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From crop tops to cutoffs, which celeb had the best style at Coachella?

Take a look at what the A-listers wore!

By Glamour Magazine Apr 16, 2013 8:45PM
by Amy Wicks

I just got back from a crazy weekend at Coachella in Palm Springs, where in addition to seeing dozens of amazing shows (the xx, Major Lazer and Phoenix — with special guest R Kelly — were my favorites!), I saw lots of celebs who were dressed in their best music-festival attire. It was over 90 degrees during the day, so the official uniform for most attendees was cutoff shorts, loose-fitting tank tops, and floral headbands. Let's take a look at what the A-listers wore!

Solange Knowles // Photo: Courtesy of Glamour

 

Solange surprised everyone when she showed up onstage with English indie pop band the xx. Here, she looks so chic in one of the trends of the moment, wearing black and white. Julianne Hough // Photo: Courtesy of Glamour

 

Julianne Hough made the rounds of all the big parties, from H&M's event to Lacoste's pool party with her lacy shorts and crop top/bustier.

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Model Agyness Deyn was spotted looking California cool at the Henry Holland party. She wore jeans (in 90-degree heat!) and an easy tee with turquoise sneaks.Diane Kruger // Photo: Courtesy of Glamour

It wouldn't be Coachella without a Diane Kruger sighting. She showed up at H&M's party wearing their clothing: an H&M Rolling Stones T-shirt, graphic-print shorts, and suede over-the-knee boots.

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Chloe Sevigny dealt with the hot temperature at the Guess Hotel pool party by wearing very little. She also stayed on trend, rocking black and white.Alessandra Ambrosio // Photo: Courtesy of Glamour

Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio was spotted in these adorable hot pink cutoffs at the Fruttare Fruit Bar tent. Kate Bosworth // Photo: Courtesy of Glamour

I stood behind Kate Bosworth at the Beach House show and saw she was wearing Topshop. It turns out she was providing all of us with a sneak peek at pieces from the retailer's upcoming Topshop Festival collection.

Which look was your favorite? Which celeb did the black-and-white trend best?

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Apr 19, 2013 5:44AM
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Taxing the innovative entrepreneurial productive community by the parasitical tendency by 'neocriminal value suckers' to TAKE from the PRODUCTIVE SECTOR via FAKE CAUSALITY, is another a-typical worn out unacceptable approach by 'officialdom'; the promoters of Coachella don't 'buy it'...... and neither does anybody else.  It's just like the IRS tax system...   none of it was ever asked for, nor needed.  Same thing different face. The American people who produce things in this environment don't need anymore of it.
Apr 19, 2013 4:20AM
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Coachella is actually a city next to Indio. The Coachella Music Festival is in Indio and if you know anything about Indio, you don't stay there beyond any need to be there. My guess is the person writing this stayed in Palm Springs, Indian Wells, Rancho Mirage or Palm Desert (possibly LaQuinta) and stayed far away from Indio when not at the Music Festival.
Apr 18, 2013 11:25PM
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Coachella is NOT in Palm Springs. It's in Indio. Palm Springs is 20 miles away from Coachella. I can hear the music from my home. Love what they do for our community - they just signed up for another 17 years.
Apr 18, 2013 5:12PM
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chochella ,is wodd stock,lol only in cali it will continue annually. if what solange is holdin,lmao,lol a roll ur own ,i didnt know we still do,lol , dont forget to share that,lol 4/20 just round da corner ,celebrate,fiesta! mooka looka hukka, lol, solange ur hot !!
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