The Keep Memory Alive Foundation’s “Power of Love Gala” celebrating Muhammad Ali’s 70th birthday went down this weekend, and Kelly Rowland was on hand to honor the boxer with a performance of several songs, including Whitney Houston’s “The Greatest Love Of All.”
It was a big fashion night for Kelly, as the songstress had not one, not two, but three wardrobe changes throughout the event.
Kelly arrived to the gala wearing a strapless floor length gown that showcased her fabulous figure. Her fuchsia silk dress had a crisscross detailing across the waist, and its bright hue was a great complement to Kelly’s glowing skin.
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For one of her performances during the gala, Kelly went for a fun and sporty look, opting for a yellow racerback mini dress. Not your standard frock though, Kelly’s dress featured a textured, almost fringe like detaling across the entire body.
If you want to recreate this look, texture is key. This Eternal Sunshine Creations ‘Wildflower’ dress has long sleeves and a more casual feel than Kelly’s dress, but the crochet detailing gives same effect.
During a second performance at the gala, Kelly wore a beautifully detailed dress from Lebanese designer Jack Guisso. From the label’s Spring 2011 Couture collection, the one-shoulder dress featured gold metallic sequin embellishments.