Sunday, 12 March 2017
Fashion Deets: The 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards with Zendaya in Daya by Zendaya, Mariah Carey in Adidas, Skai Jackson in The 2nd Skin Co., and More!
The 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards went down last night and it was without a doubt one of the most feel good events I’ve ever seen! Our favorite celebrities celebrated the fun night with their adorable children.
Check out everyone who was in attendance!
Zendaya slipped on an affordable $38 Satin Slip Dress from her own Daya by Zendaya line, with Le Silla suede boots. She’s always flawless!
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon matched with their cute kids! The icon flaunted her curves in an Adidas, track suit-inspired mini dress.
Skai Jackson couldn’t be missed in a one-shoulder printed The 2nd Skin Co. dress. I live for her style!
Big Sean was the best uncle ever, in PUMA with his nieces and nephews. So darling!
Chloe x Halle made quite the statement in printed Firma Polite looks. These girls just get it.
Gwen Stefani showcased her toned gams in silver metallic Wanda Inylon shorts, black fishnet tights, black thigh-high Casadei boots, and a colorful, embroidered shirt from Libertine. Hot!
Blac Chyna was in attendance with adorable son Cairo. She uplifted a simple, white button-front shirt and denim with yellow Christian Louboutin booties. She’s never looked better.
Heidi Klum looked every bit the supermodel in a cutout illusion gown with a thigh-high slit from Versace.
Demi Lovato was a breath of fresh Spring air in a cutout and slit Halston Heritage jumpsuit. I definitely want this piece for the warm days ahead.
The Little Mix ladies were on-trend in figure-accentuating ensembles.
So many cute kids in one building! Jordana Brewster had her delightful son in tow. Her printed frock was perfection.
And another one! DJ Khaled brought his gorgeous family along. Loving his wife and son’s Gucci separates!
It was also a family affair for Lamar Odom. Such beautiful children.
Kevin Hart kept it casual with his adorable tots.
Becky G was a vision in all-white.
Thoughts on the night’s ensembles?