Award shows have felt particularly strange this year, whether they were held in 6+ locations or via Zoom entirely, but one element that seems to bring it all together is the still-incredible red carpet looks music industry stars step out in. Dolce & Gabbana made several appearances, as did local designer, Johnathan Kayne. Below we’ve broken down a few of the best looks that graced the carpet for this year’s CMA Awards.
SHINING IN SEQUINS
Sequins and sparkles were on many stylists’ radars for this year’s CMA’s, and no one is complaining. 2020 could use a little extra glimmer!
There’s something about a man in a suit, and all these men showed up sporting one in their own way.
These ladies and gents seemed to float across the carpet with their timeless and incredibly elegant looks.
A FRESH TAKE ON THE LBD
These little black numbers are anything but boring, and not one of them is actually a little black dress. The CMA red carpet saw quite a few stunning jumpsuits this year.
STARS OF THE SHOW
These are the looks TNE felt deserved CMA awards of their own; they speak for themselves.