Last night the nineteenth gala of the Latin Grammys took place. A date in which different personalities from the national and international music scene met and among them the one who is undoubtedly the artist of the year: Rosalía.
The Catalan opted for five awards: Song of the Year, Recording of the Year, Alternative Song, Short Version Music Video and Fusion/Urban Interpretation, of which she ended up winning two: those in the categories Alternative Song and Fusion/Urban Interpretation. This is even more impressive if we take into account that Rosalía was nominated for only one song, Malamente, since both her other single, Pienso en tu mirá, and her album, El mal Querer, were released outside of the awards announcement.
Rosalia is in fashion. Beyond his music, which has managed to conquer the top positions on different music charts, his style has also become a reference for the public, from creating a clothing line for Pull & Bear to not leaving anyone indifferent last night with his four styling changes. We review them all:
The first (and perhaps the most impressive) was the Yolancris dress that Rosalía wore on the red carpet. In pink, with great volume contrasts, with a large asymmetric train of tulle and ruffles. The singer combined it with silver glitter slingback heels. A dress that also had an opening in the back
This look reminds us, however, of one of the most famous ones worn by the influencer Chiara Ferragni, signed by Giambattista Valli.
Another of the night's designs was the two-piece with which the artist picked up one of the awards. Composed of a caftan with a pronounced V-neckline and flared pants, with a tropical print and covered in sequins.
For her performance, Rosalía once again opted for Palomo Spain, with a white design made up of a body with jewel and feather appliqués. She combined it with Gucci's jewel sneakers in a white version.
Finally, the artist appeared with a colorful Versace design to meet the press. The dress, in five different colors, some asymmetries and fringes, reminds us of the designs made for Latin dances, which Rosalía masterfully combined with discreet black thin-strap heels.