57th Grammy Awards. Last night’s big event took place at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles whose gigantic size was required to hold the music industry’s who’s-who from Ariana Grande to Paul McCartney and Madonna. However, before any of these talented performers took to the stage to treat us to our favourite songs of the past year, there was the highly anticipated red carpet event.
Starting things off on a positive note; Jessie J looked gorgeous in a sheer, black beaded gown by Ralph & Russo. Gwen Stefani, Beyoncé© and Ciara all favoured the same colour last night and looked red carpet ravishing. Taylor Swift made our hearts go pitter-patter when she appeared in a floor-length green Elie Saab gown. And saving the best for last “ the fashion pié¨ce de ré©sistance “ was Rihanna. Our girl RiRi knocked us to the floor when she arrived onto the scene dressed in a Giambattista Valli gown taken hot off the runway, just a few short weeks after the designer presented his spring 2015 Paris Haute Couture collection. Speaking to Ryan Seacrest Rihanna said, I saw this dress on the Internet and I just fell in love with it.
Musicians who made our Meh List (aka: ok but not great) were, unfortunately, the Queen of Pop Madonna, whose Givenchy number didn’t instill any excitement. Same with Ariana Grande’s Atelier Versace gown; in theory it should have worked, but in reality it didn’t fit her body properly and overpowered her petite figure. And rapper Iggy Azalea’s choice of a custom-made Armani Prive dress just didn’t fit her style and personality whatsoever.
Our Worst Dressed List was a no brainer to put together; Charlie XCX’s all-white pant suit by Moschino with pink fur stole was horrendous. Kim Kardashian in Jean Paul Gaultier was just not a good look. And Grammy nominee and presenter, Nicki Minaj had her assets on full display thanks to a Tom Ford dress which had us preparing ourselves for an epic wardrobe malfunction. Yikes!
Check out the image gallery below and feast your eyes on what celebs wore to last night’s Grammy Awards.