THE MMAS: STYLE WINNERS

The 2017 MMAs at the Durban ICC featured some serious style players who pulled out all the stops. One thing’s for sure, even if they didn’t win anything, in our books they deserve kudos for their LIT style.

Here they are, our top style players.

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Making a statement in head-to-toe Markham, K2 kept it monochrome with a bold print.

South-Africa-Metro-FM-Music-Awards-2017-February-BellaNaija-7-600x771South-Africa-Metro-FM-Music-Awards-2017-February-BellaNaija-4-600x399SA’s favourite duo, Mafikizolo never disappoints in the style stakes. In fact, so on point are they, that they picked up an MMA not for their music but for the Best Styled Group. Their monochrome styling is a classic and we love Theo’s graphic patterned pants. They also owned the camo trend for one of their appearances. (Images: Bella Naija)

 

South-Africa-Metro-FM-Music-Awards-2017-February-BellaNaija-17-600x679Nominated for four of the big categories- Best Newcomer, Best Hip Hop Album, Best Male Album and Song of the Year- and winner of all of them, Nasty C played it super casual but super slick in an all black tee and skinny jeans combo with stand out gold accessories. (Images: Bella Naija)

South-Africa-Metro-FM-Music-Awards-2017-February-BellaNaija-18-600x924Zwelethu Nkutsho can pull off this super posh tux look, the star being the dove grey buttoned waistcoat with black tie tucked in. So simple but so effective. (Image: MetroFM)

DuBOIZHip hop star, Du Boiz, won Best Music Video for Dope Dreams, a song he collaborated on with American rapper Tyga. We love that he swapped the rough ‘n tuff hip hop vibe for some serious style. His aubergine coloured suit ticks all the right boxes and the accents of lilac and red were a very classy touch. (Image: Du Boiz)

CASPERCasper Nyovest played it formal and wowed in the ever-stylish monochrome suit. Slick and classy. (Image: MetroFM)

South-Africa-Metro-FM-Music-Awards-2017-February-BellaNaija-15-600x703Everyone’s favourite hip hop styler, Riky Rick, who won Best Hit Single for Sidlukotini, opted for ‘the brighter the better’ mantra when it came to his MMA outfit. We love the clashing 90s and 70s themes he had going on, where a bit of disco meets rave. (Image: Riky Rick)