VMAS 2020. While we wait for things to return to the days when the stars all come out smashing us with fashion ecstasy, we shall try to enjoy the now.
This year has definitely been quite the strange one. And with the current pandemic, a lot of things have had to be done differently, with quite the drastic adjustments. Take the Video Music Awards, for instance. For the first time in history, the event didn’t feature a large crowd, and no star-packed red carpet as well. Nonetheless, the rather small A-list attendees did make fashion statements, and today we are breaking down some of the must-see looks from the affair.
The “Blinding Lights” singer stepped out in a red blazer suit, that he took a notch higher with his dramatic make up – a bruised face look, something similar to his “After Hours” album cover costume. Talk about turning every single head in the room.
The award recipient for the Push Best New Artiste, Doja Cat,chose a Versase mini refractive dress, complete with a fringed hem, and plunging neckline. The singer added her rather dramatic version of the low pony tail, to her multiple accessories. This look was absolutely haute.
Her green mini tafeeta dress was red carpet ready, and had her looking like a princess. Richie’s choice of accessories that included matching translucent green louboutins, and her spikey crown made this one of the fashion favourites of the night. So next time you consider wearing a bright green ensemble on the red carpet, consider making it playful and fun.
Never one to disappoint or go for anything ordinary with her fashion choices, Lady Gaga’s VMA red carpet look was no different. Kicking off her nine-outfit changes line up was this black dress look, layered with a metallic silver coat and platform boots. She accessorised with a clear helmet (we do have to get creative with these masks, don’t we?) and a nude makeup look. The look is said to have been made by a fashion brand label, Area.