Coachella 2024: Best fashion photos from the festival

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The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is underway and for some music fans, it’s a way to express their style with the Empire Polo Club in Indio acting as one big grass-covered runway.

In 2023, we saw lots of metallics, fringe and bright colors pop on the polo field.

Even the musicians are into the fashion for 2024. Tyler, the Creator, Saturday night’s headliner, has multiple fashion brands to his name in addition to his musical credits.

Take a look through the photos to see some of the stylish festival-goers at Coachella and some of the best festival fashion we’ve seen this year.

Leomie Anderson poses for a portrait wearing mostly vintage Chanel. She likes that her bra and gloves match and that the outfit leaves lots of room for her skin to show. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Chaz Gordon poses for a portrait wearing a few thrifted pieces and shorts that are from the Jaded brand. He wanted to be comfortable but look cute.

Chaz Gordon poses for a portrait wearing a few thrifted pieces and shorts that are from the Jaded brand. He wanted to be comfortable but look cute and is inspired by Tyler, the Creator. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Luis Cervantesand Brett Karabinos at Coachella.

Luis Cervantes wears a mix of playful masculine and feminine pieces, “feeling comfortable in my skin,” and Brett Karabinos, put together a monochromatic look, “cowboy fantasy, a lot of chains, studded vest and hat.”

(Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Angela Flores poses for a portrait wearing an outfit inspired by the Sanrio character in Hello Kitty. She likes the vintage aesthetic she out on her outfit.

Angela Flores poses for a portrait wearing an outfit inspired by the Sanrio character in Hello Kitty. She likes the vintage aesthetic she out on her outfit. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Becca Quimbar, of Palm Springs, rocks a custom tube top, floral bell bottoms, and a handcrafted hat she made herself at Coachella.

Becca Quimbar, of Palm Springs, rocks a custom tube top, floral bell bottoms, and a handcrafted hat she made herself at Coachella. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Dagmara Puzio and her best friend Brielle Salamone  wear matching white and orange ensembles with bucket hats.

Dagmara Puzio, of Hoboken, New Jersey, left, and her best friend Brielle Salamone, of San Diego, wear matching white and orange ensembles with bucket hats.

(Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Zurie Joseph, of Riverside, wears an aqua ensemble."The skirt is my favorite part, I love the flowiness."

Zurie Joseph, of Riverside, wears an aqua ensemble.”The skirt is my favorite part, I love the flowiness.” (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Kirby Johnson, of Santa Monica, wears a sequined seashell dress at Coachella.

Kirby Johnson, of Santa Monica, wears a sequined seashell dress at Coachella. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Brenda Ramirez, 33, of Chula Vista, glistens in the desert sun wearing a cow print ensemble at Coachella.

Brenda Ramirez, of Chula Vista, glistens in the desert sun wearing a cow print ensemble.

(Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Bobby Nguyen says his fringe bandana is his favorite part of his outfit at Coachella.

Bobby Nguyen, of St. Louis, says his fringe bandana is his favorite part of his outfit. “It’s classy old-school Coachella-meets-Western vibes.” (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Jake Gonzales, wears a Southern-inspired zebra print ensemble at Coachella.

Jake Gonzales, of Los Angeles, wears a Southern-inspired zebra print ensemble. “My favorite thing is the chaps.” (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

 Julia Aidnik, left, Bri Corallo and Zayna Green of San Diego describe their look as "fairy-core."

Julia Aidnik, left, Bri Corallo and Zayna Green of San Diego describe their look as “fairy-core.”

(Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Aquaria, wearing fashion inspired by a desire to wear oversized items and a revival of some older pieces at the Coachella.

Aquaria poses for a portrait wearing fashion inspired by a desire to wear oversized items and a revival of some older pieces at Coachella. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Deb Akin wearing an outfit inspired by her desire to feel free in her queer identity.

Deb Akin poses for a portrait wearing an outfit inspired by her desire to feel free in her queer identity, be out and do what she wants at Coachella. The skirt and hat are pieces by clothing designer Eda Birthing. Akin has a clown outfit planned for the following day. “I like dressing up,” Akin said. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Catch up on what happened at Coachella on Friday and follow along with Saturday’s live coverage from our team in Indio.

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