For the first time, the Latin Grammy They left North American soil to move to Spain. Now, with the Seville Conference and Exhibition Palace as a catwalk for the biggest stars of Latin musiche glamour and the outfits They remained under the magnifying glass of those recognized designers Javier Saiach and Jorge Rey, in addition to the specialist in protocol, international diplomacy and public image Taina Laurino.
Unlike other opportunities, experts warned Infobae that it was small details that made the difference between a positive brand and a negative one. What were the small details that made the difference?
“I loved it, without a doubt it is the number oneI loved the model, it seems young and modern to me and for this rug. It’s not for an Oscar but it’s still a red carpet dress, it looks spectacular on her and she looks divine as always,” said Saiach.
“This is without a doubt one of the looks that I liked the most. This year they were generally very sporty and more urban, and this is a dress that is in the middle. It is for a type of gala like this, that the clothes are more casual. It’s very done, I love it. I don’t really understand if it’s latex or latex-like leather, but I love it and I love the look in general, it’s very good,” he highlighted. Sayah about Nicki Nicole and his time on the red carpet.
For his part, Jorge Rey stated: “For me it is a mannequin with that harness-like vinyl texture, with that super corset that it fits spectacularly. It is a typology that favors me a lot and is a trend.”
“In her case, we have a clear example of a very well thought out styling. It is not only about choosing the hairstyle, makeup and dress for the occasion, but also about choosing the right color of the dress according to your personal colorimetry. This is something that should not be overlooked when choosing the right outfit,” said Laurino.
“I like it, very played. She is seen with an ideal body and within the security of black, it seems daring and elegant to me.. I would have liked the hair to be more combed and less natural, and the mouth accentuated,” Saiach introduced about Rosalía’s look on the red carpet.
While Taina Laurino highlighted: “The Grammys are characterized by being the red carpet of creativity. Music, art and fashion merge and the French dress code allows us to observe different proposals. Rosalía, in a sheer Balenciaga dress for the occasion, plays with a sensual look without leaving the majesty of the tail and posture. The loose hair, part of her personal signature, may have been to convey freshness as does the choice of her natural and glossy makeup as is the trend.
Experts warned that only small details defined this decision. In this case, Saiach stated: “This is a look that I like, but it doesn’t kill me. I would have loved, perhaps, for the front part to be a suitable length to be able to walk, I don’t see it as a wearable dress, not even to walk on the carpet, because you see that you have to accommodate it in the front. It seems like a much more summer dress to me, but The concept is not bad, but the execution is.”
In turn, Jorge Rey analyzed Julieta Venegas’ look: “It’s a very successful color. I feel that color gradient is something that is very trendy. I like that it is like satin and that it has that broderie-type embroidery texture, which is also something very flamenco and that very romantic aesthetic. This cut is very tempting, especially because it does not mark the bust as much and creates those folds that give it a touch of elegance, and it shows that it is a very fine and fresh satin. It is a very fresh garment and the transparencies on the legs add a lot. I feel that perhaps the accessory could be what identifies her, but I would have put another accessory that is more protagonist, that has a little shine.”
“Bizarrap being faithful to the suit that always looks very good on men, but mixing a smocking with a very unique and creative shirt option. Representing the black tie but drawn on the same shirt, instead of the bow of a classic black tie gala. The cap and his glasses are part of his personal brand which reinforces in this event,” Laurino considered about the Argentine producer and artist.
And Saiach added: “It’s a correct look. I would have liked the button at the top of the strap on the white shirt to be black. The tailored fit is very good, however, the shirt would have to show through the sleeve. The cap gives him back his own look and the glasses, if he had kept them smaller, would not cover him; although perhaps that was his intention.”
Saiach analyzed the look of the Argentine singer Nathy Peluso and said: “I thought the concept was divine and the color flattered her, but so much strip distracts me. Yes, I liked the hair and the makeup.”
Meanwhile, Laurino added: “Nathy Peluso in a furious red Balenciaga, the color of passion and fire, which highlights her curves and respects the length required for this gala. However, the long hair option would have been better with all the hair back, so that instead of competing with the dress, it accompanied it.”
Under the gaze of Laurino, the Spaniard’s look was not correct, as he considered: “In the last year, we have been seeing a change in his style due to more risky choices in colors and prints, something that has accompanied with color in his hair. For this reason, we can say that a clothing choice with greater presence was expected. An outfit that perhaps for another type of more informal event could have been the right one; Likewise, heExcessively long shoes and pants, wanting to give the oversized or bag effect, are not the best for the musician.”.
“In this case based on the complete styling, it was a great choice Wearing your hair up clears your neck and face, gives you freshness and also allows your makeup to stand out, as your eyes and eyebrows are the protagonists and look great on you. In the case of María’s clothing, always on different red carpets and in different places, she has appeared with risky designs in a positive way, highlighting her creativity when it comes to using a red carpet and making a strong impression,” Laurino analyzed. .
According to Saiach, “the body is incredible, I love sandals, but it seems very summery to me. I like it, but it seems very summery, or maybe it should have been for another rug.”
Maluma and Susana Gómez
Saiach analyzed the looks of Maluma and Gómez: “I love Maluma, I think it’s very modern: now shiny tuxedos are used a lot and with the couple with that belly, they are fantastic. Her color is amazing and I think they look divine together.”
For Jorge Rey, “Karol G, with that embroidered texture and that V, that opening in the neckline and the roses, gives it that romantic touch that she has, but taken to something much more futuristic and avant-garde. She knew how to solve it very well and it is different, exotic, she clearly took risks and in these galas the important thing is to take risks.”
“I don’t like this, it seems too strange to me, the dress is not well made. I don’t understand why the glove, if it is for some particular reason, the color. “I don’t know,” said Saiach.
“She is always very correct, she is an elegant mannequin. I like the look in general, not the resolution with those shoes they call classic. That’s why I would have liked it better with a whole boot, so that everything appears as a joinsuit. But I think it’s a fun look, which takes her out of context because she’s always more formal,” Saiach analyzed.
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