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Tracee Ellis Ross Cements Herself As A Fashion Icon At The AMAs

Tracee Ellis Ross isn’t new to the fashion world, having the legendary Diana Ross as a mother and her short stint as a model is proof that she knows a thing or two in the fashion industry. However, her appearance as the host of the 2018 American Music Awards, has cemented her name as a fashion icon.

The Black-ish star hosted the award show for the second time in a row and looked stunning in 10 different outfit. To also raise awareness for diversity in the fashion industry, Ross wore only black designed outfits and even used one of her outfits to raise political awareness charging people to register to vote in a white T-Shirt designed by her and her stylist, Karla Welch.

Check out all the ICONIC looks she pulled off last night.

She started with a Pyer Moss suit designed by Kerby Jean-Raymond

Had a diva moment in this sequinned Nicolas Jebran jumpsuit and Gucci x Dapper Dan cape.

She looked elegant in a gold sequinned dress by CD Greene.

She campaigned for voters awareness in a T-shirt designed by Karla Welch in collaboration with When We All Vote paired with a voluminous red skirt by Shanel Campbell.

She looked amazing in this tulle Power gown designed by Virgil Abloh for Off White.

Who can forget the leopard bodysuit, belt, gloves and beret by Sergio Hudson?

My favourite look of the night, a flared print dress by LavieByCk.

She served legs in her sequinned suit dress by Olivier Rousteing for Balmain.

There was also this blue suit dress, earrings and brooch by Dèshon.

She closed off in this red Cushnie jumpsuit.

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