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Throwback Thursday: Weekend One of Coachella

If you’re like any other Instagrammer, you’ve seen every Vanessa Hudgens and Alessandra Ambrosio photo possible from last weekend’s Coachella festivities. The fashion and music and, well fashion, had some shocking moments like Vanessa’s new long blonde locks and Kendall Jenner’s giant nose ring. For us, the bull-like jewelry was a little too much but the ladies of Coachella rocked our socks off.

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Of course it wasn’t always like this and at the very beginning, Coachella 1999 was only a two-day event. Skipping 2000, the festival started back up in 2001 with just one day. The festival quickly grew and in 2002, the festival went back to a two-day format. Soon it would become a three-day event in 2007 and most recently, a second weekend was added in 2012.

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Woodstock ’99 riots caused a no on-site camping rule for Coachella till 2002. This, of course, did not stop the festival goers from enjoying the sounds of big artists like Beck, Moby, Tool and more. Thanks to Pearl Jams’ boycott against Ticketmaster in 1993 and 25,000 fans, their performance at Indio’s Empire Polo Club shined some much-needed light on the desert location and soon became Coachella’s birth place.

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With no real understanding of how Coachella fashion became Coachella fashion, we all can agree that it’s made a giant statement with its Woodstock inspired vibe and free spirit. If you walk down the Venice boardwalk, you’ll get a pretty good idea of just what to expect this upcoming weekend.

If you haven’t already, get 15 last minute tips and tricks for Coachella here.

Street Style Looks at SXSW



In Liberty for J. Crew

In Liberty for J. Crew




In Hugo Buscati, Alice + Olivia, Bottega Veneta, Stuart Weitzman

In Hugo Buscati, Alice + Olivia, Bottega Veneta, Stuart Weitzman


In Missoni, Vena Cava, Blumarine


In Chanel, Frye, Levi's

In Chanel, Frye, Levi’s


In Topshop and Cynthia Rowley

In Topshop, Cynthia Rowley


In Anthropologie, Loeffler Randall, Jenni Kayne

In Anthropologie, Loeffler Randall, Jenni Kayne

The South By Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas always features the hottest new music artists, and the festival go-ers always sport the hottest trends. This three-day music event highlights the absolute best mix of up-and-coming and international musical performances set in the heart of thriving Austin. Needless to say, the festival style is surely one worth noting, as edgy hipsters and fashionistas celebrate music in some fabulous duds. From grunge, to bohemian, and uptown chic, these stylish free-spirits were some of our favorites! Which look would you rock?

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