FASHION

TK Wonder Takes the Pitchfork Music Festival in Style

Musician, model and writer TK Quann stood out in the crowd at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. Tag along on her journey here.


The musician, model and writer TK Quann, who is better known by her stage name (and Instagram handle) TK Wonder, has a unique personal style that has made her, along with her identical twin sister Cipriana, a favorite subject of street style photographers. The electronic singer-songwriter’s most recent trip to Chicago, for the 11th annual Pitchfork Music Festival, proved to be no exception. On the first day of the music festival, Quann wore a Coach Dino sweatshirt and denim cutoffs with a Coach Rouge bag.

Quann has had natural hair for over a decade. At the music festival, she wore her long locks pulled back from her face—in preparation of the dancing to come. On her agenda? Seeing performances by everyone from Dev Hynes to Brian Wilson.

Varsity Rexy Sweatshirt, $350, coach.com

Rouge Bag in Printed Haircalf, $1,400, coach.com

The musician kicked off the second day of the Pitchfork Music Festival in a floral-print patchwork Coach dress and oversized sunglasses, proving that festival attire need no longer be limited to crop tops and fringe.

Prairie Patchwork Print Dress, $595, coach.com

Rivets Rogue Bag in Pebbled Leather, $995, coach.com

With her striking hair and laid back, ladylike ensemble, Quann stands out in a crowd.

Prairie Patchwork Print Dress, $595, coach.com

Rivets Rogue Bag in Pebbled Leather, $995, coach.com

As a singer-songwriter, Quann’s electronic, new wave rap addresses heavy topics ranging from racism and social issues to self acceptance and unrealistic beauty standards. Recently, she has opened for Kendrick Lamar and Sting. Even though she was off-duty at the Pitchfork Music Festival, Quann had time to catch up with her fellow musicians. Here, she stops for a quick chat with Moses Sumney before his performance.

Prairie Patchwork Print Dress, $595, coach.com

Rivets Rogue Bag in Pebbled Leather, $995, coach.com

It wouldn’t be a music festival without some bubbles—and dancing.

Prairie Patchwork Print Dress, $595, coach.com

Tea Rose Sunglasses, $195, coach.com

Always be prepared: Quann pulled out an oversized denim jacket for when it cooled off in the evening at the music festival.

Prairie Patchwork Print Dress, $595, coach.com

Rogue Bag 36 in Colorblock Python, $1,300, coach.com

On the third day of the Pitchfork Music Festival, Quann looked both elegant and edgy in a black studded Coach top and long skirt.

Star Stud Top, $450, coach.com

Rogue Bag 36 in Colorblock Python, $1,300, coach.com

A delicate choker and simple septum ring look ladylike, when paired with Quann’s embellished top by Coach.

Star Stud Top, $450, coach.com

For her final look at the 11th annual Pitchfork Music Festival, Quann swapped out her turquoise Coach bag for a smaller style, made out of white pebbled leather. And that’s a wrap!

Star Stud Top, $450, coach.com

Rogue Bag 25 in Glovetanned Pebble Leather, $595, coach.com