Burna Boy, SZA, Dua Lipa, Seventeen… What can we take away from the stars’ looks at Glastonbury 2024?

The legendary Glastonbury Festival took place at the end of June in Somerset, UK. Here’s a look back at the outfits worn by the singers at the world-famous music event.


Celebrating the art of the stage and music, the Glastonbury Festival 2024 in the UK presented an exceptional programme, with a particular focus on female artists. From 26 to 30 June, the singers performed in front of a dynamic crowd, revealing creative and cutting-edge looks. Here’s a selection of some of the outfits that caught the eye of our editors.


Cowboy spirit


The cowboy movement has been a big trend recently, and was widely adopted at the Glastonbury Festival, lending itself perfectly to this type of event. Burna Boy chose a Louis Vuitton full denim ensemble, complete with a belt from the French fashion house and a brown leather jacket. Danny Brown also opted for a monochrome denim look with a jacket and trousers by Y/Project, paired with a T-shirt by Enfants Riches Déprimés.



Shania Twain opted for cowboy boots and a cowboy hat. This wild west look was complemented by fishnet tights, black gloves, a short jumpsuit and, for some performances, a long powder pink floral coat that added a poetic touch to her silhouette.



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Wearing a cowboy hat, Paloma Faith wore a beautiful dress that was unstructured in two parts, one red and one nude.



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Ayra Starr, in Ottolinger, played on subtlety with trousers whose lacing details and breeches worn over the top were reminiscent of Texas cavalryman costumes. The look was accompanied by a bra with organic curves and fringes.


Rock and biker


Not surprisingly, rock style was also at the heart of the singers’ artistic direction. Dua Lipa arrived on stage in a black leather jumpsuit with studded shorts and a sequined top adorned with a huge belt buckle, designed by Loewe. The singer, who revealed several outfits, also wore a satin lingerie bodysuit with lace detailing and a knotted skirt designed by Versace. Another of her looks was an Acne Studios ensemble with a sequin athletic wear top, a skirt made from a t-shirt, and large chain necklaces in white gold and diamonds by Tiffany & Co.


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Avril Lavigne stayed true to her punk rock spirit, wearing a red tartan skirt with pins and other grunge details, a black jacket and fishnet tights.


Little Simz also wore a tartan skirt teamed with a custom biker-style leather jacket.



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K-pop group Seventeen opted for black and grey looks, with a modernised 90s vibe.



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Olivia Dean performed in a Chopova Lowena dress, with a puffy red-checked mini-skirt.


Bodysuits, frills, oppulent dresses…


SZA sang her hits in a number of outfits, including a sumptuous bodysuit in shades of beige, adorned with everything from crochet to pearls and lacing. The artist also presented herself in completely different styles, with a trendy frilly green dress and a patterned second-skin top paired with red shorts and a pearl belt.



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Kate Nash wore an athleticwear top and leggings with a sequin bodysuit and high corset boots. The best part? A fishnet veil hat that covered her face.


Camila Cabello looked sublime and very fashionable in a shredded grey and blue top and black shorts.


Under a colourful floral coat, Janelle Monae’s very elegant body suit was adorned with a red flower.



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Cindy Lauper wore a light blue blazer jacket with frilly chiffon details and a silver corset.


PJ Harvey wore a long, straight white cape with a tree motif, while Marina Abramovic delivered a message of peace in a white dress bearing the Peace sign.


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Fashion, hotels, gastronomy, jewelry, beauty, design... Pauline Duvieu is a journalist specializing in luxury and the art of living. Passionate about the high-end spheres that arouse emotion, she loves to describe the creations of the houses and tell the stories of the talents she meets.


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