Glastonbury: What The Celebrities Wore

Glastonbury: What The Celebrities Wore


The sun has set on Glastonbury 2013, held at the famously muddy fields of the UK’s Worthy Farm. This year’s mash-up of music featured the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, Rita Ora, Azealia Banks and Mumford & Sons, while models and socialites partied until the early hours of the morning. Check out who was there and what they were wearing… Hunters mandatory.

Poppy Delevingne

The leggy model was all hippie-luxe in fringing and tribal boots. A boxy Kate Spade held all her festival essentials.

Alexa Chung

Alexa was in her element at Glasto, rugging up in a caramel pea coat (oh, the mud mess!), a berry hat and worn-in skinnies. We predict pigtail braids are going to be the next big hair trend…

Kate Moss

The festival veteran kept clean in all black, but added a touch of sparkle with a metallic jacket and layered necklaces.

Cara Delevingne

The model of the moment definitely has her own distinctive style and she didn’t disappoint over the weekend. Cara was all off-duty chic in skinny Hudson jeans, a printed bomber and Le Specs sunnies.

Carrie Mulligan

Cheering on her Mumford & Sons husband from the crowd, Carey Mulligan played it safe in ripped black jeans and matching blazer.

Sienna Miller

Sienna gone back to her boho roots, strutting around in lace-up wellies and a textured coat.

Florence Welch

The singer made sure she stood out in a floral print shift and tan heel boots.

Peaches and Pixie Geldof

The Geldof sisters made the most of the sun in monochrome outfits and classic black boots.

Cressida Bonas

Prince Harry’s girl shrugged off the royal treatment, instead getting down and dirty with friends in baggy overalls, neon sunnies and matted hair.

Rita Ora

Err, Rita, did you forget you were at a festival?

Kimberlee Oo

Kimberlee is an Australian writer who gave up the reality to follow her dreams...Originally from Sydney, now living in Paris. Kimberlee spends her days writing, styling and eating croissants.

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