Zenosynes’ looks for all the festivals that never happened
Let’s make a list:
Coachella and Burning Man in the USA, Tomorrowland in Belgium, Untold in Romania, Creamfields in the UK, and so many more were cancelled due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Not only festivals were cancelled, but also galas, like the Met Gala, ceremonies, like the Oscars, and even travelling around the world to enrich experiences and Instagram profiles.
So what is left?
Let’s see some “what could have been” that inspired us and triggered some bitter sweet melancholy.
Festival look 2020 - what could have been
Here is a list with all the -so far- cancelled festivals in the world, compiled in July by billboard.com.
Feeling down? Let’s just be positive and hopeful, while making an impact in keeping ourselves and the others safe.
Best way to start feeling better? Plan for the future, remember the best parts of the past.
From Coachella 2019, let’s make sure you’ll get the festival vibe now, for later this year, when the festivals come back.
From neon to short tops and athleisure, to nets and cut jeans, some of the celebrity festival looks from last year can serve as inspiration. Or just a reminder that times were different.
Get the look:
Burning man feels eerily like a prediction for the future, it always did. And now almost certainly we shall get to see outfits like these and we shall wear them for more than getting the festival look.
It will be for our protection and that of others.
Get on burningmanfashion for a quick exploration of this vibe and imagine the future.
July was the month with all the right ingredients for a festival mood: the places to go, the free time to go, and the weather to explore any look.
Now, musical escapes like Lollapalooza or Tomorowland will have to wait or live online.
That should not stop you in checking out outfits and making plans, see some trends, get some accessories.
And here’s a little help for your travels and your festival look, in 3 tabs to open when you’re in the mood:
- Watch for the Best major musical and cultural events list – HERE
- Follow the safety guidelines posted and recommended by the events you go to.
Here, a word of advice from Neha Nanda, MD, medical director of infection prevention and antimicrobial stewardship for Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California (in the heart of Coachella country:
“ avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth; wash hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, especially before eating or after going to the bathroom, blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing. If soap and water aren’t available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.”
- See updates about music festivals on a major trusted website to make plans – HERE.
BONUS TIP: Remember that some festivals were just postponed. Check out the new dates and maybe get another chance at a ticket. Just make sure to update your festival look, because some summer festivals will probably move to autumn. Get a jacket over that bustier and rock on!
See you next time!
Take notice and stay ahead of time.
Z E N O S Y N E
The sense that time keeps going faster.
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