Grammys Style and Beauty You Must See From All Angles
Usually is actually naked, so this virtually naked black Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture gown, with its multiple cutouts and super-low back, is practically a turtleneck and jeans for her.
Yes, that’s , and no, she didn’t forget her red lipstick at home. The star went for a more natural makeup look this time around – the better to bring more attention to her perfectly coiffed updo, of course!
We’ve got another hue to add to “The Katy Bunch”! The star shows off a gorgeous lavender bob to go with her spangly Zuhair Murad Couture sheath, mega earrings and strappy Sophia Webster heels – all in a shimmery silver.
found her style holy grail: A gown that indulges her princess instincts as well as her love of showing off her mile-long stems. This Elie Saab dress, with its ombré blue-green sheen, matching Lorraine Schwartz earrings and contrasting Giuseppe Zanotti heels, ticks all her boxes and more.
Her chic royal blue custom Giorgio Armani gown was super-simple, so the Fancy singer topped it with a crown of milkmaid braids.
On anyone else, this gown would be 100 percent Crazy Town U.S.A. On , though, it’s a Major Fashion Moment. “I saw this dress on the internet and I just fell in love with it,” she told Ryan Seacrest of the Giambattista Valli Haute Couture ball gown (with Chopard jewels) that, in the words of one editor, made her look like “a really chic marshmallow Peep.”
Country crooner Kimberly Perry dazzled in a black dress with a sparkly silver bodice for the award show, adding shimmery eyes, some luscious lashes and a playful pony to round out her look.
Kelly’s lavender locks are nothing new, but the Fashion Police host surprised us with her funky version of a voluminous ponytail. The star pulled her locks up, leaving her face-framing bangs and undercut on display.
Channeling her inner matador, Madge made quite the style statement in a custom Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble. From the lace cap to the beaded corset to the heels spiked with nails (yes, nails), there’s just too much to see from one angle.