Festival Fashion at Coachella 2012: Kristen Stewart, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Katy Perry!

23 April 2012 by

It's Monday morning and we're STILL obsessing over the goings on at Coachella. Yep, the music festival to end all music festivals continued this weekend and having already seen Rihanna working spikey Daisy Duke shorts, Kate Bosworth nicking her boy's jacket and Lindsay Lohan sporting chunky wedges to tackle the grassy plains, a new dose of hipster looks have landed for our perusal. Yippee!

For starters, Rosie Huntington Whiteley was showing them how it's done in her signature leggy style. The ravishing model gave the standard Coachella uniform wear a twist by wearing a pair of denim cut-offs with a billowing white blouse. But these aren't any old shorts — THESE are covered in floral embellishments and come from Christopher Kane's collaboration with J Brand for the designer's Spring Summer 2012 collection. Fash-tastic! Rosie expertly added a statement gold cuff, heeled ankle boots (not unlike Diane Kruger and Kate Bosworth's, in fact) plus the obligatory sunnies. Talk about a masterclass in festie dressing.

Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart worked her signature tomboyish fare — also choosing teeny shorts but teaming them with a no-fuss grey vest and don't-look-at-me baseball cap, which boyfriend Robert Pattinson *squeal* similarly donned (how we love our matchy-matchy Coachella couples!). And hats off to Emma Roberts and her minxy retro denim playsuit by online hero, ASOS (you can bag it yourself for a purse-friendly £40.00 here).

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Kelly Osbourne and Dita Von Teese in their floaty festie gear

As for Kelly Osbourne, she was making the most of her new purple 'do (much like Katy Perry and Azealia Banks) and was spotted hanging out in the scorching heat with unexpected pal, Dita Von Teese. Oh, and Melanie Griffith was there too — in a pair of billowing floral trousers... Come and take a look at the Coachella treats with our gorgeous gallery.


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