13 Asian and Asian American artists who wowed Coachella 2022 with their dazzling ‘fits

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  • Coachella wouldn’t be what it is without influencers going all out for the yearly festival.
  • Akin to the Met Gala for social media’s most famous, the event has also inspired a number of fun, festive looks from the crowd, shot perfectly for the ‘gram.

From surprise reunions to historic moments in Asian excellence, Coachella 2022 will be a festival to remember. On top of the amazing performances and viral clips, our favorite celebrities of Asian descent wowed festivalgoers and fans alike with dazzling accessories, daring makeup looks and more. 

Of course, Coachella wouldn’t be what it is without influencers going all out for the yearly festival. Akin to the Met Gala for social media’s most famous, the event has also inspired a number of fun, festive looks from the crowd, shot perfectly for the ‘gram.

Take a look at some of the most iconic looks we’ve rounded up below.

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Milli

 

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The Thai rapper caught our attention with this fiery red outfit — and, of course, the unforgettable moment she ate Thai mango sticky rice on stage.

Conan Gray

 

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In his own words, Gray was “a sight for sore eyes, brighter than the blue sky,” at his first-ever Coachella. Donning this custom hot pink Valentino ensemble, complete with bell bottoms and platform shoes, the look had us all simply mesmerized

Rina Sawayama

 

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The Japanese British singer-songwriter matched her double denim outfit with this gorgeous blue makeup look, and we can’t stop thinking about it.

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2NE1

 

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The shocking reunion of the disbanded K-pop group 2NE1 might have broken the internet, but what came as no surprise at all was how each of the members arrived in style. The moment they stepped foot on stage in their matching black outfits, the group brought us back to the days of their reign over the K-pop scene during the early 2010s.

Niki

 

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As one of the night’s Indonesian artists, Niki inspired her fans from around the world with her bold scarlet attire.

Rich Brian

 

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Doubling the double denim we saw on Sawayama was Rich Brian, wearing these statement jeans and jacket combo from Kenzo.

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Raveena

 

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All eyes were on Raveena as she stepped onstage in white with an iconic hot pink arm cuff by fashion designer Ibrahima Gueye.

Michelle Zauner

The Korean American lead vocalist and songwriter of indie rock band Japanese Breakfast did not disappoint with this sweet lace dress by Central Saint Martins designer Joyce Bao.

Beabadoobee

 

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The Filipino British artist’s beautiful dress had us wondering where we could get one ourselves – an art museum, perhaps? 

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Peggy Gou

The South Korean DJ looked extra edgy in this two-tone denim look worn during the second week of Coachella.

Bretman Rock

The hilarious internet personality showed up in an all-denim ensemble by Diesel with a matching purse in hand. Always authentic, Rock revealed that he at one point forgot to post one of his looks as he “got too high” at the event — but we’re just grateful he remembered.

Kirsten Titus

 

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TikTok’s queen of fruit, Kirsten Titus, is known for sharing her wildest stories while cutting up exotic fruits from her hometown in Hawaii. Saving the best look for last, the fruity ensemble perfectly captures her online persona.

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Aespa

The first K-pop group to perform on Coachella’s main stage, Aespa didn’t need much to stand out at the festival. Still, the group captivated audiences in their black and white matching sets, opting for a more punk glam style as opposed to their usual futuristic looks.

 

Featured Image via Getty, @Bretmanrock / TikTok

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