Costuming the Grammy-winning singer Doja Cat was a phenomenal achievement. During her set, she made five costume changes. She went from dramatically ripped bodices to a zebra-like halter and pantsuit.
Her costume designer, who’s a stylist of many top hip-hop female acts, said he wanted her production to be alien-inspired, extreme, and impossible looking, hence the strappy style and spikey hair.
The Minimal Animal
Here is another example of an individual's interpretation of an open concept festival where anything goes. Wild leopard shorts are a contrast to this girl's tame appearance, and the short black top/bra/vest keeps her style minimalist.
We can almost imagine her dancing to her favorite animal tracks, roaring to her tunes, and escaping to nature. Minimalistic and animalistic
X Marks the Spot
Two little x's are all that this outfit needed to make it complete and fit in the scene. Little kitten ears embellish the festivalgoer and the never-ending smile on her face too.
Kitten ears, a transparent top, silver glittery pants, and two Xs to mark the spot. Coachella, here we come! Meow.
The Answer Is Blowing in the Wind
As free as her spirit is, so is this beautiful dress. A bodysuit of some kind to be worn underneath is mandatory here but still, there is something in the way it waves through the wind that makes us want to be part of it too.
The white adornments on the dress give it some interest and there is nothing that needs to be added. Occasionally the most modest and humble things are the ones that stand out the most.
When One Theme Clashed With Another
The 2016 Coachella Festival most probably had a flower-power-wear-your-mom's-curtains theme to it. This next bathing suit almost blends in with the flowered sign at the back.
The Marylin Monro lookalike did an excellent job of choosing the right design (just the wrong color) and the right pose to shout out her calling.