It’s good to be Blue Ivy Carter. Beyoncé’s 4-year-old daughter glided down the red carpet at the 2016 MTV VMAs Sunday, held at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The fashionable tot wore Mischka Aoki’s $10,950 “Grande Royalle” dress that featured a laser-cut bodice and intricate 3-D gold metallic appliqué.
(The brand’s other famous fans include Suri Cruise and Penelope Disick.) Blue Ivy completed her look with a diamond tiara by Lorraine Schwartz and high top sneakers by Giuseppe Zanotti.
She walked the red carpet alongside her famous mother, who also shared several pictures via Instagram. Beyoncé modeled a feathered, beaded dress from Francesco Scognamiglio’s Fall 2016 couture collection. (Lady Gaga, Madonna and Rihanna are also fans of the Australian fashion label.)
The “Hold Up” singer added Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and Jimmy Choo heels. Beyoncé changed her look multiple times throughout the show, wearing designs by Elie Saab Couture, Fendi, Francesco Scognamiglio Couture, Ralph and Russo Couture and Yolanda Cris.
In addition to her daughter, Beyoncé brought the mothers of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Oscar Grant and Trayvon Martin to the MTV Video Music Awards—all of whom lost their sons to gun violence.
Three of those women (Grant excluded) appeared in the pop singer’s visual album, Lemonade. Beyoncé, 34, won eight Moonmen, including Video of the Year for “Formation.”
She dedicated the award to the people of New Orleans, where she filmed many of the music videos.
Beyoncé was nominated in 10 other categories. She won Best Pop Video (“Formation”), Best Editing (“Formation”), Best Female Video (“Hold Up”), Best Choreography (“Formation”), Best Cinematography (“Formation”), Best Direction (“Formation”) and Breakthrough Long Form Video (Lemonade). With 24 Moonmen amassed over the years, Beyoncé broke the all-time record for most wins at the Video Music Awards, surpassing Madonna, who has 20 Moonmen.