Yalitza Aparicio is bringing her fashion A-game to the Latin GRAMMY Awards. The Roma star -- who hosted the ceremony with singer Carlos Rivera and TV host Ana Brenda -- wowed on the red carpet in a stunning fuchsia look on Thursday.
Aparicio, 26, wore a striking two-piece ensemble by Helo Rocha, featuring pants and a matching top. She paired her look with Pomellato jewelry and silver platform heels by Altuzarra.
The Oscar-nominated actress said at a press conference ahead of Thursday's awards show that she was looking forward to wearing Latinx designers.
"For this occasion, I am very happy because we will get to showcase a lot of Latinx designers, which I think is very important. We have to take advantage of this moment and showcase the talent these Latinx designers have," she shared.
Aparicio already went through one costume change before the show. She shared a pic of her pre-Latin GRAMMYs look by Johanna Ortiz on Instagram.
Her Helo Rocha ensemble was just for the carpet, as Aparicio slipped into a Vitor Zerbinato dress when the show kicked off.
That was just the first of several in-show changes, as Aparicio lightened things up in Carolina Herrera and a custom headpiece by House of Lilac.
Backstage she also shined in a stunning yellow Silvia Tcherassi gown that featured a double ruffled hemline.
Her final look of the night was a bright blue mini dress designed by Jonathan Cohenthat completed her sensational night as co-host. She paired the look with silver Casadei heels and Pomellato jewelry.
The 21st annual Latin GRAMMY Awards aired on Univision on Thursday. See more on the show in the video below.