5 People You May Have Missed on the AMAs Red Carpet

Leon Bridges
Photo: Frazer Harrison/AMA2015

Unlike other buttoned-up awards shows, you can always count on the red carpet looks at the American Music Awards to shock and entertain. And while we did compile our own list of favorites among the night's heavy hitters, there were a few newcomers that we feel didn't get their fair share of attention. (Two hours for a pre-show is simply not long enough.) Below, five artists we're super excited about right now that also brought it sartorially, ICYMI.

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TOVE LO

TOVE LO
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The Swedish singer turned heads in a lattice work creation by Sweden-based designer Lamija Suljevic, known for her futuristic craftsmanship, and topped it off with a Pamela Love ring. "It's my naked dress," she joked.

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CHARLIE PUTH

CHARLIE PUTH
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Before joining Meghan Trainor on stage for a joint performance of "Marvin Gaye" (and one lengthy makeout sesh), Puth hit the red carpet in a pink suit.

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KELSEA BALLERINI

KELSEA BALLERINI
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Forgoing the typical dress, the country songstress opted for a daring bellbottom pantsuit by Michael Costello.

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KAT GRAHAM

KAT GRAHAM
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The Vampire Diaries star and budding R&B artist looked like an angel that descended from heaven in a white strapless dress with colored stripes by Lebanese haute couture designer Georges Chakra.

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Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges
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While he usually favors retro pieces from the '50s and '60s—high-waist pants and starched collars—Bridges kept his look classic with a black tux and tie accented with a jeweled brooch.

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