Never mind if you missed out on Coachella, there are a slew of upcoming music festivals around the region for your consideration — Skechers Sundown Festival at Siloso Beach happening this weekend and the Good Vibes Festival at Genting Highlands, taking place in July.
Here, some of Coachella’s best looks to inspire you.
The supermodel has been on a tie-dye wardrobe obsession lately and she took it with her to Coachella this year. She pulled off her hippie-chic look by matching a Ganni tie-dye vest with a crisp, white pair of floral combat pants from 1017 ALYX 9SM, and hooked a mini Louis Vuitton Murakami wallet to her vest. She then completed her look with a stack of neon accessories from Jacquie Aiche and Zoe Aiche.
On another occasion, Gigi opted for a darker tie-dye palette. She wore the New York-based designer, Kim Shui’s tie-dye jersey cut-out top, paired with a pair of open-front trousers (both are still available in stores!) and chose to finish her look with a Mango seashell belt and Dr. Martens’ smooth leather boots.
Kendall Jenner wow-ed the crowd with an unexpected ensemble at the Revolve Festival, a celebrity-studded party held in conjunction with Coachella.
The model paired a girly off-shoulder frock by Nicole Richie’s label, House of Harlow 1960, with a pair of moon-printed gloves by the Parisian designer Marine Serre — serving a fresh and quirky take on old Hollywood vibes.
Hands down to the best dressed.
Do great minds really think alike?
Kylie Jenner went semi-twinning with her elder sister, Kendall. The star of her own reality show, aptly titled, Life of Kylie, wore a mini dress fully embellished with ombré crystals, designed by the Israel-born, Milan-based designer, Daizy Shely.
Kylie took to her private jet to flaunt her other festival outfit — a supersized denim jacket with bleached-out swirls and a pair of relaxed trousers. The matching denim jacket and trousers were both designed by the Copenhagen-based label, Ganni.
She accessorised her look with a pair of box-fresh white sneakers, Safari bucket hat, and her baby’s daddy, Travis Scott.
It seems like Ganni, the Copenhagen-based fashion brand, was a hot choice amongst the A-listers at this year’s Coachella.
Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner aside, the American model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski, was also decked in Ganni. Emily chose a leopard tie-front silk top matched with a pair of classic, white Levi’s, and a super sexy pair of red snakeskin leather booties.
Mrs Bieber sported a vintage Dior corset from the luxury resale Instagram account, Treasures of NYC, her signature Bieber necklace (paired with Jack Vartanian chain), Jennifer Fisher hoop earrings, and Vans’ sneakers at the annual Coachella x Levi’s party.
She then changed out of her Levi’s denim jacket to a sheer top with feather sleeves from Sami Miro Vintage.
Like Hailey Bieber, Katy Perry went with the label, Adam Selman Sport (or literally ASS in short), for her festival look — a bedazzled sports bra with matching track-pants piped with crystals. She gave the all-black look a pop of colour by draping a neon sweater over her shoulders, and topped it off with a cute bucket hat.
The pop starlet surprised the crowd with a special performance of her new single (released on 14th Feb), “365” with the Russian-German music producer, Zedd.
Katy wore a red, custom jumpsuit layered under a cage-like, fringed net dress studded with rhinestones, and accessorised with an oversized diamante hoop earrings, all by the New York clothing label, Area.
The Victoria’s Secret supermodel celebrated her 38th birthday (and, perhaps, her perfect beach body) at the festival with a series of effortlessly chic festive outfits — featuring bikini pieces from her own swimsuit line, GAL Floripa.
Pictured above, Alessandra wore the Aurora bikini top by GAL Floripa, layered with a printed robe by the Italian luxury cashmere label, Alanui — a brand founded by boyfriend Nicolo Oddi. The red, quilted chain bag? Bvlgari’s Serpenti Forever belt bag.
Here, Alessandra and her boyfriend, Nicolo Oddi, channelling western cowboy vibes. Alessandra wore a cosmos one-piece swimsuit from her brand, paired with the Australian label, Zimmermann‘s crochet button-down blouse, micro shorts, and brown suede boots.
In the accessories department, Alessandra stacked Los Angeles-based designer, Jacquie Aiche‘s necklaces, and donned a pair of skinny cat-eye shades which she designed in collaboration with Linda Farrow.
New York-based model Riley Montana pulled off an edgy look with a 2-in-1 jumpsuit from the Los Angeles label, Phlemuns. She styled it a contrast orange bikini top from White Fox Boutique, and completed the look with Dr. Martens‘ lace-up boots, and Gentle Monster‘s BEES MO1 shades.
Canadian-born model, Winnie Harlow went straight from from street style-worthy to girly girl — all in neon yellow (which is a key trend this season).
She then transformed her dark luscious locks into a bubble gum-pink tone and wore her new hairdo with yet another fluorescent yellow ensemble from Misurare.
Hands down to the best hair this Coachella.
It’s always a good idea to go hassle and hands-free at these festivals. The Los Angeles-based Youtuber, Brittany Xavier, accessorised her Coachella outfit with a Matelassé leather belt bag from Miu Miu (more of which you can find here).
Hands free, fuss free!