Debi Novas’ dress was exquisite. There was so much intricate detail involved, but the simple column silhouette, and subdued hair and makeup, and absence of accessories keep the look from going into too much territory.
As usual, Chiquinquira Delgado is pure perfection. The dress has just enough detail and shine, without going overboard (some other dresses weren’t so lucky), and the fit was flawless.
Ana de Armas
The Latin Grammys, as does the Grammys, allows for funkier, less dressy looks. Ana de Armas’ fun and flirty short dress was a nice change-up from the parade of floor-length gowns. It read young, fashionable, and different.
Although we have seen a ton of fitted dresses on red carpets lately with sparkly, geometric designs, this one was effortless, while still being glam, so why not? Paula Galindo sparkled, and kept the look from being too severe by sporting soft waves.
Sara Uribe in Jorge Duque
Different, when done well, is refreshing. This dress, worn by Sara Uribe, had a fun detail that made it stand apart from other strapless white dresses from red carpets past. The rest of the dress is sleek and simple, keeping the look from veering into ice skater territory.
There’s a whimsical quality to this gown that makes it look likes she’s floating. Chances are she is with her first Latin Grammy nomination as a solo artist.