Not content with finding fame as a member of the cast of the Australian soap, Neighbours, Kylie Minogue signed up with Stock, Aitken and Waterman and released her first single, I Should be so Lucky in 1987.
Since then, the Princess of Pop has reinvented both her look and her sound. The ‘90s saw her shift into more complex music, with duets with unlikely counterparts such as Nick Cave on the gothic ballad, Where the Wild Roses Grow.
The Noughties saw another collaboration, this time with Robbie Williams, on the pop-rocker, Kids. However, since that outing, Kylie has upped the musical levels of diva-dom, with the sultry Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, the disco-bop of Spinning Around and the country-inspired Golden.
Effortlessly upbeat and always full of surprises, Kylie Minogue remains an enduring star, across the world. For prints of this iconic artist, check out our collection.