During Coachella, Teen Vogue commissioned agency Les Mijotés to capture a range of inclusive festival fashion photography, to get a better understanding of the many different people who attend the massive music event, and to find out what their opinions are concerning representation in the media.
As much of the street style photography for Coachella tends to focus on thin white models, influencers, and others with similar aesthetics who abide by more commonly promoted western beauty ideals, Teen Vogue wanted to highlight the many that don't fit into this narrow narrative. To do so, it primarily focused on non-white attendees, as well as those who could be considered "plus size" or disabled.
With this project, Teen Vogue highlights the beauty of the many different people who are too often left out of fashion photography, and prompts others in the industry to be more aware and inclusive.
Image Credit: Les Mijotés
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