Brit Awards 2024: Leather, latex and lots of bare skin: these eight looks rocked the red carpet

Brit Awards 2024: Leather, latex and lots of bare skin: these eight looks rocked the red carpet

Girl power! Last Saturday evening the O2 Arena in London was boiling, the Brit Awards 2024 were presented and that evening power women dominated the event.

Kylie Minogue put on an eight-minute medley performance on the arena’s large stage that was impressive. The 50-year-old belted out her evergreen hits in sexy outfits and captivated the crowd so much that Ella Henderson immediately announced on Instagram that she wanted to attend the next Kylie Minogue concert.

Kylie Minogue heated up the O2 Arena at the Brit Awards

The winner of the evening was the singer Raye, who was nominated seven times and took home six Brit Awards. She beat out her competitors in the categories Best Album (“My 21st Century Blues”), Best Song (“Escapism”), Best Female Artist, Best New Artist and Best R’n’B Artist. In the run-up to the 44th awards ceremony, she had already been awarded the songwriter of the year award, becoming the first woman in the history of the awards ceremony. About three years ago, the singer said that she had been left in the dark by a major label and was not allowed to release an album at the time.

By winning six different categories, Raye dethroned major artists like Harry Styles, Adele and Blur. Previously, they held the record with four Brit Awards won in one evening.

But the looks of the women on the red carpet were also record-breaking in 2024. A trend that emerged was a latex-leather-paint tendency, black robes and transparency.

Brit Awards 2024: Progress towards inclusion

With the Female Offensive, the Brit Awards 2024 responded to previous criticism of gender representation and made remarkable progress towards inclusion. In particular, the “Artist Of The Year” award was made gender-neutral, which was a point of contention last year. The nomination list was more balanced this year, with six out of 10 artists nominated, including Raye, Jessie Ware and Dua Lipa. This change not only marks a first step towards transforming the music industry, but also honors the achievements of female and non-binary artists and sets a precedent for future awards.

Source: Stern

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