It’s very rare we ever get to see an event filled with a wonderful array of different types of style, whether it be classy to casual, there MTV EMA’s had just about everything. Beside the streetwear scene that happens during Fashion Week, nothing has a higher concentration of menswear trend than an MTV red carpet.
At the 2017 MTV EMA’s, artists brought out all of the decade’s most defining styles whether you hate them or love them. Some of the best outfits even came from some unlikely well-dressed celebrities
The embellished and distressed trend was still running wild at the red carpet. The look seems to be an ongoing style that comes with the personality of a rapper, famous soccer player, or even an internet “personality”. This style was spotted on the likes of Houston rapper Travis Scott, Swae Lee from Rae Sremmurd, and Famous Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli. Although this trend is showing no signs of slowing down, one can question the point in a shirt filled with multiple holes.
In 2017, it seems like more and more people are bringing the track suit trend back. Thus, making the red carpet no exception to exclude the trend. But on the red carpet the cozy suit came in bold colors and fabrics that practically caught everyone’s attention. Those on the red carpet sporting this look were famous actor Jared Leto and British rapper Stormzy.
Skinny jeans are miraculously still a trend in 2017. The skinny jean trend used to famously belong only to boy band or just celebrities with a questionable fashion sense. But for the most part skinny jeans can be played off with a nice jacket. The red carpet had different jackets from satin bombers to leather trench coats. Celebrities with this trend spotted on the red carpet were famous producer David Guetta, former One Direction member turned solo artist Liam Payne, and James Bay.
Night owl suits are back and better than ever. Today’s generation of young celebrities don’t ever wear suits as much as older generations before them but when they do, they tend to go all out. Today’s young famous guys are all about the fashion tailoring. Specifically, flashy, nightclub suiting that shouldn’t belong in the office space. The celebrities rocking this look were Shawn Mendes, John Grimes and Edward Grimes of Jedward, and the full band of The Vamps.