On the red carpet: Alexa Chung,

OK, so it’s not really a red carpet, but thanks to Kate Moss, festival fashion at Glastonbury has become a style moment.

As you’d expect, Alexa Chung made headlines. Here’s just one of her looks, with colour-by-numbers skinny jeans and wellies.

The unofficial dress code for music festivals includes a hippie/cowgirl-inspired mix of crochet, floral, fringe, and denim. With her denim cut-offs, our own Laura Whitmore was certainly predictable, but absolutely perfect.

Lily Allen turned heads at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London. The 29-year-old wore a black mini that looked plain and simple to the front — but boasted a sensational fringe detail at the back. As for the Chanel rucksack? Bag envy.

How many 67-year-olds could pull off a clingy red maxi dress, complete with cut out panel at the chest? Susan Sarandon was a show-stopper on the red carpet for the premiere of Tammy. No, we can’t believe she’s just three years shy of 70 either.


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