Monday, February 14, 2011

Grammys: Fashion Police

We're in the final stretch of awards season, the Grammys, the one red carpet during awards season that seems to have no rules didn't disappoint in crazy fashion.

Everyone seemed to be on the French couture train, which I was loving. Givenchy, Jean Paul Gautier, please bring more!

Here's my favorites and worst dressed of the night:

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Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine in Givenchy Couture. Amazing French couture at its best. Looked stunning on her and wouldn't have worked on anyone else, absolutely sets off her hair color! Loved one of my favs of the night and she killed it on stage.

Grade: B+

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Julianne Hough in Malandrino. She looks youthful, polished, sweet and sexy all at the same time. Loved the easiness of the hair and the fact that she stayed away from a ton of jewels. She looked great!

Grade: A-
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Lea Michelle in Emilio Pucci. This is how Grammy red carpet is done. She looks so diva, rock star fierce! Absolutely loved it and was a great departure from the demure gowns we've seen her in at the Globes and SAGs.

Grade: A+
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Rihanna in Jean Paul Gaultier. If there is ever a red carpet to pull this dress off on, its the Grammys. She always looks stunning in Gaultier and only she could pull this off. Loved her hair with it!

Grade: B
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Gwyneth Paltrow in black jumpsuit. I'm not normally a Gwyneth fan but she killed it in this sleek black jumpsuit and loved her earrings (they were the perfect accessory to the Cee-Lo performance). She looks the definition of a hot rock star's wife! Keep the fierceness coming Gwyn!

Grade: A-

And now my worst dressed of the night...
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You knew where I was going with this, how could Gaga not be my worst dressed of the night. 

A freakin' placenta egg that she was "incubating" in. WTF?!! I've reached my Gaga saturation after last night. 

You're not original Gaga you're just copying everything from the 80's (which doesn't need to be replicated, trust me).

Stop copying Madonna, Grace Jones and David Bowie.

Express Yourself is a way better song, Grace Jones was way more outrageous with her style and Bowie is way better of an entertainer than you'll ever be. 

Forget Best Actor going to Colin Firth this year, it needs to go to Ryan Seacrest for being able to keep a straight face and not rolling around on the ground in a fit of laughter during that interview...

1 comment:

  1. I loved watching with you! It was a crazy night. How comes the feather suit didn't get a mention? Tehehe :)