Coachella 2022: 6 Stars with The Boldest and Most Glamorous Outfits

From Doja Cat to Kendall Jenner and Amber Chamberlain, we rounded up the best-dressed celebrities at this year’s festival to inspire you.

After a three-year hiatus, Coachella is back. Celebrities, influencers and music fans headed to the desert in Indio, California, to kick off the 2022 festival season in outstanding style.

The ’90s and 2000s inspired looks were seen in

most of the outfits. And most of those outfits were complemented with statement jewellery, baggy pants, a crop top or swimsuit and vintage sneakers.

Kendall Jenner, Alessandra Ambrosio and Harry Styles, among other celebrities, showed us amazing outfits to inspire us. Let’s take a look.


The singer wore Ottolinger from head to toe, from the bold top to the ombré pants. The look was designed and styled by Brett Alan Nelson.

Swarovski crystals completed the look.


Harry Styles is becoming the king of men’s jumpsuits and transforming them into a must-have for the upcoming season. The Brit performed with this colourful sequined look by Gucci, made by Alessandro Michele exclusively for this occasion.


Kendall Jenner also went all white and wore a two-piece ensemble by Revolve, consisting of a crop top and wide-leg cargo pants.


Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio elevated the boho-chic style with this long white jumpsuit from Patbo. A strapless model with openwork fabric and ‘cut-out’ effect at the waist complemented with cowboy boots, a fuchsia ethnic print bag to match her nineties sunglasses and light highlights.


Swedish model Elsa Hosk opted for a very country outfit: a romantic chiffon crop top in bubblegum pink, a long denim skirt with a centre seam and cowboy boots with two fun low braids.


American influencer Emma Chamberlain showed off the Y2K aesthetic with a striking red total look. It consisted of a knit top by Lapin Lapin, a deconstructed cargo-effect denim skirt by Vivienne Westwood, high leather-effect platform boots, a Diesel shoulder bag and horn-rimmed glasses.