Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards Red Carpet Roundup

More starlets were also in attendance for the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA.

Maddie Ziegler: The ‘Dance Moms’ starlet perhaps paid homage to her dancing background with the mini pom-poms on her Kate Spade New York ‘Pom Sweater.’ Her on-trend wide-leg trousers and mahogany L.K. Bennett heels showed a mature command of style despite her 14 years of age.

Noah Cyrus: Taking after sister Miley Cyrus, Noah made a style statement in her Girl Power tee paired with a velvety MSGM skirt. That was all fine and dandy, but the fuchsia sandals were lost on me as the colour made no sense at all.

Miranda Cosgrove: Miranda’s heavy black Prada heels also commanded a bit too much attention in her ensemble that featured a brightly hued Marc Jacobs dress with an Asian-inspired floral motif.

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Zoe Saldana In Dolce & Gabbana – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Zoe Saldana made a quick appearance on-stage at the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA to premiere a new ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ clip.

Everything was coming up roses for the actress who opted for a Dolce & Gabbana ruched frock that was romanced by all-over blooms.

Gienia earrings and a sleek ponytail completed her hyper-feminine look that heralded in thoughts of spring.

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Gwen Stefani In Libertine & Jeremy Scott – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Gwen Stefani always brings sassy exuberance with her style, and at the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA , she showed off her playful side in spades.

First look: For the orange carpet, Gwennie played with patchwork in a Libertine Spring 2017 ensemble consisting of a decoratively embroidered blouse and a sliver of added flashiness in metallic hot-pants. Fishnets and over-the-knee boots delivered more rock-star edge while her fuchsia-pink lip provided a feminine, flirty finish.

Second look: Clearly inspired by the infamous green slime machine at the Kids’ Choice Awards, she changed into a Jeremy Scott Spring 2017 midriff top and skirt that couldn’t have been more well-suited to the event. She even dip-dyed the ends of her sleekly twisted ponytail into a matching neon-green colour.

I just couldn’t help but love the poppy cleverness of her Jeremy Scott look, which actually translated adorably on her. What about you?

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Zendaya In Daya by Zendaya – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Orange was definitely the colour of the night, with Zendaya also rocking her own version of the hue at the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA.

Debuting a look from her own collection, she posed in a burnt-amber Daya by Zendaya slip dress paired with tall charcoal boots.

Of course, she never does things by halves, so plenty of glam embellishment—some might say too much for this dress and boots—was delivered via a Dana Rebecca Designs choker, EF Collection trio necklace, and Established Jewelry ear cuff.

With her eye makeup beautifully echoing the colour of the dress, what do you make of this signature look from Zendaya?

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Laura Marano In Marc Jacobs – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Laura Marano was also at the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA.

Her Marc Jacobs Spring 2017 ensemble ventured toward a sleeker side of rebellious punk.

The dark, moodiness of the paisley-print blazer and blouse was set off by the funky fun of the patchwork and zippered trousers for a strange pairing that actually worked.

Her doll-face makeup did fall on the heavier side, especially for someone so young, with her exaggerated eyeliner, blushed cheeks, and matte red lip.

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Chloe Bailey & Halle Bailey In Polite – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Sister act Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey attended the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA.

The young starlets generally create a sense of matching harmony with their looks, and this time out was no different.

While Chloe wore an ensemble from the Polite Spring 2016 collection and Halle’s hailed from Spring 2017, there was still plenty of synchronization among the two; the common threads being the shades of green and plenty of graphically punchy attitude.

I did like the modifications made to Chloe’s look, as the short sleeve top and side-oriented train provided a lighter, more youthful touch than the original presentation. Halle, meanwhile, made her top into a long-sleeve endeavor with polka dots and frill echoing the ruffles of her skirt.

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Demi Lovato In Halston Heritage – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Also channeling a vibrant ode to orange, Demi Lovato was at the 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA.

Her Halston Heritage Spring 2017 look saw her return to better style ground after a bit of a metallic overload at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

I love a good jumpsuit, but sometimes they can become a bit one-note. Not here, with the new silhouette of this flowy halter version that could easily pass for a gown.

Plus, its hot coral hue was lovely on Demi. It managed to shine through even after she was hit with the dreaded neon-green slime on stage.

Halston Heritage flowy georgette jumpsuit

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Heidi Klum In Atelier Versace – Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards

Heidi Klum may have been inspired by the orange hue of Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 11) in LA.

But her version of the colour was of a hyper-sophisticated sort, manifested in a power gown from the Atelier Versace Spring 2016 collection.

Despite the ubiquity of cutouts and thigh-high slits, especially in a Heidi look, this entrance was compellingly fresh.

I credit that to the bold geometric lines and colour-blocking that provided a fascinating template, walking the right line between sophisticated and suggestive.

Versace’s particular brand of high-octane glamour is never lost on the supermodel and TV personality—and this look fired on all cylinders.

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