Coachella's Fashion Elite: From Boho to Bold

The most stylish stars of the desert!


It's a wrap! Music's most stylish festival, Coachella, has come to an end. Each year, festival aficionados and fashion enthusiasts gather over two weekends to enjoy music, parties, and fashion galore. As always, many of our favorite celebrities show up wearing their most striking and fashionable looks. Although there has been quite an evolution in Coachella style recently, it is safe to say that the Boho festival is not quite as bohemian as it once was.

Headlining acts such as singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey stepped out in a sparkly pale blue two-piece by D&G, casting the ultimate fairy-core vibe on the first weekend. This past weekend, however, Lana opted for a spooky ensemble in black, featuring a stunning gothic veil, custom-made for her by D&G.



Meanwhile, pop princess Sabrina Carpenter went for a fun and casual approach, sporting a good old white t-shirt last weekend with "Jesus was a Carpenter" printed on it, offering a refreshing change from the more glamorous Coachella attire we are used to.



But Boho still made an appearance in the desert. German supermodel Heidi Klum embraced the iconic Coachella look in her green and black bohemian-inspired outfits, as did Paris Hilton, who wore a combination of modern western and neon-colored rave looks. This definitely brought back the classic feel of what the festival is all about: the awesome music and having a blast.



Between celebs who went for a laid-back and effortless vibe, such as Barry Keoghan wearing Burberry, and those like No Doubt front-woman Gwen Stefani rocking her 90s punk-era look in Ashton Michael, one thing is for sure:

This Coachella gave us an indication that the vibe at the festival has indeed shifted. It seems that the motto nowadays is somewhere along the lines of: dress in the clothes you feel comfortable in, not what people think you should wear. Whether you opt for laid-back, full-on hippie, or the most extravagant couture outfit you can find, remember where you're headed. After all, the festival does take place in the actual desert.

We're eager to see if this new era of Coachella style will continue in the years to come.