Gigi Hadid’s Super-Cool Jacket and More Best-Dressed Moments From the MuchMusic Awards 2015

Gigi Hadid’s hashtagged jacket might have won the best-topper award from last night’s MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto, but the model had serious competition for overall first place (including Sarah Hyland looking pretty flawless).

Gigi’s cropped, boxy white jacket offered a little bit of extra coverage on the carpet, but its real job was definitely reminding onlookers who they were gazing at. Wondering if little sister Bella will borrow it soon?

Seen from the front, her sexy crop top and slit skirt, a matched set by Canadian designer Mikhael Kale, were on full display.

Bella Thorne went for all-red, finishing off a long-sleeve Julien Macdonald dress with simple ankle-strap heels from Stuart Weitzman. Her Rauwolf clutch, also done in red, didn’t break the monochrome moment either.

The clean cut and simple styling of this black dress show that Sarah Hyland’s completely grown-up fashion M.O. is all about minimal glamour. It’s sexy too: Those front panels of her dress were completely cut away at the side, exposing a lot of torso. Rather than a necklace, she wore a white-and-black diamond body chain by Lorraine Schwartz.

Disney star Debby Ryan covered up for an equally chic look. She picked cropped black trousers, a matching blazer, and a classic white button-up, all by Alice + Olivia, for a fashion-forward black-and-white look. Er, not all black—turquoise heels and a red skin clutch provided pops of brilliant color.

When your music is as bubble-gum-cheerful as Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit singles, it only makes sense that your red carpet game be pretty poppy. The singer wore a bright pink Lumier by Bariano column dress with a geometric neckline, finished by black booties.

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