For the first time in a history of 159 years, Hunter boots were customised to bear the celebrities’ names within the iconic red logo. Director and actor, Sam and Aaron Taylor Johnson, model and presenter Alexa Chung, designer Stella McCartney, Hunter Creative Director Alasdhair Willis and musician Mark Ronson were just some of those at Glastonbury in Somerset, spotted wearing the boots, which are entirely unique, one-off designs, created in celebration of the festival season.
The personalised boots are key styles from the Hunter Original collection, including the Original Slim Textured Leg. First debuted at the Hunter Original show at London Fashion Week, the boots are inspired by the Original Tall, the brand’s icon seen at festivals across the globe. The personalised styles feature signatures of the Original boot including the moustache detail, calendered tread and waterproof, vulcanised rubber, a nod to its 28-part design first created in 1956.
With rain showers kicking off the festival, the fields quickly turned to the muddy mire the event has become world known for. Spotted wearing Hunter backstage and on the festival fields to survive the wet conditions were model Daisy Lowe, presenter Nick Grimshaw, actor Bradley Cooper and musician James Bay.
From one music event to another, Kendall Jenner made her way from Taylor Swift’s concert in London’s Hyde Park to the festival. Prepared for the mud in Hunter Original boots, the model arrived in time to see Kanye West take to the Pyramid Stage. Every year the event draws huge names to the stages. Along with Kanye West on Saturday, Friday night saw Florence and The Machine, and closing the last night of the festival, The Who, as the final headline act of Glastonbury 2015.