The V&A currently has an exciting one-room, free exhibition on celebrating Annie Lennox’s style. The Eurythmics front woman and solo artist, born in 1954 in Scotland, has sold over 80 million records and is renowned for her contributions to political and charitable campaigns, her enchanting voice and her style. In fact, this year she was awarded an OBE by the Queen for her services to charity. In the small V&A display visitors will find costumes and accessories worn by Lennox in music videos and at award ceremonies, photographs, personal treasures and awards, ephemera from political campaigns she has been involved with, music videos and a specially commissioned video of Annie in conversation. Her influence has surely been felt by legions of female performers; this is a well-deserved tribute.