Breaking away from her monotonous and docile wardrobe in “The Handmaid’s Tale”, Elisabeth Moss wore this architectural velvet mini dress by Balmain. With some serious Khaleesi undertones, the 3D dragon just needs silver cuffs in place of those lacy sleeves to be an instant hit at Burning Man.
As the frontman of his own band, Calpurnia, Finn Wolfhard of the ‘Stranger Things’ team knows a thing or two about music festival fashions. These Beetlejuice inspired pants will go well with anything.
Reality star Lala Kent (of ‘Vanderpump Rules’) loves transparency – she wore a less racy version of black and nude lace at the Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards earlier this month. This lace jumpsuit comes with a removable skirt. Maybe you could use it as a blanket when it’s cold outside?
Former American skier Lindsey Vonn has revisited the classic little black dress, with an asymmetrical hem and plunging neckline. But we love these fringed metal shoulder pads that effortlessly enhance the look, with no accessories required.
Lizzo brought back the feathers of her Met Gala appearance in this neon green number from Christopher John Rogers. She accessorized the long-sleeved ostrich feather-trimmed dress with a pair of jeweled Flashtrek sneakers from Gucci. It’s definitely not an easy look to pull off, but turn on some of her music and channel her confidence.
Nick Cannon offers us Mortal Kombat flashbacks with this Louis Vuitton mask and armor. We believe these pieces will fit perfectly into the Nevada desert landscape when setting up the city of Burning Man.
Cashmere lace and velvet jacket worn over a long white shirt inspired by men’s fashion – Storm Reid (“12 years of slavery”, “A wrinkle in time”) rocked this Victorian-inspired look from the fall 2019 collection d’Etro right off the track. You’re ready for a sleepless night under the stars in this outfit.
20-year-old influencer Tana Mongeau wins our award for the most OTT outfit of the event, with this dollar dress from Moschino, complete with a money clip. This one might not fit in your small festival tent, so go for a smaller version.
Tessa Thompson’s vintage victory roll hairstyle and Thom Browne blazer minidress gives off some serious #BossLady vibes – don your sunglasses and you’ll be on all the best dressed lists just like her.