This Mary Katrantzou romper-unitard hybrid (worn with burgundy Elie Saab booties) certainly shows off the amazing legs and pert backside. We wonder if she was inspired by the dancers on the the set of her new music video? Or perhaps some outfits from BFF Lena Dunham’s show Girls?
That the would find a unique way to show off her cleavage was a given. That she’d do it in an afghan she stole from her grandma’s couch: less expected. She jazzes it up with lots of beading and sexy shoes.
Did we just get in a time machine and travel back to 2001? Because is back in her sparkly, complicatedly cut-out gunmetal gown, featuring a crazy-high slit (plus silver accessories by Thalé Blanc and Jimmy Choo).
We expected her signature half-up hairstyle, but we didn t expect all this leather. The nominee wears a black hardware-embellished Moschino mini, over-the-knee boots and a wine lip for an outfit that would make 1989 Madonna very proud.
It’s great to see the No Doubt frontwoman back at the VMAs wearing something other than a bikini top. She selects a coordinating hot-pink pantsuit (by her own line, L.A.M.B.), Christian Louboutins and an Ariana Grande-esque hairstyle for her return.
When walking one of the most skin-baring red carpets of the year, one way to set yourself apart is to go completely covered-up. Chloë does just that in a red embellished top and pink slacks (both Louis Vuitton) and her favorite Stuart Weitzman sandals.
It’s a guarantee at an event like the VMAs that someone will wear a blazer without a bra. This year, it’s Queen Bey’s little sis, who whips out the fashion tape (and teases her hair to the nth degree) to add extra glam to her embellished black H&M suit.
The Vampire Diaries star still can surprise us on the red carpet, leaving behind her preferred crop tops and teeny shorts for a black-and-red Zuhair Murad gown featuring a belt that could have been borrowed from the Game of Thrones costume closet.
In one of many crop tops on the red carpet, the Pretty Little Liars star stays right on trend in a black Sachin & Babi leather halter and coordinating studded high-waisted Zimmermann skirt, teamed with metallic Stuart Weitzman sandals and statement Graziela Gems danglers.
“This is such a moment,” is the exact sentence one editor said to another after seeing the Modern Family star in this asymmetrical backless navy Kaufmanfranco design featuring a slash cutout at the stomach. She accessorizes with Lorraine Schwartz arm jewelry and a bordeaux pout.
She ditched the blue hair for her rainbow roots, but surprisingly that’s the boldest move the singer made at the VMAs; she kept the rest of her look classic in a blush beaded Johanna Johnson gown that shows off a hint of her décolletage.
The singer arrives with a … wait for it … “Bang Bang” (sorry) in a surprisingly understated (for her) plunging lime green Vintage Halston gown. But the most surprising part of her look: Her natural makeup, a complete 180º from what we’re used to seeing on the star.
No doubt Amber is aiming for a Rose McGowan moment in this beaded skin-baring flapper number – but we’re left wondering if it’s possible to one-up that majorly memorable moment no matter how hard you try.