Coachella, like clockwork, has finally touched down in the “City of Festivals” or commonly known as the sunny Indio, California situated near Palm Springs. Though the festival is famous for its star-studded line up with the likes of Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino, and lest we forget, the first K-pop girl group, BLACKPINK, to ever grace the main stage as well as where celebrities and influencers rendezvous in the desert for three days surrounded by music and art – we are also treated to feast our eyes to the head-turning looks that are guaranteed to get you (or perhaps just me) inspired for days!
#1 Gigi Hadid
Source: @gigihadid on Instagram
#2 Jaden Smith
Source: @c.syresmith on Instagram
#3 Winnie Harlow
Source: @winnieharlow on Instagram
The Canadian fashion model glows in a classic neon ensemble from Misurare SS19 collection.
#4 Vini Uehara
Source: @viuehara on Instagram
Vini Uehara, the fashion designer and blogger is decked in printed denim jacket and jeans from the Andy Warhol collection with Calvin Klein and rainboots from Calvin Klein as well.
#5 Sydney Carlson
Source: @sydneycarlson on Instagram
The co-founder of Wildflower cases and part-time YouTube vlogger wore a custom Yung Reaper dress paired with a customized bedazzled Nike kicks.
#6 Quincy Brown
Source: @quincy on Instagram
#7 Suede Brooks
Source: @suedebrooks on Instagram
Popular internet personality, Suede Brooks is rocking a black PVC leather Peri flare pant and a sleeveless Phoebe crop top from I.AM.GIA.
#8 Dev Hynes
Dev Hynes, or better known as Blood Orange took the stage on Day 3 of Coachella with a A Sai Ta tie-dye top and a zip up vest with patch denim jeans. The combination is as enthralling as the music he puts out and to say I adore this fit would be a complete and utter understatement!
So, there you have it, my tops picks from the first weekend of Coachella. Festivals are a place to express creativity and fashion has always been one of the most popular way to do so and hats off to the festival fashion kings and queens who left no stones unturned and experimented with their bold looks, though some kept it safe which obviously worked in their favour too. Point is, it is good to let loose and step out of your comfort zone sometimes and have fun with your wardrobe once in a while. This does not mean you are compelled to dress to the nines but a little festival fashion never killed nobody!