Maluma, 2019 MET Gala, After Party

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From Maluma to J Balvin to Bad Bunny and more, these Latinx male artists are at the forefront of fashion. You won't catch them wearing basique suits, shoes or accessories. Instead, Latinx male artists dress as bold and daring as their music.

Need proof? Take one look at their Instagram accounts, music videos and red carpet appearances, and you'll see over-the-top patterns, flashy jewelry, eccentric designs and more. With artists like Ozuna and Anuel AA donning colorful neon ensembles (which is now en vogue) at the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards to El Conejo Malo constantly pushing the boundaries and redefining masculinity with his style, it's easy to see why they're at the forefront of the fashion industry.

In fact, many top designers are starting to take notice.

This year, Maluma attended the Met Gala with Jeremy Scott, the creative director of Moschino. The "HP" singer's outfit was totally on theme, too, which, ironically, is something most male celebs fail to do when they get an invite to the fashion extravaganza. However, the 25-year-old star made sure to spotlight his electrifying style at the lavish fête.

What's more? The Colombian singer also hit up Paris Fashion Week Men's with fellow Latinx artists, J Balvin and Ricky Martin. And yes, they most certainly dressed to impress. Of course, we're only scratching the surface here.

To see your fave Latinx male artists don their finest fashion, scroll through our gallery below! From matching ones hair to their outfit to a jewel-adorned mesh top, these musicians know how to shut it down—both on and off the carpet.


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Bad Bunny, 2018 American Music Awards, 2018 AMA's

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Maluma, 2019 MET Gala, After Party

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J Balvin

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Prince Royce

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Sebastian Yatra

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Daddy Yankee

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Richard Camacho, Joel Pimentel, Erick Brian Colon, Christopher Velez, Zabdiel De Jesus, CNCO

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Anuel AA

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Bad Bunny, Latin Billboard

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Romeo Santos

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It's safe to say, we'll be taking style notes!

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