Coachella not only is a music festival but also a fashion event!
Over the course of three days, Celebs show off their best casual style. Because of the hot temperatures, one huge trend was denim shorts. Celebrities rocked tons of styles, like Beyonce, who wore a pair of cut offs by True Religion. Both Hayden Panettiere and Kate Bosworth wore a cuffed denim pair by J Brand. Kate chose the 1043 style, in Neptune which she paired with short booties. Hayden wore the 1047 style, in Indigo, which she layered over tights (wasn’t she hot?) Celebs like Lindsay Lohan and Rachel Bilson (in Paige Premium) wore jeans shorts paired with gladiators, a look which will be continue to be big this summer!
Most of the guys, however, chose jeans, like Alexander Skarsgard, who opted for a dark wash pair all three days. Zac Efron hung out, blowing bubbles with girlfriend, Vanessa Hudgens, in a pair of lighter wash Diesel jeans.
Some opted for a trendier look, like Kelly Osborn who rocked denim-on-denim, wearing a chambray shirt with cutoff shorts. While, Peaches Gedolf looked casually cute in a denim dress paired over a bikini.
What were some of your favorite looks from Coachella? You can purchase some of the denim looks at Boutique to You.
It looks as though Gerard Butler is back from helping in Haiti with other celebs like Ben Stiller and Demi Moore. The artists were there with the organization Artists for Peace and justice, which promotes peace and social justice throughout the world. Gerard didn’t look happy to be photographed on a trip to his car, while he dressed down in a pair of Citizens of Humanity jeans and Nike sneakers.
Many brands start from something small, like custom t-shirts or accessories and the Chip and Pepper story is no different. Chip and Pepper is run by brothers Chip and Pepper Foster, identical twins from Canada. In the ’80s, the brothers started the brand by selling t-shirts out of the back of their truck. The Twins later went on to host cartoons to “Look for Less” on the E! Channel and the Style Network. After the successful launch of a vintage inspired denim line in 2003, the brand now consist of maternity wear, kids wear, knitwear, hats, leather goods, and sportswear. Chip and Pepper can now add a documentary to their resume. They will be part of the Sundance Channel web-series called “Dirty Denim” by Douglas Keeve. In the 5-part series, they inform the viewers of their start, the dark sides, and the making of their jeans. Other featured in the series are Jeff Rudes, of J Brand, Henry Duarte, of Duarteq65, and more. Click here to view the rest of the series.