The Grammy Awards took place on Sunday at the Staples centre, in Los Angeles, where artists dressed to kill in their stunning gowns and chic ensembles. Black was definitely the colour of the night! Here is a round-up of some gorgeous outfits that were seen.
Country singer Carrie was a picture of elegance in a stunning strapless Roberto Cavalli gown at the Grammys. If her perfect figure-hugging gown was not enough, the singer was also wearing a 381 carat diamond necklace that cost a whopping $31 million! Talk about glam.
Entertainer Beyonce was working an effortlessly chic Osman jumpsuit and a simple, low ponytail. It was a nice change from the glammed out, hair-flipping Beyonce we saw last Sunday at the Super Bowl. Her outfit was complemented by a Swarovski clutch, Jimmy Choo shoes, and Lorraine Schwartz jewellery.
Carly Rae Jepsen
Singer Carly Rae’s hit song was up for two awards at the Grammys! She walked in hand-in-hand with boyfriend Matthew Koma and was wearing a mouthwateringly gorgeous Roberto Cavalli dress with Jerome Rousseau shoes. Carly was a sight for sore eyes.
Nicole looked washed out and boring in this gold Vera Wang dress. Her L’Wren Scott shoes, Fred Leighton jewels were not too flattering either. Could have done better with the hair too!
We have spotted this singer at too many events in the same boring white, beige or cream-coloured outfit — her stylist is probably colour blind. The singer went on to win a Grammy for Best Song that night. She performed on stage and was wearing a J Mendel dress with Jimmy Choo shoes on the red carpet.
This 24-year-old singer stole the spotlight at the red carpet in this red hot custom-made Azzedine Alaia dress, Neil Lane jewelry, and Manolo Blahnik shoes. We have to say that we have never seen her look better. The red lips are fabulous!
Published in The Express Tribune, February 12th, 2013.
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