Fifth Harmony pulled out all the stops at the Tidal x Brooklyn benefit concert on Tuesday night (17Oct17).
The girl group hit the red carpet at the Barclays Center for the event, which was organised by JAY-Z’s Tidal streaming service in order to raise awareness and funds for groups that support relief and recovery efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria and the recent earthquakes in Mexico.
The four-piece sported colour-coordinated outfits as they arrived at the show, with Ally Brooke wearing a red minidress with frilled neckline, Dinah Jane Hansen rocking a red halter top and plaid trousers, Normani Kordei opting for a black leather skirt and bralet matched with a floral jacket, and Lauren Jauregui wowing in a red pencil skirt with thigh-high split, black top and pointed red high heels. They later changed into pink latex outfits as they took to the stage for their performance.
But the Fifth Harmony ladies weren’t the only ones to pull off a major fashion moment. Beyonce made one of her first official public appearances following the birth of her twins Rumi and Sir, which she shares with her music mogul husband Jay, in June. The superstar looked very glamorous in a custom Walter Mendez gown in an emerald green fabric, which she accessorised with sparkly Christian Louboutin high heels, a violet-hued faux fur wrap and gold jewellery from Lorraine Schwartz.
Iggy Azalea showed off her flair for fashion in a pair of black trousers and matching top with cobalt blue stripe, which she matched with pointed silver stilettos, while fellow rapper Cardi B rocked a mint-coloured dress with sheer panels which she accessorised with nude pointed pumps, jewelled hoop earrings, and a sparkly manicure.
Rapper Remy Ma opted for a super sexy ensemble for the benefit, and stepped out in a lingerie-style corset dress which she matched with an extravagant white and brown coat. Meanwhile, Willow Smith took the opposite approach for her look, and stepped out in casual jeans, a black jumper and grey coat.
Swizz Beatz, Stevie Wonder, Princess Nokia, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Fat Joe also supported the event.