Latitude 2013 Inbetweeners: Fashion at the festival
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The EDP has teamed up with Culture Works East and the Inbetweeners area to give youngsters the chance to report from Latitude Festival. Here they look at the fashion of the festival.
Team: Willow Major 11, Emma Poulard 12, Jonah Poulard 10, Emily Notley 12, Jemima O'Reilly 11
Paul, 43, London, was wearing a large, glittery Pharohs headdress, and a T-shirt with a hieroglyphic pattern.
What inspired your costume?
'Ancient Egypt, and King Tutankhamen'
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What is the wackiest costume you have seen so far?
'A young couple wearing red indian costumes including amazing headdresses.'
John, 28, London, was wearing wood pattern leggings, tiger face paint and a tiger tail.
What made you want to set up a shop that sells tails?
'My friend started small, selling the tails at a small stall at festivals. It gradually got bigger, and last year we got a much bigger stall and our business continued.'
What was the weirdest costume you have seen?
'The dino tail that is sold at the Tell Tails stall.'
Sophie, 25, London, wearing a spangly fairy costume with a leotard and authentic wings.
What is the wackiest item at Latitude this weekend?
Why did you want to set up this shop?
'Because I love fairies.'
Ben, 36, Worcester, wearing a pair of rainbow, striped pants.
Why did you set up the underwear shop?
'I am on a mission to prove that fashion can change the world and to liberate power in pants.'
What was the craziest item of clothing you have seen so far?
'My colleague in a pantkini.'