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iHeartRadio MMVAs 2017 Best Dressed Stars

iHeartRadio MMVAs 2017 Best Dressed Stars

Last night, the 2017 iHeartRadio MuchMusic Video Awards created a sensation in Toronto. The annual awards show, which honours talent in Canadian and international music, featured a pink carpet which was illuminated by chic Hollywood style. From sexy frocks to demure tailored suiting, the ladies at the MMVAs rocked just about everything. As we reflect on the most cutting edge looks of the evening, here’s Real Style’s roundup of the best dressed stars at the MMVAs.

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Shay Mitchell

The 30-year-old Canadian actress may be best known for her role as Emily Fields on Pretty Little Liars, but she is just as recognized for her sartorial sense. Staying true to her reputation as a style icon, Mitchell arrived in a flowing ivory jumpsuit. The white August Getty one-piece ensemble featured loose trousers, a deep V-neckline and airy long sleeves. Meanwhile, sheer fabric offered a free-spirited and subtly seductive vibe. Mitchell paired her outfit with a coordinating white clutch and peep-toe heels.

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Kat Graham

While many opted for feminine frocks, 27-year-old All Eyez on Me star Kat Graham stunned in a gorgeous pantsuit. The beautiful actress stepped out in a sleek dark blazer adorned with contrasting red embellishment and paired with matching trousers. Her white lace blouse, red knotted tie and classic black pumps helped to bring her suit statement to life.  

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Iggy Azalea

As she is usually spotted showcasing her curves, Iggy Azalea’s MMVAs look certainly lived up to expectations. The 27-year-old Australian rapper arrived in a fitted pink dress which featured lacing accents. With its thigh-high slit, high neckline and form-fitting silhouette, her skintight style was an edgy take on awards show dressing.

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Camila Cabello

The 20-year-old singer has been achieving success since her debut as a solo artist and her breakaway from Fifth Harmony. Cabello, who also won an MMVA for Best New International Artist, looked like an absolute star in her asymmetrical white frock. The ruffled number was detailed with a tie-dye hem in shades of black, red and blue for a striking effect. Cabello added a pair of red ankle-strap heels, which offered her a bit of height and contrasted against her bohemian frock.