Some of the best celebrity style moments we get to see are often set on award show red carpets where actors and artists get to dress to the nines, and the iHeartRadio Music Awards isn’t just a stage where we can celebrate music, but also the immaculate fashion donned on our favourite stars.
This music award show is a fun event where we get to admire cool and edgy looks that are capable of setting trends and being placed in the halls of unforgettable red carpet outfits. Here are some of our favourite ones from the iHeartRadio Music Awards’ 7 year history.
Doja Cat is known for sporting risque and more interesting award show looks, and her outfit for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards was no different. The rapper and singer wore an absolutely stunning full-length sheer green gown by Brandon Maxwell that flowed beautifully as she twirled for the cameras.
Fashion icon Zendaya has always showed up on the red carpet in nothing but the best, and in 2015 she sported this fun and colourful minidress from Fausto Puglisi that featured a green and pink cutout top that connected to a multicolour skirt. She topped off the look with an equally bright pair of pink heels.
Lil Nas X has been rocking some of the most memorable menswear on the red carpet for the past couple of years, and he didn’t let up with this iridescent outfit at the 2021 show.
The rapper forewent wearing a shirt with the oversized blazer and opted for silver earrings, white boots, and a matching white Telfar bag to pull the look together.
Bebe Rexha‘s 2016 look was sleek and understated. The two-piece set featured a long-sleeved crop top with exaggerated shoulders and midi-length fitted skirt finished off with strappy black heels and gold accessories.
Red carpets are full of some of the best and most creative outfits we can take inspiration from. The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a fantastic place to spot edgy and creative looks that we don’t get to see on other red carpets. From bright colours to unique silhouettes, we’re excited to see what other ensembles will be put together at the next show.