Best Dressed List: 2017 Video Music Awards

I decided to forego the VMA’s this year for the Game of Thrones season seven finale. I wasn’t about to miss out on ice dragons and badassery for petty celebrity drama and Katy Perry. This turned out to be a solid decision. As I recapped the event thoroughly the next morning, I wasn’t overwhelmed by the fashion or the show itself. Though, I can report that I was fascinated by Taylor Swift’s new music video for “Look What You Made Me Do,” though I think the song itself is just average. The video is full of hidden nuances that make it so fun to watch. Another highlight was Miley Cyrus’s “Younger Now” performance. She’s really coming into her own. Her new rockabilly look has me reminiscing about the good old days of “Hannah Montana.” I’ll be honest—she almost made the list this year. Almost. Keep it up, Cyrus!

1. Lorde in Monique Lhuillier

2. Millie Bobby Brown in Rodarte Spring 2017 and Stuart Weitzman shoes

3. Vanessa Hudgens in Yanina Couture

4. Hailee Steinfeld in Atelier Versace Fall 2017 and Tiffany & Co. jewelry

5. Yara Shahidi in Zimmermann

6. Paris Jackson in Christian Dior Cruise 2018 and a Stephen Webster ring

7. Hailey Baldwin in Zuhair Murad Haute Couture Fall 2017 and Jennifer Fisher earrings

8. Olivia Munn in Nicolas Jebran

Feature image courtesy of Getty Images
Best Dressed lists are compiled with consideration for both fashion and beauty and are not capped at any number. Longer events with multiple looks on the same celeb are compiled in descending order, beginning with the event’s best look. The more looks a celeb has on the list, the higher he or she moves in number.
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