Carrie Underwood showcases Kuwaiti design at CMA Awards

Carrie Underwood showcases Kuwaiti design at CMA Awards

Another award show, another Arab creator displayed via Carrie Underwood.

The US singing sensation ventured out at the 54th yearly Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, which occurred face to face at Nashville’s Music City Center a week ago, wearing a shimmering creation from Kuwaiti couturier Yousef Al-Jasmi.

Al-Jasmi’s hilter kilter gown flaunted a high neck and a solitary, long sleeve.

The shining dress additionally highlighted perplexing silver beading and sequins all through, which shone under the lights.

The 37-year-old, who went to blue grass music’s greatest night with her significant other, ice hockey player Mike Fisher, was facing individual artists Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Eric Church and Luke Combs for Entertainer of the Year.

After hosts Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker named Church the victor, the camera panned to an applauding Underwood who gave the camera a mournful wink, starting a Twitter banter simultaneously.

The couturier additionally found a fan in “Getting Good” artist Lauren Alaina who blew some people’s minds wearing a rose-gold, figure-embracing dress.

The floor-following, adorned creation flaunted long sleeves and a high neck.

 

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