The traditional Grammy Awards, held in Los Angeles, are over and we can finally start picking on celebrity outfits. We simply couldn't pass on this! Which models were a success at this year's Grammy Awards, and which ones shouldn't have seen the light of day?
Let's start with a flattering critique because we like "positive vibes". These familiar faces deservedly received applause from us:
The biggest Grammy regular Taylor Swift, who performed on the stage for the seventh time, looked fantastic! She appeared in a gorgeous floral dress from Oscar de la Renta, which exudes a fresh spring aura and fits perfectly with the singer's tender look. And those pastel pink stilettos with a ribbon? That's just the sweet cherry on the cake. By the way, they make Taylor's legs look really long and sexy.
God, I love this! English singer Dua Lipa stunned everyone when she walked down the red carpet in a shimmering translucent dress from Versace with a pastel pink tinge. It needs to be said that this dress made the singer's flawless curves really pop, while leaving space for imagination. We must also praise her choice of subtle make-up and perfectly smooth hair, which underlines this absolutely breathtaking model.
Once again, Harry Styles showed everyone that he was paving his own path through the world of fashion. If any other man chose to wear this unique style, we'd definitely hate it, but we love it on him! His trademarks are huge rings and a retro Gucci outfit, which, in this case, includes a yellow-black checkered blazer, brown velvet trousers and a pink-yellow-lavender sweater with a V-neck. The icing on top is the feather boa, which the singer didn't fail to show off on stage, too. However, for his performance, he chose to combine a full-leather black suit and a sage green feather boa.
Why, God, why? The dress would have been so beautiful, if it didn't come with a crumpled bed sheet. What's that supposed to mean? Well, I guess designer Else Schiaparelli was going for some kind of originality with this model, but from where we stand, it spoiled the overall impression. The longer we're looking at it, the more we think she should have rather stayed in bed.
Not only no, but Hell no! The gown by Robert Cavalli with the deepest neckline of the evening is a little cringy. It feels like American singer Doja Cat mistook the Grammy Awards for a casting for an adult film about bikers. Saying it's cheap would be an understatement, because it's literally the pinnacle of bad taste, which is further underlined by the skirt with feathers in a weird shade of green. Next time, we recommend choosing something less revealing and kitschy, because we simply don't want to see this at the Grammys!
Halloween in March? No problem for American songstress Phoebe Bridgers! Her black dress with a 3D skeleton by Thom Brown looks frightening and not even its shimmering glow can save it. And the ashy shade of hair combined with dark lips give it an even more deadly touch. But we don't want to be dead inside, we want to enjoy life!