Yesterday was day 1 of Pitchfork Music Festival, and it was a great day, indeed. As soon as I entered the gates, it was clear that this festival is completely different than one like Coachella. Read More
In just 2 days I’ll be leaving for Chicago to attend the one and only Pitchfork Music Festival! This will be my first time attending Pitchfork, so I’m incredibly excited to feel out the vibe and see how it compares to that of other festivals I’ve been to. There are so many unbelievable bands playing that I can’t wait to experience. Read More
I’m heading to Pitchfork festival Thursday evening and I am stoked! There is so much awesome music to be heard and festival fashion to be captured. Read More
We received an email the other day from a girl asking what we think she should be wearing this festival season, and then it occurred to us… festival season is almost just around the corner! With SXSW in March and then Coachella in April, we better get our thinking caps on and start pondering what will be cool to wear. Read More
Sky Ferreira’s latest track “Everything is Embarrassing” has been on constant play ever since I checked “The Best New Track” category this past weekend on Pitchfork. Read More
Here’s round two of our festival fashion looks from Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago.On Sunday the sun shone bright after a couple of days of on and off rain, Read More
Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago is always a great place to go to get a true sense of what city girls like to wear to an indie festival. This year they didn’t disappoint.
Despite on and off thunderstorms and pouring rain for the first two days, Pitchfork Music festival in Chicago carried on! There was still plenty of great festival fashion to be found and the line up was as fun as can be. Here’s day one of Pitchfork Music Festival.
Music and fashion go hand in hand — culture influences fashion and that’s why I always love seeing how musicians style themselves.
Pitchfork Music Festival starts this Friday and we’re going to soak in the very best of the indie music scene — from live performances by Beach House, Lower Dens, Real Estate, Grimes and so many more, to documenting what the festival has in term of style.