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Coachella Chronicles: Jacquelyn Jablonski

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Coachella kicked off in full force last weekend, and Style.com reporter Alison Baenen has been talking to all the festival’s best-dressed concertgoers about their desert duds, favorite bands, and more. Below, Jacquelyn Jablonski shares her Coachella secrets.

What she’s wearing: A vintage top and necklace, Helmut Lang shorts, and a pair of Nikes.

Number of times at Coachella: Two.

Who She Came to See: “I’m excited to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Grimes, and Wu Tang. My friends and I also had a lot of fun dancing during Moby’s DJ set and at Benny Benassi.”

Words of wisdom:Do wear lots of sunscreen and comfortable shoes. Don’t wear anything you are scared of getting ruined because you will get dirty.”

Non-negotiable festival essentials: “Sunscreen and face paint.”

The craziest thing she’s ever seen at a festival: “The Tupac hologram during the Snoop Dogg performance last year. It was pretty amazing. The surprise appearances on stage by 50 Cent and Eminem made it an unforgettable show.”

Photo: Alison Baenen

Not Your Average Purse Presentation, Lollapalooza Acts Announced, Armani Casa Takes Miami, And More…

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Would you ever hand over your purse—with its contents included—to be displayed in a gallery? For €500, a few women did just that for German artist Hans-Peter Feldmann’s new solo presentation at London’s Serpentine Gallery. The exhibition includes six bags, along with painkillers, phones, business cards, makeup, etc., on display in cases. [Telegraph]

The Red Hot Chili Peppers were announced this morning as the main act at this year’s Lollapalooza. Other performers in the lineup for the August festival are the Black Keys, Jack White, the Shins, and Passion Pit. [Lollapalooza]

Armani Casa opens its first Miami store today. The 3,660-square-foot shop includes furniture and furnishings, tableware, decorative accessories, fabrics, ornaments, lighting, and bathroom and kitchen products. They also offer “made to measure” solutions for private clients. [WWD]

Gary Ross, the director of The Hunger Games, has confirmed that he won’t be directing the sequel Catching Fire. “As a writer and director, I simply don’t have the time I need to write and prep the movie I would have wanted to make because of the fixed and tight production schedule,” he tells The Hollywood Reporter. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Photo: Jason Merritt / Getty Images