Carrie Underwood’s Iris van Herpen Costume on the Latin AMAs

Carrie Underwood's Iris van Herpen Dress at the Latin AMAs

Carrie Underwood was a strolling murals on the 2021 Latin American Music Awards. The singer, who carried out “Tears of Gold” with David Bisbal on the award present on Thursday, wore what is probably going considered one of her most daring purple carpet seems to be so far: a fragile robe resembling a monarch butterfly by Iris van Herpen. The costume is a particular departure from the princess ball robes and beaded minidresses Carrie usually gravitates towards.

The Dutch designer is understood for her superior strategies and early adoption of 3D printing as a technique of development. She notably interned at Alexander McQueen earlier than launching her personal label in 2007. Carrie let the clever costume have the highlight by maintaining her equipment easy, carrying black sandals, gold hoop earrings, and a gold bracelet. Take a more in-depth take a look at the adventurous outfit forward.


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