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The 10 best dressed stars from this year’s MMVAs

Last night, the Much Music Video Awards shut down traffic on Queen Street as a parade of stars (and hordes of fans) crowded in front of Much HQ. Along with the performances, awards and throngs of screaming teenage girls, there was some pretty sharp style on display. Here are some of the night’s best outfits.

Gigi Hadid

This year’s MMVAs MC, It-Model Gigi Hadid, knows a thing or two about turning heads. Exhibit A: this fiery red two-piece suit.

Gigi Hadid again

 

Exhibit B: this regal white look. Frankly, we could probably fill this whole list with Hadid’s outfits, for all the costume changes she pulled last night.

Lilly Singh

Canadian YouTube superstar, Lilly Singh (a.k.a. “Superwoman”) was creative and comfy with a sparkly mini-dress and matching sneakers.

Tegan and Sara

 

The twin Canadian rockers each took a classic, formal look and made it her own.

Hailey Baldwin

The up-and-coming model (and daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin) went for gold on the red carpet.

Shay Mitchell

 

The Angelina Effect was in full...well, effect for the Pretty Little Liars star.

Fifth Harmony

Dressing up when you’re a part of a musical troupe is a balancing act. The girls of Fifth Harmony avoided any corny matchy-matchyness.

Lucy Hale

 

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Mitchell’s Pretty Little Liars co-star showed that sometimes keeping things simple is the best way to go.

Nick Jonas

Rebranding when you’ve grown up in the House of Mouse isn’t always smooth sailing, but Nick Jonas seems to be doing just fine.

Desiigner

 

The “Panda” singer kept things on theme by sticking to black and white for his MMVA sartorial debut. He enhanced an otherwise lacklustre getup with a few key accessories.

James Bay

Black on black on black: James Bay took a cue from Johnny Cash and kept it monotone on the carpet.

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