995. Best known for club anthems such as ‘Insomnia’ and ‘God Is A DJ’, with over twelve million records sold, Faithless are one of the biggest electronic artists of the past twenty years. The outfit is back in the action this year with a headlining slot on Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage and new album ‘The Dance’ out this month.
My Glastonbury outfit is…
“A secret. My stylist is making it at the moment and I don’t even know what it is yet.”

I've always taken my inspiration from…
“The club scene - but this time I really wanted to wear sharp dresses on stage, to complement Maxi’s array of sharp suits, as I never really did before. We wanted to present a new visual vibe for Faithless with this album and there are so many great strong structured pieces around at the moment, which really suits my personality, and overall angular look. I’ve also lost some weight after having run around after my son for three years, so I thought I should show myself off while I still can!”
Worst fashion moment is...
“Some gun metal grey Issey Miyake trousers, which I bought especially for an early Top Of The Pops we performed. They were so unflattering from the back but of course I couldn’t see myself from the back, so I didn’t realise.”
Best fashion moment is...
“A fabulous Manish Arora dress that I wore in Ibiza last summer, which was such beautiful fabric, structured yet so feminine... I just felt really good in it.”
London is the best place for…
“Style. It has various tribes and there is such a cool energy and edginess that runs through London and the fashion you can find here.”
My style icons are…
“Grace Jones, Bjork - people who are uniquely themselves, yet brave, unconventionally beautiful and genius artists too.”

Words by April Welsh


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