FEMAIL reveals the best style queens of Glastonbury

Hitting the fashion high notes: From Kate Moss’ famous Glastonbury hotpants and waistcoat to Shirley Bassey’s pink shimmering frock, FEMAIL reveals the festival’s most memorable outfits

  • Glastonbury is finally returning after last two years of festivals were cancelled
  • Worthy Farm musical festival was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to pandemic
  • Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar are headlining the weekend 

Glastonbury finally returns today for the first time since 2019.

The Worthy Farm music festival was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar are headlining the weekend, which will see an array of famous faces enjoying themselves at the iconic event – while also battling it out in the style stakes.

From daring hemlines and plunging ensembles to statement dresses and bespoke outfits, celebrities including Adele, Emma Watson and Kate Moss have often impressed with their Glastonbury garments.

So as music and fashion fans wait to see the new outfits on display at this year’s festival, FEMAIL reveals some of the most memorable attire worn in previous years…

90s supermodel Kate Moss, the queen of festival wear, donned this iconic outfit in 2005, matching a waistcoat and tiny shorts with wellington boots

Meanwhile songstress Paloma Faith took a more extravagant approach to her Glastonbury wardrobe, wearing an all-in-one gold sparkling outfit in 2010

Emma Watson (accompanied by George Craig) took a leaf out of Kate Moss’ book for the festival in 2010, wearing knee high boots with her hotpants

This ornate frock took 200 hours to make, boasting an array of dazzling sequins, appropriate for Adele’s 2016 performance at the event

Meanwhile the musician’s 2015 look at the festival, matching black jeans with a flowing top, was more casual but no less stylish

FKA Twigs, seen here performing on the West Holts stage at Glastonbury in 2015,  donned an ethereal look, matching a metallic tulle minidress with a long robe

Good for the mud: Pictured here with former flame Pete Doherty, Kate Moss shows off another impeccable 2005 outfit, this time pairing a daring minidress with wellies and a leather jacket

Music lover and model Alexa Chung is another fashionista who seems inspired by Kate Moss’ hotpant look, sporting a tiny pair of the shorts with black tights, and the popular Hunter boots in 2015

Pictured backstage at Glastonbury in 2010, singer Florence Welch pairs wedge heeled lace-ups with a 70s-style, tiered lace dress, for the ultimate festival chic look

Wearing another eye-catching outfit for 2015’s Glastonbury festival, Paloma Faith matched a vibrant, multicoloured poncho with animal print boots

Showing she is a glamorous star, Shirley Bassey donned a memorable 2007 look, matching a feathered fuchsia gown with bejewelled wellies

Suki Waterhouse obviously got the Glastonbury memo, sporting a classic pair of shorts shorts when she attended the multi-day event in 2015

Meanwhile Dua Lipa went for a vintage look, sporting a 90s-style shell suit and large New Rock boots for her 2019 appearance 

Rocking up to the event in 2013, Cressida Bonas opted for relaxed light wash denim dungarees, paired with fresh white high tops, for a casual look that was also practical

Actor Sienna Miller exemplified early 2000s boho fashion when she attended the festival in 2004, sporting a casual minidress, and a heavy, thick studded leather belt

In characteristic style, Beyonce donned an iconic outfit to headline the Pyramid Stage at  Glastonbury in 2011, matching a gold wrap sequinned top with tiny black hot pants

Pixie Geldof kept her silhouette simple at Glastonbury Festival in 2019, pairing a low-key top with skinny jeans, but the bold print made the ensemble stand out

Adwoa Aboah showed off some of the finest festival style when she donned a camo dress, pairing it with a beret and Hunter jacket in 2017

Performing with her band No Doubt in 2002, Gwen Stefani mixed tartan and a daring crop crop when she took to the stage 

With fringed cowboy boots, and skin tight, cow print dungarees, Rita Ora’s elaborate 2014 Glastonbury outfit was never going to go unnoticed

Never one to dress down, US singer Gwen Stefani shows off a seriously stylish getup in 2002, pairing a blazer and houndstooth scarf for a quintessentially British vibe

It wouldn’t be a Glastonbury look without a pair of the ubiquitous Hunter wellington boots. Actor Margot Robbie pairs hers with an oversized Disney top and leggings in 2017

Staying true to her love of 70s styling, musician Florence Welch dons a retro waistcoat and elaborate blouse for the 2014 event

Bringing the glamour to the Park Stage while performing at Glastonbury 2019, US singer Lizzo donned a lavender outfit, featuring sparkling sequin details

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