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Tracee Ellis Ross did it for the culture at the 2018 American Music Awards. She decided to wear all black designers throughout the entire show.
— Tracee Ellis Ross (@TraceeEllisRoss) October 9, 2018
Via Page Six, “First, she walked the red carpet in a pink suit by Pyer Moss accessorized with a Jacob & Co. choker, heels by Christian Louboutin and earrings by Mattia Cielo and Djula Jewelry.” For the opening number, Tracee wore a custom cape by Dapper Don for Gucci over a black sequined Nicolas Jebran bodysuit, swapping out the skintight number for a glittering gold sequined CD Greene gown.
Later on, in the show Tracee changed into her political outfit wearing a shirt with the words, “I am a voter” created by her stylist Karla Welch in collaboration with When We All Vote. She also paired this look with a cherry-red Shanel Campbell skirt and Amina Jillil shoes.
Tracee bodied her outfits throughout the whole show including the red carpet. She did it all for the culture!
Source: Page Six
Written By: Fantasia Harvey