StyleWatch: Red Carpet Style!

The carpet may have been all colors, but the ladies were white hot for the weekend’s awards celebrations! There was no shortage of color, skin ans sexy in this week’s lineup, check out the looks below:

BLF fave Dascha Polanco rocked the Heineken-sponsored green-carpet with this red-hot number at the Latin Grammy’s!

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Abandoning her grey locs for a more classic style, Polanco let her curves be the star in this simple silhouette with minimal makeup and jewelry.

Model Mauza Antonio brought a well-needed pop of color to the carpet with her leggy ensemble:

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This is normally not my favorite color but she rocked it! The peek-a-boo slits keep it sexy without being pageant-y. Love!

And *literally* bringing up the rear on the green carpet was Rocsi Diaz!

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I absolutely cannot say enough about how enamored I was with this dress! It allows me to forgive her for this next misstep…

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..later this week at the AMA’s. I’m not quite sure what she was going for here. It’s a bit too youthful, I would have liked it more on Zendaya or Ariana Grande.

On the other hand, Garcelle Beauvais shows the ladies how to keep it grown and sexy.

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I have no idea why she is attending but I sure am glad she did! SPEAKING of grown and sexy..

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Jennifer Lopez is 44.

J-Lo. Is. Forty. FOUR.

**pops in Tracy Anderson DVD**

How about you? What were your favorite looks on the red carpet this week?

 

The Passing of a Legend; Oscar de la Renta

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The fashion industry and Latinos across several continents are mourning the end of an era as fashion icon Oscar de la Renta has passed away at age 82.

A staple on the red carpet and Oval Office, Oscar was known best for his ability to bring out the best in professional women with his strong-yet flatteringly feminine designs. Having just recently celebrated his 50th anniversary as a designer, de la Renta leaves behind a powerful legacy of versatility, innovation and an unparalleled celebration of the feminine form.

Oscar is survived by his wife, Annette Engelhard, and adopted son, Moises de la Renta.