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FYF Style, Day One: Plenty Of Jumpsuits & Zero Flower Crowns Spotted At FYF

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FYF is not the flower crown, festival-industrial complex wasteland of Coachella (at least, it isn't yet). It's the hip kid sibling festival, taking place in Exposition Park and featuring mind-numbingly good lineups every year (despite Mac Demarco's never-ending streak of late afternoon sets). As such, the fashion is usually a parade of minimalists, health goths, freak flags, shamans, witches, and every other look under the sun. Friday demonstrated an exorbitant number of jumpsuits, but that's understandable: who doesn't want a utilitarian item of clothing that possibly requires you to get naked in order to use the bathroom? Check out all the photos of the best fashion at the first day of FYF.

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