Katy Perry In Rafael Cennamo – Pre-Grammy Gala Honoring L.A. Reid

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Katy Perry made a sparkling impression at the 2013 Annual Grammy Awards-Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute To Industry Icons honoring L.A. Reid yesterday in California last night.

This year’s Best Pop Solo Performance Grammy-nominated singer’s red-carpet portfolio has definitely experienced a very welcomed upgrade.

While the singer has come to dial down some of her quirkiness in favour of striking glamour, Perry’s cream long sleeve body-hugging Rafael Cennamo Fall 2013 ornate gown, with all-over peal embellishment and train, lacked some much needed oomph for this pop princess.

Perhaps a bolder hue would have kicked this look up a notch.

Hopefully the singer will find a more successful look for this evening’s award show that will meld a touch of her original style and her new found elegance.

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Written by Alexandra Phanor-Faury

19 thoughts on “Katy Perry In Rafael Cennamo – Pre-Grammy Gala Honoring L.A. Reid

  1. Anne

    Part of me really likes this (I love pearls), but the other part of me thinks this is too bridal. I love her hair & makeup.

  2. EmmaWoodhouse

    How beautiful! The pop of color I’m getting is from her fresh faced makeup and luxurious raven hair. I LOVE Classy Katy’s style. Hoping she keeps it together for the big event tonight.

  3. GGG

    I don’t think her previous style was “quirky” – I think it was a gimmick that’s played out. She has a beautiful voice and doesn’t need to have sparklers coming out of her breasts to be noticed. I’m thrilled with her make-under! She looks gorgeous here.

  4. dee

    I don’t think this gown is aging at all. I love the color on her. It makes her skin looks even more creamer than what it is. She looks gorgeous to me.


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