When it comes to fashion, the Grammy‘s red carpet is more adventurous, raunchy and sometimes just plain ridiculous than other award shows.
So let’s get down and dirty and check out the best and worst dressed celebs at last night’s event.
The world’s favourite tweeter proved she’s not only the queen of sassy clap backs on social media, but of red carpet fashion too. From the glorious colour to the cut, her Grammy look was impeccable.
We love how the model and mom of two brought this OTT Yanina Couture gown down to earth with long, beachy waves and natural make-up. A definite favourite this award’s season.
Songstress Gwen Stefani showed the new generation of musicians exactly how it is done in a structured Dolce & Gabbana mini-dress paired with thigh-high boots. This look gave us everything we wanted from the Grammy’s red carpet: stylish fashion with a hint of risk.
We love how the celeb embraced the monochromatic trend — even her hair fits the brief — as well as how she wisely toned down her makeup and accessories to allow the exquisite detailing on her dress to shine.
That said, we do wish those thigh-highs were a little less baggy, which would have created a more streamlined look.
A special shout out to SA’s golden boy Trevor Noah for mixing things up on the red carpet. Instead of opting for an all-black suit, he rocked an impeccably fitted silver blazer that gave his look just enough sparkle to stand out without being OTT
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If it weren’t for his bedazzled grandpa cardigan, the singer could have been popping out to buy groceries in this getup.
Fitted trousers and a black shirt might have saved this outfit but, as is, this ill-fitting ensemble made the singer look 10 times his size. It also seemed a little too casual and wintry compared to the other celebs on the red carpet.