WATCH: Henry Holland talks music and fashion

WATCH: Henry Holland talks music and fashion
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Designer Henry Holland talks about his favourite on-stage outfits, from the most outragous to the most glamorous, for the American Express My Live Story project

The House of Holland designer is a regular on the London party scene and a keen festival-goer, and counting the likes of Alexa Chung and Agyness Deyn among his friends, he knows a thing or two about how to dress with a splash of rock 'n' roll attitude. So it's no surprise that now he has joined forces with Channel 4 and Amex to create new short film campaign, My Live Story.

Some of the biggest names in the charts are as well known for their brave on-stage outfits as they are for their lyrics - think Lady Gaga's meat dress or Cheryl Cole's deconstructed military get-up - and it seems Henry agrees that music and fashion go hand-in-hand.

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In the interview for the soon-to-be launched film about gig experiences, Henry shares his favourite fashion moments at Coachella, and his thoughts on Florence Welch's iconic stage style.

Speaking of an MIA gig at celeb-favourite fest Coachella he recalls: 'She just lit up the whole stage in UV, the lights went down and she was all you could see.'

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He also says he admires Florence's ethereal approach: 'I saw Florence at Shepherds Bush Empire, I love the way she uses costume, like capes and floaty fabrics, it really brings her performance to life.'

To submit your own clips or pictures to feature in the campaign click here

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By Hayley Spencer

 
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