It's obvious that Natasha is moving away from Fur And Gold and Two Suns her first two albums, and with it her image has also changed. She's cut her hair into a flapper dancers' bob and seems to have grown up into herself as a performer. Despite this, this quote from an old Cosmopolitan interview still appears to sum up Khan's attitude to fashion:
"It's very much to do with how I'm feeling ... I love to be experimental and use eclectic mismatched things and put them together to see what third entity is created! I'm not really frightened by experimenting - that's the main thing. I really like mixing very old beautiful pieces that are from thrift shops or that have some historical value with quite new futuristic things."
Statement maxi dresses seem to be a port of call for her on stage and the one we saw her swoosh and swirl around in at her gig in Brighton was no exception. The monochrome panels made a big impact and it also had a daring low scooped back.
The next day she appears on Jools Holland in another 70s maxi dress complete with native american inspired tassles and feathers. The accessories are a source of inspiration that have always been evident in her styling, thinking back to the big head dresses from Fur And Gold.
Promotional shots for the new album reveal a much more dressed down Natasha.
Here's what we found on the high street to give us a nudge towards some Bat For Lashes style.
Necklace: Johnny Loves Rosie
And I'm going to leave you with a bunch of photos from her recent Guardian interview which you can find here. Ain't she a stunner?
Oh I lied, I'm actually going to leave you with her latest single, Laura.