Christian Siriano Is the Mastermind Behind Lizzo's Powerful BBMAs Dress

Christian Siriano Is the Mastermind Behind Lizzo's Powerful BBMAs Dress

The Project Runway designer created a custom piece for the "Truth Hurts" singer that offered an important reminder to us all. 

Christian Siriano Lizzo Vote Dress

Lizzo was looking good as hell at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, and she had some help from a trailblazing designer and mentor of Bravo's Project Runway

Christian Siriano was the talented artist behind Lizzo's incredible award show ensemble that undoubtedly stole the show. The "Truth Hurts" songstress, who nabbed Billboard's Top Song Sales Artist Award, donned a custom piece that offered an important reminder to us all: vote.

The black and white minidress emblazoned with the word "vote" was also detailed with a puff sleeve and an asymmetrical neckline, and it fabulously hugged the singer's curves. Lizzo paired the statement-making dress with a diamond chainlink bracelet, matching silver earrings, and sexy, strappy stilettos. 

"An honor to create for this unbelievable and beautiful women tonight. LIZZO you are an inspiration," Christian shared on Instagram

Christian Siriano Lizzo Vote Dress 1


Lizzo kept her powerful message going with her beauty look as well. She accented her ensemble with long black coffin-shaped nails that featured the word "vote" in white letters by nail artist Eri Ishizu. Ishizu used OPI GelColor in Black Onyx and Apline Snow to create the captivating manicure. Lizzo sported sun-kissed, bronze-y glam by makeup artist Alexx Mayo featuring Becca Cosmetics products. To achieve her radiant complexion, Mayo prepped her skin with Glow Recipe's Watermelon Glow Ultra-Fine Mist, Pineapple-C Bright Serum, and Banana Soufflé Moisture Cream. She topped off her look with a luxe ponytail by celebrity hairstylist Shelby Swain, created with the GHD Curve Soft Curl Iron. 

"I just want to say, I've been thinking a lot about suppression and the voices that refused to be suppressed," Lizzo shared during her acceptance speech. "I wonder, would I be standing here right now if it weren't for the big Black women who refused to have their voices be suppressed?"

She added, "Let me tell you all something. When people try to suppress something, it's normally because that thing holds power. They're afraid of your power. There's power in who you are. There's power in your voice. So whether it's through music, protests, or your right to vote, use your power, use your voice and refuse to be suppressed."

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