Alice Carey

We present the best Sade styles that confirm that the singer is the queen of muted glamor.

Sade Adu is known for her unique low-pitched voice that she sang moderate classics like “Smooth Operator” and “No Ordinary Love” in the ’80s and ’90s. The hits of this British Nigerian singer conquered the charts at the time. Many artists – such as Jesse Weir, Moses Somney and Princess Nokia – are still inspired by her music.

At the age of four, Sade moved from Nigeria to the UK with her mother Ann and older brother Banji. I grew up in Essex. As a teenager, she worked in modeling and studied fashion design at St. Martin’s School of the Arts before joining the Pride team. Soon – with songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Stuart Matthews – she formed the band Sade, which has become a musical sensation.

Director Ava DuVernay recorded Sade’s signature sound for the soundtrack to her 2018 film, The Time Trap. – I never thought she would agree – the director admitted. The result of their collaboration is “Flower of the Universe” – the single Sade after a seven-year hiatus.

Big gold earrings, chic backless suits and shirts make Sade’s theatrical style simple glamor.

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This article originally appeared on Vogue.co.uk.

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