When it comes to red carpets, more is always more. Standing out from the trail of celebrities who parade through the prelude to awards like the Latin Grammys is not easy, especially in this historic edition. The first Latin music awards gala held outside the United States, in Seville, had a prelude to match with exquisite - and much talked about - extravagances on the red carpet.
At the top of this list is the influencer and singer Mar Lucas, who for the occasion has opted for a transparent two-piece, consisting of a tulle microtop or bikini and a matching mermaid skirt.
The style is completed with the favorite accessory for this type of evening, some tulle gloves that in the case of the Spanish woman have a twist and are wrapped around her arms as if they were ribbons.
In the same vein but with a clear inspiration from Bollywood, the artist Ana del Castillo has wrapped herself in a pale pink sari that served to cover a tiny bikini with rhinestones in the same range of colors.
The volume and surreal shapes are carried in a big way. This is demonstrated by one of the night's winners, Gaby Amarantos. For her big night, the artist has opted for a design with excessive volumes on the sleeves and hips, made with a satin thread that was divided into large tentacles on the skirt.
And the American Elena Rose has also succumbed to the volumes. A Christmas-inspired design in satin maroon blurred her figure to turn it into a large bow, thanks to two large rigid pieces that protruded from her hips and a wide train adorned with ruffles.
But without a doubt the most talked about style of the night was worn by the Spanish model Nieves Álvarez. Dressed like a modern star with gothic airs, Álvarez has captured all eyes with an elaborate outfit, consisting of a long-sleeved jumpsuit in transparent tulle and a heart-shaped corseted bodysuit with rhinestones dyed in passion red.
The list of extravagances is completed by the artist