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These fashion savvy celebs wore Australian designers at Coachella

We're spotting Australian designer pieces all over Coachella 2016.

22 April 2016 - Coachella is undoubtedly one of the most fashionable events of the year. It's a time when celebrities, influencers and music lovers come together forming a melting pot of lace, suede, boots and a whole lot of individuality. A time to let fashion creativity fly, we've spotted trend-setters like Emily Ratajkowski, Emma Roberts and Bella Thorne in striking, fashion-forward outfits that we're just dying to copy.

One emerging trend we've noticed is a rise in celebrities wearing designers labels and pieces fresh out of Australia. We know that Aussie fashion is some of the best in the business and this totally confirms it. Scroll through to see some of our favourite celebrities and influencers wearing Australian designers at Coachella.

If you can't get enough of Australian fashion and want to know more, check out the top Australian fashion designers every twenty-something should know about. These key labels are making major waves in the local and international fashion scenes. We love them and we know you will too.

Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is the Editor of the Shopping section at finder. She has a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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