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The best looks from the first weekend of Coachella
Festival season kicked off in style last week, with Hollywood's chicest celebrities donning their finest festival gear and heading to California for Coachella.
Alexa Chung, Katy Perry and Diane Kruger were among the fashionable attendees at the many events that took place at music-lover's paradise, including the H&M pool party and the two Mulberry parties – a Saturday barbecque and a Friday firepit party.
The ever-stylish Diane, who attended the festival with boyfriend Joshua Jackson, was channelling boho chic in patterned shorts, a Rolling Stones tee and black slouchy suede boots.
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She was joined by popstar Katy, who stepped out at the McDonald's McWrap Pool Party in a printed bra-top and matching mini-skirt ensemble that she teamed with chunky white heels.
She topped the look with a pair of embellished Prada sunglasses. At the party, the 26-year-old mingled with celebrities including Leonardo DiCaprio, Carmen Electra, David Arquette, Jessica Lowndes and her new boyfriend Thom Evans, Glee star Chord Overstreet, Jesse Metcalfe and Josh Henderson.
Alexa, meanwhile, partied the night away at a Lacoste pool party, wearing a black, tight-fitting shift dress featuring a Peter Pan collar. The TV presenter was later spotted jumping into the swimming pool fully clothes.
Other stars to take part in the festivities were Paris and Nicky Hilton. With temperatures reaching over 30 degrees, the sisters made sure to keep cool in floaty printed sleeveless mini dresses, accessorising with headbands and funky sunglasses.
"Backstage at #Coachella with my beautiful sis @NickyHilton," Paris tweeted.
Click on photo for full gallery of Coachella's best-dressed celebrities.
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