Miley, Naya and Nelly (!) All Have a Leather Moment at the Teen Choice Awards

08/12/2013 at 01:02 PM ET

Miley Cyrus Teen Choice Awards StyleCourtesy PictureGroup; Getty (2)

It’s not as if we didn’t expect leather to be a big thing on the show’s red carpet Sunday night. It’s just that we even with a crystal ball, we never could have predicted the second-skin material would appear in such, how do we put this, interesting forms: a skirt made of belts, drop-crotch capri pants and a pair of men’s quilted basketball shorts.

Miley Cyrus led the leather-clad pack (and kept up her unofficial campaign for the role of Anastasia Steele) in a black bra, see-through topper and a dominatrix-compliant buckled mini, all Saint Laurent.

“To be a trendsetter, you have to have an amazing group of people to follow your trends. I encourage you guys to always be different. That’s what fashion is all about,” the singer said as she paraded her sexy ensemble on stage during her acceptance speech for the Candie’s Fashion Trendsetter award.

We didn’t need to see her with an award to know that she’s a trendsetter. Because Hollywood has been following in her leather-loving footsteps for a while. Case in point: Naya Rivera also bared her bra and belly button and obsession with allover leather in whiplash-inducing Alice + Olivia separates. The look was comprised of a bustier and matching harem-pants-meet-tailored-trousers.

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Then there’s Nelly whose purple, quilted, draw-string leather basketball shorts might be the rapper’s biggest statement since the whole “bandage under the eye” era of his life. He’s since ditched the Band-Aid, but just in case the bold bottoms (which remind us of a Chanel bag) weren’t enough, he added a graphic tee featuring a caricature of a diamond riding a skateboard and some seriously colorful shoes.

What did you think of the leather looks at last night’s Teen Choice Awards? Who did it right?

–Brittany Talarico

FILED UNDER: Celebs , Designers , Fashion , Miley Cyrus

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Teknosbeka on

Hmm I don’t recall Anastasia Steele being a butch hag in the book…

Mel on

Don’t these people have stylists? Is this the Hollywood version of People of WalMart?!?!?

jb on

Teen yeara are from 13 to 18. These people are young adults not teeneagers. Maybe if you stop treating them like teens they will act their age. Justin Bieber is also no longer a teen

LULUBELLE on

hhhhhhmmm pretty sure nineTEEN is still a TEEN

Lu on

Miley looks like she’s going to the AVN awards, not the Teen …. well, anything.

Nanu 08 on

All three look TACKY so is this the best they could come up with? SAD!!!!

YuckyKids on

Their parents must be so proud. . . . Trainwrecks.

lisa on

people need to leave the kids alone let them live there life

Yemii on

Miyle plis dont try hard

Quynh Phuong Tran on

Awesome but I love Miley’s and Naya’s Outfits the most!!!!!!!!!!!

guest on

I don’t think it’s appropriate clothing to wear to a “Teens Choice” awards show. If this is what are kids are aspiring to dress like in life..well no wonder American values are going down the tubes and we have girls having babies at 13! For goodness sakes cover some of that up…like some one said the teen audience is 13-18.

Lindsay Mojica on

It’s really interesting to me how magazines/internet declare these outfits the latest trends,yet I have yet to see real people actually wearing them.

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