Carrie Underwood was a walking work of art at the 2021 Latin American Music Awards. The singer, who performed "Tears of Gold" with David Bisbal at the award show on Thursday, wore what is likely one of her most daring red carpet looks to date: a delicate gown resembling a monarch butterfly by Iris van Herpen. The dress is a definite departure from the princess ball gowns and beaded minidresses Carrie typically gravitates toward.
The Dutch fashion designer is known for her advanced techniques and early adoption of 3D printing as a method of construction. She notably interned at Alexander McQueen before launching her own label in 2007. Carrie let the artful dress have the spotlight by keeping her accessories simple, wearing black sandals, gold hoop earrings, and a gold bracelet. Take a closer look at the adventurous outfit ahead.