Iconic fashion icons who have influenced our festival gear for decades
Music and fashion have always had a strong connection and for the fashion conscious it’s now become even more about how you look while your taking in the incredible music. It’s no wonder really with celebrities freely wondering here there and everywhere setting new trends every year. As for the musicians, they too have proved influential in popularizing new trends and movements and no doubt will continue to do so. Y.F.I. has developed the Top 5 most iconic trend setting moments from UK festivals from the beginning. Festival icons wearing gear that has ultimately become timeless.
In order of date:
Jimi Hendrix, 1969, Woodstock and the famous fringe tassel cape
Joe Cocker, 1969, Woodstock and introducing us to tie dye
Mick Jagger, 1969, Stones in the Park and the iconic white dress
The Clash, 1978, Anti Nazi Festival and the timeless skinny jeans and slogan t-shirts
Kate Moss, 2005, Glastonbury and the famous hot pants and hunter wellies combination
These legendary icons have given birth to some of the most timeless festival fashions of all time. The essence of these trends will be seen throughout festivals all over the UK and has done for decades. These are timeless classics influenced by only the very best.
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