The 2020 American Music Awards Red-Carpet: The Metallic Edition

There certainly aren’t that many events this year and we are all so excited when another red-carpet awards show pulls through this tumultuous and uncertain year!! The 2020 American Music Awards (AMAs) were a great introduction to the upcoming holiday season.  This year’s AMAs was considerably smaller in scope than in previous years due the current health pandemic; still, there were some big fashion looks. Our favorite music stars didn’t disappoint; they literally shined and glittered their way to their awards. It was the 2020 AMAs: the Metallic Edition, literally.

Here are Fashion Reverie favorites:

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Of course, always on the best dressed list is Jennifer Lopez. How does she always keep up fabulous stand and remains loyal to her style? J Lo showed off her curves in a silver Balmain number with a plunging neckline, statement shoulders, and a very high slit. Matched with cutest Balmain clutch and beach waves hairstyles, Jennifer Lopez turned it out, yet again.

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It was great to see Supermodel Cara Delevingne on the red carpet. She rarely goes for a super feminine style, so, Cara opted for a metallic Dolce & Gabbana pantsuit matched with Dior jewelry.  This transparent-like body suit under the pantsuit made the ensemble sexy.

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Ciara apparently didn’t get the memo about metallic and sparkles theme. However, she managed to stand out for all the right reasons. She wore a red Red Balmain gown with Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots. Her breathtaking look was topped off Woth Vhernier ‘Creole’ yellow gold diamond hoops.

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Taraji P. Henson made a unique appearance in a silver Armani number with jewelry from Tiffany & Co. and Tom Ford heels. For some reason, a mini dress was a surprise paired with the white turban. This looks almost like an Eartha Kitt moment!!

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Bebe Rexha wore a light, transparent pink luminous gown from Julien Macdonald. The look was very subtle and was somewhat less avant-garde than her usual red carpet looks.

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It is always good to see Paris Hilton. We miss her crazy red-carpet days, but she is still rocking miniskirts, strutting her long legs. She stuck to the silver theme and wore a plunging silver minidress from Valdrin Sahiti.

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Laverne Cox wore a custom Michael Costello gown with Nancy Newberg jewelry. Laverne knows how to bring out the best version of herself and with the little help of Costello who often brings out the inner goddess.

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Becky G wore silk white Ralph & Russo gown with silver-sequin embellishments. She accessorized with platform Stuart Weitzman heels and while she looked adorable, she reminded us of a Las Vegas bride. Sorry Becky!!

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Dua Lipa was determined to show off her rocking body, so she wore tiny Versace, embellished dress. Sparkles were there but mermaid inspiration was her unique, own. 

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly made a red-carpet debut. Yes, they are an official couple and we are grateful they didn’t go for a matching look. Megan wore forest green, asymmetric Azzi & Osta skirt ensemble and Kelly a white pantsuit with Dsquared2 boots. 

—Tijana Ibrahimovic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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