Bestival's Festival of Fashion

Posted by Tom Kirkby Marketing Assistant at Oxfam

12th Sep 2012

Bestival harbour's some of the best new bands and DJ's around, from Stevie Wonder to Rizzle Kicks, the final festival of the season is dedicated to everything cutting edge. This weekend, fashion has firmly claimed a main stage spot alongside the latest sounds of 2012. This is the last chance for bands and fans to strut their stuff on the grass laden catwalk, it's a weekend of festival fashion like no other! We went on a hunt to find out what the latest bands are wearing at Bestival.

Bestival's Queen of fashion arrived in style on Friday at the Main Stage to round up the first night of music. Florence and the Machine have rocketed to headline status in recent years and she continues to wow crowds with her ethereal style. This weekend Florence didn't disappoint when she arrived in front of her adoring crowd in a long green flowing dress, which complimented her slender figure and effortless natural look.

Florence and the Machine

Florence and the Machine

 

Florence and the Machine

Florence and the Machine

The London born singer songwriter King Charles is infamous for his whimsical, romantic look and he didn't hold back. His stand out sound and image has resonated throughout the world of music and fashion. We love his bold, black velvet coat with gold floral trim and ruffle neck shirt.

King Charles

King Chalres

Rising star, Lucy Rose, was sporting a classic festival look. Her open French navy stripes complimented a cheque open button shirt with skinny jeans and high top Converse. Lucy's indie look is simple but effective and represents the archetypal festival vibe.  This September we are proud to announce Lucy will be attending the Oxjam Festival in London!

Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose

BBC Sound nomine and Dubstep superstar, Flux Pavilion, packed out the Main Stage on Friday, whilst flaunting an old school street inspired look. His passion for hip-hop and retro 90s is present in his wardrobe as well as his turntables.

Flux Pavillion

Flux Pavillion

Blog post written by Tom Kirkby

Marketing Assistant at Oxfam

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