Florence Welch, British singer and lead performer of Florence and the Machine, opened the winter sale at Harrods dressed in a chic Chanel ensemble.
The warm-looking Chanel grey cape was paired with a dress and shoes of the similar shade, charming the fashion-oriented hearts at the London store.
This is the first time in the history of the store that a live performance marked the opening of a sale.
Florence and the Machine, the award-winning indie pop band, is known for its unique performances and its music is often described as a mix of "classic soul and midnight-on-the-moors English art rock."
At the Harrods winter sale opening, on Tuesday, the band performed songs from its current album "Ceremonials," including "Shake it Out" and "What the Water Gave Me."
Fashion has greatly influenced this musician, who has become a modern fashion icon with her avalanche of red curls, nonchalant style and vocal agility.
According to Stylist.co.uk, Welch attributes her style evolution to the process of making "Ceremonials" and doing the album cover shoot in a "beautiful Art Deco house. It felt like we were moving into a different romantic era, having previously been inspired by the Pre-Raphelites, I was now thinking about artists like Klimt and Erte, Virginia Woolf, the Bloomsbury set."
Most of Welch's tour costumes are reportedly designed by the fashion elite including the likes of Karl Lagerfeld and Frida Giannini of Gucci.
Take a look at Welch's stylish Chanel ensemble at the Harrods opening performance in the images given below: