Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse attempt to blend in with Glastonbury crowd
Decked out in Hunter wellies and hi-vis jackets, Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse attempted to blend in with the crowd as they enjoyed the first day of Glastonbury Festival.
The supermodels somehow managed to remain spotless in the boggy fields of Somerset's Worthy Farm, which kicked off an eclectic weekend of music with the likes of Jess Glynne, ZZ Top and headliners Muse.
But going incognito is hard with lurid blue plaits in your hair, as the duo discovered when they explored the festival.
Their friend Rita Ora stepped up the unofficial fashion show with a pair of heeled wellington boots, precarious even on dry land, and fishnet tights.
The Poison singer competed with Charli XCX for the most leg on show: Ora picking a long T-shirt as her outfit of choice while Charli gallantly soldiered on in Daisy Dukes despite the gloomy weather.
Delevingne's equally photogenic older sister Poppy and friends Lady Mary Charteris - sporting bubblegum pink locks - and model Daisy Lowe also braved the mud.
Fresh from her divorce from Professor Green, ex-Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh showed off her new romance with her former co-star Hugo Taylor.
Mackintosh came very close to a case of hubris as she defied the muddy elements in a stark white minidress and fur gilet. She had eschewed, however, her boyfriend's choice of facepaint.
TV presenter Laura Whitmore was all smiles with her clever choice of parka jacket and statement celebrity sunglasses that came in handy when the evening sun finally shone on a gloriously muddy Glastonbury.