ARIA Awards 2017: The Best and The More Daring Looks From The Red Carpet

Ah, the ARIAs. The Australian Music Industry’s night of nights. Also the time of the year where we see anything and everything on the red carpet; because us Aussies love nothing more than to take our fashion appreciation to the next level (and straight out of the stratosphere).

While we saw some absolute knock-out looks (we’re looking at you, WW Ambassador Lillian Khallouf), there were a few fashion choices that had us saying, “Oh…interesting.”

But what’s fashion if it isn’t about pushing the boundaries, right?

Carissa Walford

We can’t say enough about this look from one of our favourite designers, Lillian Khallouf. Dare we say, we’re green with envy?

Jules Sebastian

Lillian continued to lead the fashion stakes with this silvery-grey number on sweetheart Jules Sebastian.

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What a night at the @aria_official last night. So happy for everyone who won-so deserved! Dress @lillian_khallouf Bag – @theupstyler #mcqueen Earrings – @theupstyler #saintlaurent Jewels – @houseofkdor Hair – @jaydehairstylist MU – @brookelowmakeup Styling – @cmstylists Tan – @fauxglowspraytanning

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Sophie Monk

Sophie channelled her inner Barbie doll in this hot pink outfit by Mariam Seddiq.

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Amy Shark

Breakthrough Artist winner Amy Shark looked sleek in a black dress.

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I’m in a dress at the 2017 Aria Awards!!

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Havana Brown

DJ Havana Brown lit up the red carpet in this metallic Balmain dress.

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Jessica Mauboy

Jessica Mauboy went for a conservative yet sultry look with this black and white number.

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Alli Simpson

Alli Simpson’s all-pink look was one of the more interesting looks of the night.

Samantha Jade

Silver siren – Samantha Jade looks amazing in Pallas Couture.

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Olympia Valance

Even though she forgot the name of her dress designer, Olympia Valance still looked great in this interesting black gown.

Sylvia Jeffreys

Sylvia Jeffreys brought a touch of glamour to the red carpet in Alice McCall.

Christian Wilkins and Andrew Kelly

The son of Richard Wilkins had heads turning in this unconventional look.

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Virginia Burmeister

Virginia Burmeister chose a startegically-designed floral number.

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Cartia Mallan

Model Cartia Mallan brightened up the carpet with this yellow two-piece.

Tkay Maidza

Tkay Maidza killing it in a boldly-printed pant suit.

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Sonia Kruger

Sonia Kruger looked sleek in this pink suit from Daniel Avakian.

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Erin Holland

Erin Holland rocked a Little Black Dress by Balmain.

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Ready to step out onto the @aria_official #RedCarpet in @balmain X @giuseppezanottidesign #styledby @donnygalella 🖤 #balmainarmy #ariaawards #thestarsydney #destinationnsw #arias2017

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Ash London

Ash London showed off her quirkiness in an ASOS dress that her mum chopped off.

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