Since the Victorian ear, hats have been associated with the wearer's status and identity. The top hat was worn by dapper, successful men.
Stevie's songwriting and spell binding movements resonate with millions because of the authentic emotionality. Whether she is writing from a place of joy, infatuation, loss or anger, the emotions ring true.
Stevie's mixture of a formal masculine hat & flowing chiffon, is an example of her Bohemian style. Comprising elements from centuries passed, cultures far away and both genders. Her style was original and rebellious.
Stevie's feminine power, bohemian look and "wild and free" personality had some implying she might be a witch. Her response was, "No, I'm not! I just wear black because it makes me look thinner you idiots."
Stevie is sat in a throne like rattan chair trimmed in linked circles. These links represent the lives of each member of Fleetwood Mac. Each member had partners and careers before they came together as a band, but after their collaboration, the magic that they had created together could not be denied or attributed to just one of them.
Our hands represent our "works". Historically, hands in art depict spiritual action. Certain positions depict blessing or worship. Stevie's hand is at rest. Her palm contains an eye - her intuition. Her gifts and power flowing from God.
Purple is a color representing royalty. Stevie Nicks is known as the "Queen of Rock and Roll". She is the only female to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. Once with Fleetwood Mac and once for her solo career.
Turquoise protects the wearer from evil and attracts good fortune.
Stevie wears a waxing or waning moon pendant. The moon has a powerful effect over our physical bodies and spiritual experience. The sign of the waxing or waning moon reminds us that life is lived in phases. The end of one phase ushers in a new experience and stage of life.
Bella Donna was a "blue era" for Stevie and was the launch of her solo career, while others in the band rested, she bet on herself and flourished.
Red thread theory is a Chinese belief that all those we will know or love are already connected ti us through an invisible ref thread. This magical cord may stretch or tangle, but never break
Christine McVie wrote "Songbird". Christine and Stevie shared many years as best friends and supported each other as women in a male dominated industry