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Musician Zella Day Is a Natural Beauty

By Playboy Staff

YOU CAN ALMOST hear the sex in my music,” says songstress Zella Day. “Love is my favorite thing to talk about. I’ve always had an intense sexual energy.”

Born in the Arizona mountains and named after a mine owner’s wife, Zella is as inspired by nature and sex as she is by the women she grew up around—“women who were the epitome of the 1970s flower child,” she says. “I embrace natural beauty. I don’t even wear makeup on stage.”

Her debut LP, Kicker, an electro-indie-pop mash of “desert gypsy music,” explores darker material. “It’s rough but hopeful,” she says, “with big sounds that don’t try to emulate other artists. I can’t wait to perform it in front of massive audiences.” Put us on the VIP list.

Photography by Josh Reed Styling by Taylor Sheridan; Hair and Makeup by Sara Cranham

LOOK 1
Dress: BUSTOWN MODERN
Bra & Underwear: FOR LOVE AND LEMONS
Hat: GLADYS TAMEZ MILLINERY
1970s: LAPIS BRACELET BUSTOWN MODERN
Necklace: AK VINTAGE

LOOK 2
Halter top and skirt: FOR LOVE AND LEMONS
Oonyx ring: DIABOLI KILL
Necklace & arm bracelet: AK VINTAGE
Guitar: GRETSCH

LOOK 3
Kimono and pants: MADE FOR PEARL
Hat: GLADYS TAMEZ MILLINERY
Turquoise ring-bracelet: BUSTOWN MODERN
Ring: DIABOLI KILL
Necklace & double bracelet: AK VINTAGE

LOOK 4
Top: BUSTOWN MODERN
Skirt: FLYNN SKYE
Necklace: SOPHIE MONET

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