Who: The Canadian singer, whose real name is Claire Boucher, is known for her eclectic fashion sense and ever-changing hair colours, from an ombre pink and purple ‘do to reddish-orange locks. She’s modelled for Vogue and worked with Hedi Slimane to produce a 5-piece capsule collection for Saint Laurent in 2013, which featured her own illustrations on black and white t-shirts.
Who: The Scottish synth-pop trio – made up of lead vocalist Lauren Mayberry, base player Iain Cook, and synth player Martin Doherty – the boys known for their urban street style with their hoodies and snapbacks. Mayberry’s signature look is girly-meets-punk: blunt bangs, dramatic eye make-up (she favours sparkly gem stick-ons and winged eyeliner) and leather bikers.
Who: The Canadian duo are redefining pop with a mix of hip-hop and electronic beats. Vocalist Megan James, a former fashion school graduate, makes the band’s costumes and backdrops for performances, and cites designers like Yohji Yamamoto as her inspiration in a Vogue interview.
Who: The UK band‘s monochromatic-meets-soft-grunge style is in stark contrast to their groovy electronic tunes. Lead vocalist Matthew Healy is known for pairing designer labels with high-street pieces. Drummer George Daniel is the most adventurous, mixing ’90s hiphop influences like chunky trainers and oversized hoodies.