The 46th American Music Awards (AMA Awards) held on October 9 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles and one of the highlights of the show was Tracee Ellis. The black-ish star made a statement with several beautiful outfits.
If you watched the show and counted how many times Tracee Ellis changed outfits you would hit ten. The amazing fact about her outfits is that they were all made by Black Designers. In her tweet preceding the mega event she stated she would follow her trend of featuring Black Designers in all her AMA press looks.
Tracee Ellis dazed guests at the event with several outfits carefully picked out by her stylist Kara Welch and herself. If you missed the show we have brought you all her looks at the AMA Awards.
A Pyer Moss Pantsuit on the red carpet
The stunning 45 year old Tracee Ellis came on the runway with a beautiful pink pantsuit designed by Pyer Moss. She wore this along with matching red bottoms.
Bodysuit designed by Nicholas Jebran
Tracee wore this amazing spangle bodysuit designed by Nichola Jebran with matching white Air force ones. Over the bodysuit she wore a dapper Dan Gucci cape.
Gown by CD Green
Tracee Ellis wowed the audience again with this beautiful golden gown by CD Greene.
Skirt by Shanel Campbell
She made a somewhat political statement with this outfit. She wore a mix of a red skirt designed by Shanel Campbell along with a “When We All Vote” T-shirt by Karla.
Cream gown by Off-White
This was more of a polished look from the AMA host as she adorned a cream colored mesh gown designed by Off-White.
Bodysuit by Sergio Hudson
Tracee Ellis went all the way to show her wild side with this leopard print bodysuit designed by Sergio Hudson. She had matching gloves, hat and glasses took her look to a crescendo.
A CK designed Lavie
This colorful gown was simply a winner with its amazing shape and colorful pattern. It was from Lavie designed by CK.
Gown from Balmain Beauty
This double breasted gown was the second sequined outfit for the night. It looked like a suit but had a sexy slit in front showing her well-carved legs.
A delight by DESHON
This was an all blue belted suit that came with a skirt and train. It was simply marvelous as she graced the stage.
Jumpsuit by Carly Cushnie
This was her second jumpsuit for the night. Designed by Carly Cushnie, the red off-the-shoulder jumpsuit was worn by the amazing Tracee Ellis to close the show.