Coachella Weekend 2 may be done and dusted, but for most people festival season is just getting started. With Rolling Loud, Sasquatch, Governor's Ball, Bonaroo, and many more festivals just around the corner, now's the time to get your style in order. And who better to help with that than L.A.-stylist Monica Rose. While at Reebok's Classics Crib during the second weekend of Coachella, we caught up with the woman behind the enviable looks of Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Chrissy Teigen, and Chanel Iman to figure out the keys to conquering festival style, flower crowns and fringe not included.
Whether you refer to it as the newsboy, baker boy, cabbie, or page boy—there's no denying this topper is taking over. It girls and supermodels alike have adopted this staple of the early 20th century 'working class' and news boys, and turned it into the ultimate cool-girl must have on or off the red carpet.
1 The Icons
Leave it to the French, like Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin, to make anything chic, even a hat was once traditionally worn by men.
2 The It Brits
The hat became synonymous with glamorous supermodels like Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss in the '90s keeping an air of incognito.
For her 21st birthday last year, Gigi Hadid had a party with family, went to the beach in Malibu with her boyfriend, Zayn Malik, and sister, Bella Hadid, and then ended the weekend at Coachella—which she, Taylor Swift, and Calvin Harris flew to via private plane.
For her 22nd birthday yesterday, Gigi painted, went on a sunset helicopter ride, wore a pink wig at her party, and got many, many giant bouquets of flowers in New York. (None as big as the massive one Cody Simpson sent two years ago, but hey.)
This week, A-listers hit the red carpet to fête BAZAAR's 150th Anniversary at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan. Hosted by Editor in Chief Glenda Bailey and Tiffany & Co. Senior Vice President Jennifer de Winter, they promised to "paint the town" by projecting iconic images from BAZAAR's rich history onto the Empire State Building. Check out the red carpet roundup below and let these spring trends inspire your next party pick.
1 On Fire
Christie Brinkley and her daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, prove that age is just a number.
Adam Lippes jumpsuit, $1,190, ShopBAZAAR.com; Saint Laurent dress, $5,290, ShopBAZAAR.com.
2 Sleek Slip
After an appearance in the initial Nike Air Vapormax video, model Winnie Harlow is starring in a new campaign for the next wave of Vapormax, Asphalt. In anticipation of the second release on April 27, ELLE.com caught up with Harlow to chat about her longtime relationship with Nike and her buzzy new campaign.
Irina Shayk has been very quiet about both her relationship with Bradley Cooper (the two have been dating since spring 2015) and her pregnancy. Even after reportedly giving birth in March, there's been no confirmation or indication of the big event on her social media.
On Instagram, she had only been posting old promotional photos or images from previous shoots. Then yesterday, she seemingly posted her first present-day photo–"#currentsituation" she captioned it–of herself wearing a bikini in a pool.
Pre-sunset 🌅😍 #currentsituation
irinashayk(@irinashayk)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 4월 18 오후 7:30 PDT
DAMN (!!!) is all we'll say.
This weekend, while Bella Hadid's ex-boyfriend The Weeknd and Selena Gomez were off making out at Coachella, Hadid was in another country, skydiving and very visibly living her very best life.
Hadid posted a video of her jumping out of a plane in Dubai. "I'VE NEVER FELT SO CALM IN MY LIFE!!!" she wrote in all caps. It is just mesmerizing:
Jumped out of a plane today!!! 🚁🚀🚁IVE NEVER FELT SO CALM IN MY LIFE!!! 😇😇Flying with the angels !!!!! Thank you @skydivedubai Greg and Maha ! best sky diving experience of my life!!!! F yaaaa!!!! 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋💙💙💙💙💙💙 DUBAIIIII!! In my @nike CORTEZZZ 🏆🏆
Bella Hadid(@bellahadid)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 4월 15 오전 11:31 PDT