Friday, March 3, 2023

From the English fields of Glastonbury to the Californian desert of Coachella, music festivals have always been an outlet for freedom of expression and style.

And the Lost In Time Festival, Jamaica's answer to that global trend, was no different. On top of electrifying sets delivered by, among others, Jesse Royal, Mortimer and festival mastermind Protoje, last Saturday all eyes were also on performers' and festivalgoers' fashion choices.

From camo to denim and everything in between, here are a few of our fave 'fits that made appearances.

Stylin' - Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Protoje stepped out on the Lost In Time main stage in a pair of Clarks Desert Treks styled by Lila Ike. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
(Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Vlog'Bout That! - Vlogger Kayla Simpson nailed the blazer-and-shorts look in pieces from Abercrombie & Fitch and Zara. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Off Duty - Attorney-at-law Cristal Holness test-drove the cargo pants and bralette trend in a look from Clothed Online. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Made You 'Lewk' - Kelly-Ann Boyne, whose fave Protoje song is Who Knows, wowed in pieces from EtAl Store. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
A Vibe - From the cowboy boots to the denim jacket down her shoulders, everything about Haveli principal Mina Robertson's festival 'fit was a hit. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
I'll Bring The Bling - KTW Hair and Beauty Concept boss babe Tiffany Scott sparkled in her Prada Re-Edition Crystal-Embellished Bag and matching sandals. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Camo Chick - Social media influencer Tanaania Tracey was on a stylish mission in camo overalls, knotted shirt, and Telfar bag. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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