Rihanna rocks festival chic at London's Barclaycard Wireless Festival
Rihanna rocked outdoors chic as she headlined London's Barclaycard Wireless Festival last night.
The singer mixed her trademark sassy urban style with fashion staples often spotted at open-air music events including chunky boots and a fringed top.
The Where Have You Been star looked every inch the sexy R&B diva in a pair of print hotpants and a matching bralet as she took to the main stage on Sunday.
The Bajan beauty accessorised the look with a leather baseball cap embellished with a golden snake, perhaps in keeping with her Egyptian-themed stage set.
The 24-year-old's cropped top was embellished to give the illusion of Rihanna wearing a huge bib necklace and featured tassel detailing at the back.
She added a pair of sleeves in a peacock print with mint braided cuffs.
The star finished off the look with sturdy black boots and a slick of red lipstick.
Jessie J also worked a typical festival chic in a pair of denim cut-offs and an oversized camouflage jacket.
The Domino singer teamed the ensemble with a white cropped vest top, black bondage tights and red high-top trainers.
Wearing her black hair in long tumbling curls, Jessie also rocked a bright red lipstick to complete her urban cool look.
Spotted in the crowd was Victoria's Secret Angel and Transformers star Rosie Huntington-Whitely.
The statuesque beauty channelled her inner rock chick in a black leather jacket and lose-fitting T-shirt. She added a black Newsboy-style hat, with her long golden locks falling freely from underneath the headpiece.
Meanwhile, at the T in the Park Festival in Scotland, stylish stars showed off their very different looks.
Florence Welch looked her ethereal best in a gorgeous black gown with cross-over ties and cream print.
Up-and-coming British artist Rita Ora chose a casual cool look for her performance, taking to the stage in a wooly hat, black T-shirt and combat pants.
The singer added lashings of gold jewellery and tied up her top to show off her bare mid-riff.
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