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Shop the Looks From Solange Knowles’s Stunning New Music Videos

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Following the release of her beautiful new album, A Seat at the Table, last Friday, Solange Knowles dropped a duo of stunning videos for the tracks “Cranes in the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” on Sunday.

Directed by Knowles and her husband Alan Ferguson, and styled by Shiona Turini (who worked with Solange’s big sister Beyoncé on Lemonade), the visuals are every bit as striking as the songs themselves, with color bursting from every frame. If they leave you suddenly yearning for a pink puffer coat or tangerine block-heeled pumps, well, you’re not alone.

That’s why we did all the heavy lifting (er, Googling) to track down as many exact pieces from the 14 different outfits Solange wears in both videos as possible. And while many of them are custom pieces (some created by the musician’s mom, Tina Knowles Lawson!), plenty are available for purchase, too.

Cranes in the Sky

One of the clip’s most memorable looks, this pale pink memory foam pullover, is by Berlin-based designer Nadine Goepfert. It’s from a collection Goepfert showed in 2013, but Topshop’s satin puffer has a similar vibe.

Above, Solange wears a swimsuit by sustainable brand Baserange. It’s currently marked down from $112 to $67.

Here she is in LA-based brand LOQ’s Xavi sandals. For a pink dress reminiscent of hers, try this Jacquemus one from Farfetch.

This lilac knotted top and matching skirt are from Heridadegato’s spring 2017 collection. You can email for order inquiries, although for a likeminded look, this ASOS jumpsuit is pretty Solange-esque as well.

See the full video below.

Don’t Touch My Hair

Solange kicks off this video wearing silver statement earrings from J.W.Anderson, available for $405.

You can pick up this 3.1 Phillip Lim crop top for $275. The Chloé track pants don’t appear to be available online in Solange’s khaki shade; however, Net-A-Porter has them in white, black, and red for $1,295.

Solange’s Flagpole Swim cutout one-piece is available in a variety of colors for $375.

These beautiful blue dresses are by Central Saint Martins grad Jaimee McKenna (side note: Solange almost wore one of her looks to the Met Gala earlier this year). McKenna doesn’t appear to have e-commerce yet, but can be reached at with inquiries. Solange would also approve of this embellished minidress from 3.1 Phillip Lim, currently 60% off at The Outnet for $278.

This velvet and satin slip dress is by Acne Studios; scoop it up for $750.

Her orange down coat — also by Acne Studios — is available for $1,150, while her Tibi Lori Heels can be yours for $525. The woman on the far left, meanwhile, is wearing Tibi’s Amoret Satin Bias Dress, available for $625.

These custom matching sets are by gender-neutral label Phlemuns, and recall looks from designer James Flemons’s spring 2016 collection. Luckily, you can place custom orders on the brand’s website! The shoes — LOQ’s Villa pumps — are available for $325 in several rich hues.

While this orange knit Edun romper (from the label’s spring 2016 collection) doesn’t appear to be shoppable online, the matching cardigan can be yours for $790.

See the full video below.