Glastonbury's annual music festival commenced last Thursday, bringing with it a killer lineup that included Ke$ha, U2, Beyoncé, and Coldplay and the wellie-clad celebs — Alexa Chung and Kate Moss among them — who love them. We must give a shoutout to the festival goers, who braved the mud — a lot of mud — for four days of sweet bands and festival parties, and showed us how music festival style is done. In a word, it's all about wellies. Click through for our Glastonbury style moments and festival highlights.
Last night's Mulberry-sponsored party celebrating the launch of Venetia Dearden's book Glastonbury, Another Stage at Milk Studios's penthouse was chock-full of statuesque revelers, though two models in particular seemed to steer clear of each other. Agyness Deyn stayed ensconced with a group of friends, while on the other side of the bash her ex-fiance Albert Hammond, Jr. held hands — possibly in a friendly way? — with Irina Lazareanu. Elsewhere, Alek Wek and Jacquelyn Jablonski mingled near Chanel Iman and her boyfriend Ryan Leslie. Leigh Lezark and Michelle Trachtenberg arrived together and stayed attached at the hip throughout the night. In the spirit of Venetia's publication, the event was complete with an indoor teepee and there was music aplenty. Brooklyn's Chairlift was the main attraction, with London socialite Jackson Scott's flamenco guitar act Mano de Dios as the opener.
Give her a pair of rubber Hunter boots, some bootie shorts, a cigarette, and Kate Moss is ready to have a rockin' time at the Glastonbury Music Festival. So far this year, she's kept her look fairly non-scandalous, but in years past, she's worn revealing outfits that most people don't even wear to clubs. That's why she's the great Kate! Let's travel back to see what Kate has pulled off at Glastonbury from 2003 until now. It's going to be a muddy ride so grab your boots . . .
In case you didn't quite make it to Glastonbury for the music festival last month, Stella McCartney is bringing a little piece of the fun to Yoox.com.
She originally created this limited-edition tank, $50, for the Glasto festival. She explains: "The t-shirt is inspired by all the airbrushing my mum and dad used to get made in the '70s."
The tank will be on sale starting July 24 (tomorrow!), and proceeds benefit the Oxfam charity, whose aim is to end worldwide poverty. Ever the Robin Hood, that Stella is.