Glastonbury may be over for another year but thanks to Worthy Farm taking a year off in 2018, we’ll probably be talking about its weekend of (rare) absent mud, wide variety of acts and politically-charged atmosphere far longer than normally required. Among the acts were a lot of icons (both new and established) that stand out for their style, viewpoints and individuality – here are our top five, and how to emulate their style.
The nation’s dreams of an Oasis reunion were quashed once again at this year’s Glastonbury, with Liam being the only Gallagher brother to take to the stage – leaving the rest of us wondering if he and Noel will ever reconcile and if British music will ever truly be the same again. Sentiment aside, it goes without saying that the Gallagher brothers have been two of the most influential musicians in the past two decades when it comes to style (one needs only walk down the streets of Manchester to see the lasting effect of their parka-wearing days). The uniform? You’ll want a raincoat of sorts (Liam sported a classic black number this time round), round Ray-Ban sunglasses – and of course, the ubiquitous polo shirt.