Party animal Kate Moss, is surely the most iconic Glastonbury fashionista? Famed for wearing the tiniest shorts possible with Hunter wellingtons, or sparkly vintage tops and the occasional swathe of fur, Mossy is mostly spotted pounding the muddy terrain with a rockstar on her beautifully-clothed arm.
As hoards of tent-toting music lovers make the journey to Worthy Farm in Somerset today to set up camp, it can only mean one thing - Glastonbury Festival is back. After a year's respite to allow the fields it inhabits to rest, the world's most famous festival is ready to welcome over 135,000 party revellers. Among them will be girls who have honed their festival look based on these stylish ladies - undoubtedly the festival style icons.
Another strong contender in the festival fashion showdown, Alexa Chung, cuts a fine figure in the crowd. Whether she's sporting a jaunty Breton and cut offs or a band t-shirt and lashings of leopard print she always looks amazing. We've even spotted her on drier years in her Vivienne Westwood Roman strappy pumps - brave girl.
The girl who brought us Boho, Sienna Miller, also does festival chic with an effortless feel. All baby blonde locks and super-tanned, super-toned limbs, she reaches for a strappy dress and a low-slung belt and she's pretty much good to go. Alternatively, micro shorts and a crochet waistcoat hits the right side of hippy.
Of course, it's not all Daisy Dukes at Glastonbury, a good frock is just as hot. And we can always rely on Miss Daisy Lowe to inject a little sass and femininity into her festival wardrobe. Favouring a cute vintage teadress and boots, her look is pretty with a hint of wild child - just perfect for Glastonbury.
Pulled-together and just a little bit posher, Poppy Delevigne does immaculate festival fashion very well. The willowy model knows a pop of coloured denim with all the bells and whistles festival accessories will do the trick; cue denim shirt, band tee, snazzy Hunters and a spotless Barbour.