Harry Styles insists he isn’t ‘sending a message’ with fashion choices

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Harry Styles is seen on November 20, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by SMXRF/Star Max/GC Images)
Harry Styles is seen on November 20, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by SMXRF/Star Max/GC Images)

The Fine Line hitmaker insists he is not trying to make a point with his clothing choices or painted nails and instead is being creative and expressing himself, just like he's trying to encourage his fans to do.

"For me, it's not like doing it to send a message. Part of being on the last tour, when people came to watch the show I realised, 'Oh, these people want to see me be myself, and I'm telling them to be themselves'," Harry tells NPR.

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"And I just didn't want to be a hypocrite. I do it when I'm not working, so to me, it doesn't feel like it's 'Oh, I'm sending a message with my nail polish.' I just put a lot less weight behind it, I think. And sometimes I forget because I'll go somewhere and someone will be like, 'Have you got nail polish on?' I'm lucky that I work in an industry that allows you to be creative and express yourself, and I'd encourage it to anybody."

Harry's style does, however, have many fashion statements to make. These are some of our favourite looks from the singer:

Harry's dance with fashion is not complete without the mention of Gucci's Alessandro Michele. These are some of his outstanding Gucci looks: 

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