Coachella Party: Jeremy Scott for Adidas
Happy snaps from the most colourful party of the weekend.
Well! Coachella is over, and we're only just beginning to recover. This party was partly to blame.
We were transported by shuttle bus to a secret location in Palm Springs - the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway. Built in the early 1960s by local architect, Robert Alexander, the house became famous when it was featured in Look Magazine in 1968 under the headlines "The Way Out Way Of Life" and "The House Of Tomorrow". The house is filled with Elvis memorabilia and, on this occasion, with festival-goers desperate to rehydrate after a day in the desert.
Guests included Rosario Dawson, The Presets, Robyn (who I think was DJing at one point), the ubiquitous Cobrasnake, Busy P, Sky Ferreira and a whole wall of Jeremy Scott for adidas teddybears.
More Coachella posts to follow!
Photography: Cara Stricker