Nobody asked for COVID-19 to perform at Coachella.
An influencer revealed her outfit for the weekend festival was toasted in a now-viral video because it looked like a virus antigen.
“When you thought your Coachella outfit was cute but everyone thinks you look like a COVID antigen,” wrote Kate Bartlett, a TikTok influencer and student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, in a caption for a Video viewed over 3.1 million times.
Bartlett posted several of her Coachella outfits on social media, but the white two-piece set with exaggerated red detailing, created by designer MELKE, raised eyebrows Instagram.
“The mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell,” she wrote to her Instagram followers.
It was only later that her 1.2 TikTok followers pointed out that the pants and crop top combo looked like a COVID molecule.
“I still think it’s fun ok,” she wrote on TikTok.
“At least you were trending… with Covid,” one person joked.
“Because the vibes are contagious,” said another.
Other users saw different similarities in the outfit.
“Car wash core,” commented one user.
“I was thinking more in-n-out vibes,” chipped in another.
“There are sea anemones,” said one.
Many agreed that this outfit was “unfortunate.”
“If you showed this to your friends before Coachella and they said it was cute, they’re not real friends,” one person said.
The music festival has become just as much Fashion how about music.
Of course, Barlett wore other outfits that didn’t resemble COVID to the rest of the festival, including a glittery blue dress from Revolve and a cut-out dress from H&M, which she invited to spend the weekend at the Hennes Hotel.
Coachella returned this year after not appearing since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd, who replaced Kanye West after he dropped out, are headlining the festival, which has just wrapped up its first weekend. The second weekend will take place from April 22nd to 24th.
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