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- Santi White of Santigold's printed separates, possibly stolen from a crazy lady's living-room furniture set
- Rihanna is a fan of both "Peace" and Chanel couture
- A brunch-worthy look from Noelle Scaggs
- Kimbra Johnson wearing the remains of Versaille.
- Dancers in Santigold's set, as seen in last year's Christmas pageant.
- To the Batcave, Florence!
- Shirts are totally optional at Coachella, but feathers are required
- This festival go-er would fit well on Venice Beach in the 80s. On Halloween.
Each music festival season, you tend to see a lot of "festival-inspired" lookbooks and editorials. However, we have rounded up eight real-life looks from the first weekend of Coachella that suggest it's worth proceeding with caution when taking fashion cues from people having an orgy in the desert. While, yes, some of this weekends looks are totally covetable in a boho chic way, others only make sense under certain altered states of reality. You can judge for yourself in the gallery above, and remember: What happens at Coachella might stay at Coachella, but what you wear will fuel the internet for the rest of spring.
· All Coachella Coverage [Racked]