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    Top 10 Red Carpet Looks at the 2021 VMAs

    The MTV Music Video Awards is a ceremony where celebrities take fashion risks to new heights on the red carpet. From Lil Kim’s iconic purple dress in 1999 to Lady Gaga’s meat dress in 2010, the VMA’s is a space where iconic looks are made. This year was only a bit different, with many celebs looking gorg but only a few pushing boundaries.

    Here are Hypefresh’s favorite looks from this year’s VMA’s. Let us know which one you think has the potential to be iconic.

    1.   Lil Nas X

    The rap artist is floating across the red carpet, wearing a lilac Atelier Versace pantsuit matched with an off-the-shoulder bedazzled jacket.
    Lil Nas X

    2.  Camilla Cabello

    The Cinderella actress wore a pink and red gown accented with a satin bow by Alexis Mabille Couture
    Camilla Cabello

    3. Leslie Grace

    The In the Heights actress looked stunning in a silver Oscar de la Renta gown.
    Leslie Grace

    4.  Ciara

    Wearing a lace fitted asymmetrical gown by Tom Ford, the songstress was slaying the red carpet.

    5. Saint John

    The Grammy award-winning producer wore a light pink co-ord designed by Chanel

    6. Olivia Rodrigo

    The “Driver’s License” singer wore a coral Atelier Versace gown wrapped in a magenta tulle.
    Olivia Rodrigo

    7. Avril Lavigne

    The musician showed off her abs in a pink and black plaid suit accessorized with a sequenced bra.
    Avril Lavigne

    8. Halle Bailey

    The singer wore a risque white Mônot gown.
    Halle Bailey

    9. Billy Porter

    The fashion trailblazer and Cinderella star looks fierce in a metallic silver suit
    Billy Porter

    10. Normani

    The singer and performer wore a white two-piece by Patrycja Pagas.
    This year the VMA’s took place in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center for its 40th Anniversary and kicked off the icon who hosted this first VMA’s in 1984, Madonna. Performing the classic song“Like a Virgin,” which still ranks as one of the most scandalous in the award show’s history, the fashion rebel proves that some risks have become historic.

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