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As Coachella comes to a close, see how fashion icons like Harry Styles and Billie Eilish outdid themselves at the music festival

Furry, futuristic, and all around fun: that’s how we’d sum up the standout looks from Coachella Weekend 2.

Like our favourite Asian musical acts, stars like Doja Cat and Billie Eilish amped up their performances with new outfits that certainly left an impression. And if you thought you’d seen it all with Harry Styles’ sequin jumpsuit from last weekend, think again.

Below, we highlight all the top fashion moments that prove that Coachella is indeed the world’s most stylish music festival.

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Harry Styles and Lizzo

In a performance that captured the infectious, joyful energy at Coachella, Harry Styles brought his friend Lizzo out on stage in matching fur coats and all-pink outfits courtesy of Gucci. Styles’s vest and pants came with special details—think fruit motifs and the As It Was singer’s initials in crystal appliqués—while Lizzo showed off a hot pink crop top from her shapewear label, Yitty.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish recreated her grungy athleisure outfit from Weekend 1, but this time with an all-black twist. Her oversized graphic tee was made from repurposed fabrics by American fashion label The Incorporated, and came with matching bike shorts and knee guards.

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Doja Cat and Rico Nasty

Doja Cat conquered the first weekend of Coachella pretty much on her own, but she came back for a second round with a special guest: her Tia Tamera collaborator, Rico Nasty. The duo rocked the cybergoth look with edgy ensembles shining with crystals, studs and patent leather.

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Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion took to the stage in a glowing green cyborg-inspired outfit, a new take on the sculpted body armour that she wore on the first weekend. The ensemble, which was made by Dolce and Gabbana in collaboration with Michael Schmidt, was topped off with equally futuristic visor sunglasses that made the Plan B rapper looked out of this world.

Snoh Aalegra

R&B songstress Snoh Aalegra was yet another Coachella act who updated her Weekend 1 outfit in a new colour. This time, the singer wore an all-blue vinyl look complete with limited-edition Nike x Supreme “Hyper Blue” Dunk Low sneakers.

Caroline Polachek

Before hitting the stage in her Sirens gown by Dion Lee, Caroline Polachek looked ethereal in another noteworthy outfit comprising a vintage Prada rubber and linen top, as well as a shrunken knit corset and skirt by Matilda Sundkler.

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