This weekend I headed out west to the 2010 Glastonbury Festival. It was an amazing weekend packed with live music, celeb spotting and a surprising amount of sunshine! Whilst I've already shared some of the most fab celeb looks from the weekend including Emma Watson, Kate Moss and Alexa Chung, it's time to check out what everybody else wore. Click through to see some of my favourite street style looks.
Glastonbury went off with a bang this weekend, with all-star performances from Snoop Dogg, Stevie Wonder and the Scissor Sisters. As usual, it was also a massive celebrity magnet attracting the likes of Kate Hudson, Kate Moss and Emma Watson among a host of London scenesters. Festival beauty is a unique category of its own. Visitors need to strike the right balance of casual effortlessness with glam (there are photographers everywhere, after all.) Check out my selection of favourite beauty looks!
Personally, I loved Ana Matronic's look. She sported a sleek retro style chignon on the top of her head. I also loved Jameela Jamil's simple vibe, with a splash of red lipstick. Corinne Bailey Rae rocked out with loose high volume curls. Meanwhile, Paloma Faith sported glossy curls and hand painted decorations next to her eyes. Eye makeup was big as ever. Kylie sported bright blue glittery eyeshadow with a vampy blow dry (fabulous), meanwhile Kate Nash wore thick lined black cat's eyes. Are you still recovering from Glastonbury?
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Wow! What a weekend! The traditional mud was no where to be seen this weekend in Somerset as the 2010 Glastonbury Festival took place. There were amazing performances from the likes of Stevie Wonder, The Dead Weather, Florence and the Machine, Muse, The Scissor Sisters and many more. However, it's the stars behind the scenes and in the wings who have the most fun looks. Click through to see who wore what this weekend.
It's that time of year again when stars of the music world descend on Somerset for one of the world's most famous festivals – Glastonbury! I am heading down there myself today to watch some amazing live music (including The Gorillaz and Stevie Wonder!) and hopefully do a bit of celeb spotting. Kate Moss has made the way you dress for festivals almost as important as the bands you see, so bearing that in mind I have carefully selected my wardrobe for the weekend. Click through to see what I'm taking!
Glastonbury is celebrating it's 40th anniversary this year and as a fellow Somerset based organisation, Mulberry has decided to get involved. The fashion brand is lending it's support to a photo book by Venetia Dearden which includes pictures of landscapes and people at previous years of the event. Festival season has become a big deal to the fashion world as wellies replace stilettos for a few weekends of the Summer. Click through to see images from the book as part of their Peace, Love, Mud campaign.