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13.02.17

Taraji P. Henson In Marc Jacobs – 2017 Grammy Awards

Taraji P. Henson attended the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

The actress wore a lavender Marc Jacobs mini dress with Jimmy Choo ‘Minny’ sandals.

This is seriously such a fun dress! The space motif, the color–which is quite unexpected for the red carpet–the intricate shoulder detailing: I can imagine Taraji falling in love with it the minute she saw it.

What I cannot imagine is what her stylist was thinking letting her wear it when it didn’t fit perfectly! The puckering from the sizing issues is distracting, and Taraji is way too fierce a lady for such nonsense.

I also adore her sleeked back bob and simple makeup, and they are the perfect beauty companions to this playful look.

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Cynthia Erivo In Luisa Beccaria – 2017 Grammy Awards

Cynthia Erivo attended the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA.

Most any look would have been deemed an improvement from her Pre-Grammy Gala outing, and this Luisa Beccaria Fall 2016 gown is indeed better.

She swapped a lack of fabric for an embarrassment of it in this romantic corset design with a frilled ball gown skirt.

Did the British star redeem herself in your book?

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Celine Dion In Zuhair Murad Couture – 2017 Grammy Awards

Celine Dion attended the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

For her turn on the red carpet, the diva wore an emerald green Zuhair Murad gown from the Spring 2017 Couture collection and stunning jewels, including DVANI emerald with diamond earrings.

The shoulders, the plunging neckline, the color (I mean, this color!), this entire gown is exquisite and Celine is clearly enjoying wearing it, which I love, too.

Initially, I had complaint with the sash and corresponding flounce being to much, but the more I looked at the gown, the more I embraced every bit of it.

What do you think of Celine’s emerald moment?

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Jennifer Lopez In Ralph & Russo Couture – 2017 Grammy Awards

From the neck down, I barely recognized Jennifer Lopez at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA.

Pretty in pink is an understatement, as it was more like perfection in pink with J. Lo a vision in this Ralph & Russo Spring 2017 gown.

While we associate the entertainer with all that is embellished, blinged-out and barely there, this more delicately feminine, softly chic moment stood in refreshingly stark contrast to all those shiny minis and sheer bodysuits.

A gorgeous tulle neck piece took the place of most jewels, but a few Butani rings and a bracelet added just the right hint of sparkle, along with her Christian Louboutin ‘Body Strass’ pumps.

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Katy Perry In Tom Ford – 2017 Grammy Awards

Katy Perry gave everyone something to talk about at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

The singer wore a look from Tom Ford’s Fall 2016 runway collection and various ring stacks.

Against my better judgement, I don’t hate this look! It is definitely a lot to pull off, but it’s fun and quirky, and if anyone can do it, it’s Katy. So I’m going to ignore the slightly problematic proportions and just get onto the love!

If any red carpet should be about fun and expression, it’s the Grammy’s, and Katy is embracing both with this look. I mean, how can you not have fun in chin-to-toe sequins and ombré feathers?

Plus, her messy, newly platinum ‘do is completely fierce, and makeup is impeccable, to boot.

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13.02.17

Rihanna In Armani Privé – 2017 Grammy Awards

After attending the Roc Nation Pre-Grammy Brunch yesterday, Rihanna was back in action at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA.

No head was left un-turned when she whooshed onto the red carpet in a custom Armani Privé gown.

The shiny orange crop top was obviously designed specifically to show off her ink, and somehow it worked with the over-the-top drama of the black ball skirt’s undulating waves.

It’s clearly a look only the likes of RiRi could pull off, styling it with a smattering of sparkling Chopard jewels and flowing, romantic waves.

Whether you love it or loathe it, this entrance is what the Grammys are all about—all-out glam mixed with daring edge. I actually found myself warming up to its punk princess spirit.

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