There were many more beauties at the 2019 Goya Awards on Saturday (February 2) in Seville, Spain.
Macarena Gómez: While the embroidery of this Teresa Helbig gown was striking, what really made the look stand out was the addition of the hooded piece for a dramatic, directional ‘little white riding hood’ finish.
Aura Garrido: Glitz — and gams — defined this typically sexy Roberto Cavalli gown that Aura rocked so well. I like how her modern pixie cut and minimal accessories made the look’s sexiness seem effortless.
Natalia de Molina: This Michael Kors dress wasn’t necessarily groundbreaking, but the sizzling crispness of it all in combination with her flame-red hair was impactful.
Manuela Velles: I love the peek-a-boo lace on this Dsquared2 column gown for just a hint of classic allure.
Amaia Romero: I can’t say I loved this Paco Rabanne Spring 2019 design on principle, as I found the central slit and surrounding print a bit awkward.
Najwa Nimri: This Gucci Resort 2019 mega-embellished ensemble was made for a magpie. My feeling is that the oversized jacket was overwhelming on Najwa when worn in combination with the flashy flapper dress. The necklace was absolutely not necessary.
Anna Castillo: Sassy in red, Anna sported her midriff in this minimalist Jorge Acuña design that seemed better geared to the Grammys rather than the Goya Awards.
Maria Pedraza: Joining the ruffled looks of the night, Maria’s Dolce & Gabbana black gown maintained a sleek silhouette — despite the explosion of tulle — thanks to her topknot and barely-there jewels.