Purple hair, cupcake dresses, matador hats and a gold-plated dressing gown - leave it to Rihanna, Madonna, Kim Kardashian and co. to make some serious red carpet style statements at the Grammys last night.
Purple hair, cupcake dresses, matador hats and a gold-plated dressing gown – leave it to Rihanna, Madonna, Kim Kardashian and co. to make some serious red carpet style statements at the Grammys last night.
Here’s our pick of the 10 looks you need to see…
Rih Rih works a spun sugar confection by Giambattista Valli, taking up the whole red carpet and ensuring that the spotlight is 100% hers. Part prom queen, part lady loo roll cover, this, if nothing else, must be one of the biggest dresses in Grammy history.
Queen Bey’s sticking with a style she knows well in this Proenza Schouler plunge gown. Look a little closer to really appreciate the exquisite embellishment within the sheer black lace gown.
Kim turns this gilded granny cardigan by Jean Paul Gaultier Couture into a flesh-flashing, uber-embellished, Grammy-worthy dress. The chainmail dressing gown must have weighed a ton, so she’s worked it with a brand new bob to lighten the load.
There’s a lot going on here. Chandelier earrings and a new lilac rinse – and that’s before we even mention Katy’s uber-embellished Zuhair Murad dress.
Taylor nods to SS15’s mermaid trend in her own way with this ombre Elie Saab gown. The cool cutwork and mini vs maxi skirt concept make the look feel fresh and different from the dozens of other fishtail frocks we’ve seen on the red carpet this season.
Jessie’s flying the flag for Brit couture in this vamped-up sheer dress by Ralph And Russo. We love the slick hair and ear cuff effort too.
The cage bodice of this Atelier Versace jumpsuit looks way better on Gwen than it did on the runway. Props to Ms Stefani for making the look her own by rolling the trousers to an ankle grazing length and teaming with her style signatures – a hugeee quiff and sharp pointed pumps.
Leave it to the Haim sisters to bring the cool factor to the red carpet. The girls avoid frou frou frocks in favour of slick tuxedos and fringed midi-dresses. Good work.
Rita’s gone ice-queen with a new platinum crop to match her sequin-blitzed Prada column gown. Smokey eyes and heavy metal Lorraine Schwartz ear cuffs add even more edge.
Madge worked not one, but two matador-themed Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci ensembles at the Grammys this year – a fair effort by anyone’s standards. She showcased her strong bod (and flashed a lot of bum) in her corset and fishnets combo, teamed with thigh high boots and a veiled velvet Montera hat. We’re not sure we expected anything less, really.