Governors Ball 2012: The Most Stylish Performers
Summertime is essentially synonymous with music festivals, and we spent this past weekend soaking up both the sun and sounds on Randall's Island for the Governors Ball. A two-day, two-stage outdoor concert extravaganza that featured electronic acts Passion Pit and Chromeo performing alongside indie favorites Fiona Apple and Beck, the event had us dancing, drinking and singing along for hours.
And while the music itself was the obvious draw of the weekend, many of the performers showed up in pretty amazing ensembles. Click through to peep our four favorite acts, plus pieces you can pick up to get the look.
The Saturday headliner's awesome set combined tracks from her new album "Master of My Make-Believe," with fan favorites from her self-titled debut. Her performance included an outfit change, dancers in fringe-trimmed bike shorts and even a horse costume. Click through to shop her look.
The waiflike singer, who rose to fame in the '90s, was one of the weekend's highlights. Dressed in an appropriately grunge-glam combo of a silk slipdress and combat boots, she belted out her classic "Criminal" and new single "Every Single Night," among others. Click through to shop her look.
NYC-based band Cults may only have one album to their name, but it's packed with crowd pleasers like "Go Outside," "You Know What I Mean" and "Abducted"—and we got to hear all of them on Sunday afternoon. Click through to shop her look.
Despite the searing heat during their early-afternoon set, Phantogram had us swaying to songs like "When I'm Small" and "As Far As I Can See." We covet lead vocalist Sarah Barthel's impeccably-cut bob. Click through to shop her look.
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