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The Voice’s Judith Hill dishes about her style
Posted By Ada Tseng On June 28, 2013 @ 4:50 am In Celebrity Style,entertainment,FASHION + BEAUTY,Music | Comments Disabled
Judith Hill: Those are my own clothes! I actually found that fringe at a store in Sherman Oaks. It’s a fun, poppy, nice introduction. Because it was my first performance on The Voice , I wanted people to know that I’m into fashion, textures and patterns.
Judith Hill: That was for the Nina Simone song “Feeling Good. ” To me, that song is one of the most powerful songs in music history. I wanted to feel like I was this woman that represented all women in the world. I could be from Asia or Africa or any part of the world. I wanted to be like Queen Aphrodite in a long dress with the Asian hair coming out, [singing] a down-to-earth, soulful, bluesy cry from the soul.
I loved the long neck coming up. I wanted it to feel very exotic and high fashion at the same time. That’s always my thing: runway styles interpreted in artistic ways. And then when I came out of the audience, spotlight on me, all a capella, I wanted it to feel like a hush came over the room and it’s quiet. But because it was The Voice, everyone was screaming. [laughs]
Judith Hill: This was the Michael Jackson “The Way You Make Me Feel. ” Again, I wanted to strut that high fashion, structured look, but also have it be very fun, edgy and unique. That hairstyle was something I emailed to the wardrobe department.
I saw it on the runway, and I really loved it because it was so avant-garde. There were these two circles. And that’ s my thing: I love shapes in fashion. I love weird shapes and weird cuts anywhere. Any time I see a circle or triangle, I’m excited.
Judith Hill: [for her performance of "#thatPOWER" ] That was the most epic. That thing was so hard to wear! It was made out of hard material that bendable but very tough. It was all silver feathers in a cape that went all the way down. We found it in a showroom. I told them I wanted this to very tribal. High-fashion tribal. I wanted to be the Queen of the Amazon jungle. I wanted to feel like I was a goddess that was putting on this crazy rock concert in the middle of the ancient ruins.
The hair came from a picture I found online of that exact thing with the cornrows on the side and a huge afro. This is actually more tapered down. The one I sent was even crazier. I figured it was also very tribal and African, but rock star at the same time.
Judith Hill: This was my last week [on The Voice], when I sang “Sweet Nothing” with Michelle Chamuel . That was just a simple classy look. It’s my natural hair look, how I usually wear it, plus a simple structured suit.
And an extra photo from Judith Hill’s Facebook page.
Judith Hill: That’s me and my brother. He looks so much more Asian than me in this picture! [laughs] We look the same now. He plays the drums, but he’s an engineer. He’s the one in the family who decided to get a real job.
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URLs in this post:
 my first performance on The Voice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMOCtUP9_Vc
 Nina Simone song “Feeling Good.: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zT9YrrB-8ek
 Michael Jackson “The Way You Make Me Feel.: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqcrw9uuwBE
 her performance of "#thatPOWER": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5qx5HSZQvU
 Sweet Nothing” with Michelle Chamuel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDD8PE1BWzk
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