2018 Grammy Awards

The 2018 Grammy Awards takes place on Sunday (January 28) in New York City and I can’t wait to see who, or what will be the talking point of the night.

James Corden will host with presenters including Kelly Clarkson, Victor Cruz, Eve, Katie Holmes, Anna Kendrick, and John Legend.

We’ll also see performances by Lady Gaga, Pink, Kesha, Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Khalid, Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Sam Smith, U2, Elton John (who could be wearing custom Gucci) and Miley Cyrus.

But as you all know, we are all about the fashion.

In 2000, it was Jennifer Lopez in her now ICONIC Versace dress who stole the show.

Who could forget Lady Gaga’s galactic Giorgio Armani Privé orbit gown from the 2010 Grammys?

Beyonce Knowles put Osman on the worldwide map back in 2013, and Katy Perry was feeling blue in a breath-taking Elie Saab Couture gown back in 2012.

These are some of my Grammys magic moments. What are yours?

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14.02.17 Best Dressed

Who Was Your Best Dressed At The 2017 Grammy Awards?

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13.02.17 Menswear

2017 Grammy Awards Menswear

The 2017 Grammy Awards wasn’t without its fair share of menswear looks that ran the gamut from traditional to totally out-there.

John Legend: The singer kept it classic in a Gucci black suit, made unique by virtue of the dark rose-coloured dress shirt and matching floral-printed bow tie.

Desiigner: Like some of the girls at the Grammys, the hip hop artist also bared his chest in a luxe velvet vintage Armani suit in a rich eggplant hue styled with Jimmy Choo boots and the requisite chains.

Anderson Paak: The rapper opted for a directional Rick Owens ensemble that was monk-meets-musician.

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2017 Grammy Awards Artists Second Looks

For the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA, some stars didn’t only rock one look. It was a double feature—a triple feature for a few—with quick changes all night long.

Celine Dion: Don’t let the side view of this Mugler Pre-Fall 2017 black gown fool you. It was still slit way up to there, as presented in the look book, showing off some major leg as the music icon took the stage to present the award for Song of the Year.

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Chrissy Teigen In Roberto Cavalli & Paule Ka – 2017 Grammy Awards

With her husband John Legend performing at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA, Chrissy Teigen was also in attendance for the big night.

Awards Show: Black certainly was far from boring in Chrissy’s Roberto Cavalli Spring 2017 sheer, cut-out gown that served up plenty of provocative appeal. Sure, there is the panty problem, but it’s minor here. We’ve seen far worse in execution than this look, which actually benefits from the complexity tied up in its lacy patterning, lace-up detailing, and fringe.

After Party: After her sexy, skin-is-in statement for the show, this Paule Ka Fall 2017 dress provided a nice counterpoint in its effortless wrap silhouette—not to mention the luscious sunset-orange hue. Too bad it looks as if it was left crumpled on the floor prior to her wearing it, what with the creases.

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Adele In Givenchy Couture by Riccardo Tisci – 2017 Grammy Performances

While Adele was glorious in a green Givenchy gown on the 2017 Grammy Awards red carpet on Sunday (February 12) in LA, she also offered up two additional performance looks that were just as compelling for her big night that saw her taking home five trophies.

Look 1: Her first performance gown was a custom Givenchy Couture by Riccardo Tisci piece featuring multi-coloured Swarovski crystals and a plisse skirt. I love how the stained glass pattern, formed by the crystals, illuminated this look and only further increased Adele’s radiance on stage.

Look 2: As her second performance was a tribute to the late George Michael, she wore a more sombre custom Givenchy Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown inspired by the Fall 2012 Couture collection. Darker in form, the look gained its richness from the embossed velvet and cape of fringe that still delivered high on subtle drama.

The first look was my favourite for its vibrant hues. Which did you prefer?

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