May 27, 2024

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Coachella 2024: The best fashion photos from the festival

Coachella 2024: The best fashion photos from the festival

the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival It is currently being implemented, and for some fans, it is a way to express their style with the Empire Polo Club in Indio serving as a large grass-covered amphitheater.

In 2023, we're seeing a lot of metallics, fringes and bright colors popping up on the polo field.

Even musicians are on trend for 2024. Tyler, the Creator, who headlined Saturday night, Multiple fashion brands to his name In addition to his musical works.

Take a look through the photos to see some stylish festival-goers at Coachella and some of the best festival fashion we've seen this year.

Becca Quimbar, of Palm Springs, wears a custom tube top, floral bell bottoms, and a handmade hat she made herself.

(Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

Zuri Joseph, of Riverside, wears an aqua costume."The skirt is my favorite part, I love the flow."

Zuri Joseph, of Riverside, wears an aqua costume. “The skirt is my favorite part, I love the flow.” (Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

Kirby Johnson, of Santa Monica, wears a seashell sequin dress to Coachella.

Becca Quimbar, of Palm Springs, wears a custom tube top, floral bell bottoms, and a handmade hat she made herself. (Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

Brenda Ramirez, 33, of Chula Vista, sparkles in the desert sun as she wears a cow-print outfit at Coachella.

Brenda Ramirez, of Chula Vista, sparkles in the desert sun wearing a cow-print outfit.

(Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

Bobby Nguyen says the fringe bandana is his favorite part of his Coachella outfit.

Bobby Nguyen, of St. Louis, Missouri, says the fringe bandana is his favorite part of his outfit. “It's old school Coachella chic meets Western vibes.” (Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

Jake Gonzalez, wearing a Southern-inspired zebra print set to Coachella.

Jake Gonzalez, from Los Angeles, wears a Southern-inspired zebra print ensemble. “My favorite thing is the classes.” (Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

    Julia Ednik, Bree Corallo, and Zaina Green of San Diego describe their look as "Basic fairy."

San Diego's Julia Ednik, Brie Corallo, and Zaina Green describe their look as “the essence of a fairy.”

(Christina House/Los Angeles Times)

Deb Akin wears an outfit inspired by her desire to feel free in her queer identity.

Deb Akin poses for a photo wearing an outfit inspired by her desire to feel free in her queer identity, and to go out and do whatever she wants at Coachella. The skirt and hat were designed by costume designer Ida Berthing. Akin has a clown costume planned for the next day. “I like to dress up,” Akin said. (Dania Maxwell/Los Angeles Times)