The Wildest Style of the Night
Never let it be said that Ciara is afraid to go big on the red carpet. And if anyone disputes that fact, just show them this stiffly sculpted one-shoulder high-low gown, with its iridescent belt and dramatic ruffled train.
If we had to pick one likely star to wear an emerald green Balmain jumpsuit with a wide belt and fully fringed necklace, it might not have been the 77-year-old actress. But wear it, she did.
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In case you were wondering (and we don’t think you were) Giuliana was not able to wear undergarments with her sheer slashed jumpsuit – as she made very clear on the Grammys pre-show.
“I hate boring in fashion and I wanted to do something ’80s and fabulous,” the “Fancy” star explained of her Moschino tux and fur stole.
He’s done shorts suits before, so how to make this particular one look stand out? Design it for Adidas in a fabric that transforms from gray to white in a flash literally. (Wife Helen Lasichanh has her own noteworthy Adidas moment going on as well.)
In what we’re assuming was a tribute to the night’s honorees The Bee Gees, the Rilo Kiley star picked a star-spangled, flared-trousers, rainbow-dyed Artizia suit and matching watercolor boots, plus some bold sunnies.
This dress was bloomin’ statement-making! Her Yanina Couture gown was essentially just one big bold white flower, with the underpinnings being an afterthought.
We know he’s still getting over the end of his marriage to Mandy Moore, but did he really just have to pick up whatever was on top of his dirty clothes hamper and wear it to the Grammys?
No, we don’t know who Joy Villa is either, which (we’re guessing) is why she wore this dress made out of recycled construction fencing – because now we’re including her on our “wildest dresses” list and you’ve heard her name.