Best fashion on the red carpet at ‘People’s Choice Awards’
The People’s Choice Awards may serve to celebrate the year’s achievements in film, TV and music, yet there was additionally bounty occurring in the style stakes Sunday evening.
Notwithstanding the typical excitement of honorary pathway, a Fashion Icon Award was granted for just the second year. What’s more, with 2019’s winner, Gwen Stefani, declared ahead of time, everyone’s eyes were on the vocalist as the stars landed at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica.
Exactly as expected, Stefani turned up in sensational style in a white Vera Wang dress with a gigantic, unsettled train perusing “Fashion Icon.” She matched the outfit with thigh-high boots and long dark gloves, before presenting on honorary pathway with accomplice and individual “The Voice” judge Blake Shelton.
Fittingly, her honor was exhibited by fashion design Jeremy Scott, who himself appeared to be out to create an impression. In what was maybe the night’s boldest outfit, Moschino’s imaginative chief wore an open jacket, uncovering calfskin ties over his chest, that he coordinated with a plush red cape (but more cowhide lashes crawling up the legs of his pinstripe pants).
Somewhere else, honorary pathway’s male stars to a great extent selected exemplary fitting, however not without a hearty dose of color – from “Riverdale” on-screen character KJ Apa’s bringing pink suit to “Vanderpump Rules” star James Kennedy’s mustard coat. However, the absolute most attractive suits and coats were worn by the night’s female power-dressers, with Kourtney Kardashian, Pink, Victoria Park, Erika Jayne and Candice Patton all putting their own spin on the blazer.
There were additionally a lot of uncovered shoulders in plain view. “Euphoria” star Zendaya proceeded with her run of structure on honorary pathway in a dark one-carried Christopher Esber outfit, while on-screen character Joey King and Canadian vocalist Alessia Cara both dazzled in strapless numbers.
Be that as it may, on what was a generally unadventurous night for design, it fell to Zendaya’s co-star, Storm Reid, to set web-based social networking land. The 16-year-old on-screen character captured everyone’s attention in a sculptural electric blue dress by Dutch designer Iris van Herpen.