Stars pull out all the stops for glitzy backstage bash at V Festival

Laura Whitmore, Ella Eyre, and Pixie Lott were just some of the stars who turned heads this weekend as they showed off their high fashion style at V Festival. The fashionistas dazzled as they headed for a glitzy bash backstage at the Ciroc & Mahiki Backstage Bar.


Pixie Lott turned heads at V Festival

HELLO! Fashion Monthly headed to the star-studded event, where we spotted Laura looking the epitome of festival chic in a pair of denim shorts teamed with burgundy and gold crop top. The blonde beauty dressed perfectly for the volatile British weather, adding a suede jacket and boots to her ensemble and accessorising with a chic brown leather cross-body bag.

@thewhitmore backstage at #VFestival looking gorgeous as always. She told us she's a huge fan of #HFM

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Laura Whitmore told us she's a huge fan of HFM

Meanwhile, singer Ella Eyre showed off her effortlessly cool style credentials in a red dress with zip detailing, adding a black leather jacket and trainers for a laidback look. The Bullet for You hitmaker added a retro vibe to her outfit with quirky accessories including round sunglasses and a wide headband, wearing her hair up in a top knot bun.

We've just met the lovely @EllaEyre backstage at #VFestival. Loving the red dress #VFest #EllaEyre #Mahiki

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Ella Eyre wowed in a chic red dress

Also topping best-dressed lists alongside Ella was fellow musician Pixie Lott, who channelled Marilyn Monroe in an elegant white halterneck gown. The Cry Me Out singer wore her blonde locks slicked back for an edgy look, and accessorised only with a pair of cat eye sunglasses for an extra touch of old Hollywood glamour as she mingled with guests.

Other stars who wowed with their high fashion outfits at the glamorous party included Alexandra Burke, Diana Vickers and former Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh, who was spotted catching up with Keith Lemon. There was a great atmosphere, with guests sipping on cocktails including the popular Mahiki Colada and Raspberry Slush, while dancing to music including a DJ set by Harriet Verney.

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