Murder in the meadows: Alison Goldfrapp’s countryside horror

‘By wearing these clothes, and being risque with them, I suppose it was a subversion of what they stood for. A way of understanding, owning and reappropriating. To find love, I’m wearing all her clothes – handbags, cardigans, jackets, strings of pearls, headscarves. She still wore all these items at the time we shot the pictures. I asked her if I could borrow them. She said yes, and I remember she was amused in some way by the outcome. When I look at myself now in the photos it makes me realise how far back her look had been. I was the sixth child. Mum was 41 when she had me’

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