Fashion Freakouts at Kaskade's Freaks of Nature Tour in Miami

See Crossfade's concert review of Kaskade's Freaks of Nature tour in Miami -- plus the full 50-photo slideshow.

Fashionistas the world over flock to America's EDM scene seeking inspiration and insight into new trends and hip styles.

Paris, London, and Harajuku hold their breath to see what our nation's young droves of neon furries will come up with next. And usually, it looks something like Europe circa '97.

Over the weekend, Kaskade's Freaks of Nature show at Bayfront Park's Klipsch Amphitheater was a treasure-trove of progressive and forward-thinking fashion dos. Like, turning your boobs into a beat-freaking butterfly on bad acid

Now let's take a totally serious look at these totally next-level style statements.

Jailbait is totally in this season, and these kids know it. Everywhere you looked, there was exposed underage tummy and entitled attitudes, like, "Yeah, I so know what's important in life. I've got it, so I'm going to flaunt it!" Remember kids, smoking does make you look older. Always pair your don't-let-daddy-see-you-leave-the-house ensemble with a pack of mentholated party sticks.

This painted lady has more swagger than clothes can contain. So she's letting it all hang out. She even turned her boobs into EDM artwork. This is conceptual couture. This is tasteful branding. This is the future.

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.

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