The 20 Most Beautiful People at Electric Daisy Carnival 2014

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All photos by Christopher Victorio
You thought only homely people went to Electric Daisy Carnival this past weekend? Think again! This year, per usual, the bold and the beautiful made their way to Las Vegas for parties that lasted all night long.

Here are the concertgoers, shot by Christopher Victorio, whom we found particularly enchanting.

Hopefully she has another outfit to wear on the plane, because there's no way she's getting this one by the metal detector.

Patriotism FTW.

A casting call for the live-action Little Mermaid?

We'd comment on the rest of his outfit, if we could get past the abs.

We've always been fond of 14-foot-tall women.

Hey lady, what you got under that hat?!

More photos on the next page.

We're betting his smile is as pretty as his eyes.

CamelBak, EDC-themed halter, dude in tow -- we bet this beauty is a festival veteran.

Upon first look all we saw were stars, but now we're really digging the comic one-piece too.

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OFC -- original flower children

We have never in our lives seen anything like this outfit. But we hope to see it again.

We wouldn't mind being devoured by these members of the walking dead.

Hey, can we wave your flag?

More photos on the next page.

Turns out, this is his excited face.

Hella nice ink!

Four sets of big, beautiful eyes in this photo.

California. Knows how to party.

This is where the wild things are.

Is this the same lady as on the first page? Maybe! But we remain mesmerized.


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