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Gigi Hadid hit the stage Sunday evening, co-hosting the American Music Awards with Jay Pharoah. Of course, a big night means several sartorial options. Styled by Monica Rose, the supermodel brought her fashion A-game in designs by Roberto Cavalli, Atelier Versace and Julien Macdonald.
Here’s a look at what Hadid wore on the red carpet and on stage.
The catwalker worked the step-and-repeat in an off-the-shoulder Roberto Cavalli gown from Peter Dundas‘ last collection before he departed the fashion house in October. She punched up the boho gown with a bright rose lip and slicked back ‘do, a popular hairstyle for the evening.
Kicking off the show with a Melania Trump impression, Hadid wore a cut-out Atelier Versace gown with Swarovski crystal accents and an asymmetrical hemline.
She then changed into a Western-inspired white embellished blazer with metal tassels and matching shorts from Julien Macdonald’s spring 2017 collection. Hadid opted for one of the UK designer’s sexy creations earlier this year in a see-through jumpsuit at a Sports Illustrated event.
The runway rock star later switched into a nude, reptile-like pleather dress that showed off her fit figure. After boyfriend Zayn won new artist of the year, she was seen giving him a kiss backstage while wearing the hip-hugging custom look by Macdonald.
Afterwards, Hadid opted for a long-sleeve, textured turtleneck gown with a center cut-out and middle thigh-high slit, designed by Lebanese designer Nicolas Jebran.
Hadid closed out the show with a bang in a sparkly, see-through Atelier Versace jumpsuit with a matching bra top and briefs.
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