Monday 13th February

| BY Joel Traptow

THE GRAMMY’S 2017 RED CARPET ROUND UP

 

 

We are in the middle of Award show season, slowly drowning in sequin gowns and tuxedos. The Grammys were last night and there was a LOT going on; From Adele’s heartfelt and tearful acceptance speech for album of the year (check our Instagram if you have no idea what we are on about), Rihanna swigging shots from a bedazzled flask in the audience, major, and Beyonce just being an overall pregnant goddess. Here is our round up of the 10 best dressed from last nights festivities. First on our list is Chance the Rapper the only male in round up, looking very cool in Thom Browne, its always refreshing to see men take a chance with a red carpet look. Charlie XCX British babe and pop princess paid tribute to the homeland in a stunning red floral Vivienne Westwood number. Solange is a fashion icon and never disappoints- this pleated gold Gucci moment is a boogie nights dream. Adele was a big winner this year and so was her gorge green Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown(RIP)- we wonder who she will be wearing now he’s gone? Maybe Versace? Paris Jackson I never thought Id be saying that rainbow fringe looks expensive but this Balmain number is pure luxury. Rihanna is the only person that could turn up in a custom Armani Prive fur skirt and have us gagging for more, the real question is was the flask Armani as well? Tinashe if my body looked as good as hers, id also have worn that silky Alexander Wang LBD. Damn. Demi Lavoto is Serving body ody ody, in an intricate knit Julian McDonald long sleeve gown, the naked dress trend is clearly still going strong! Lady Gaga is back, well she never really left, but 2017 is gonna be a big one, wearing a custom Chrome hearts look, under boob, spikes and PVC is everything we could have asked for. Beyonce Where do we start? We already knew Queen Bey could do anything, but delivering a heart stopping performance while pregnant with twins is a whole new level. Wearing 3 custom looks from Peter Dundas’ new namesake label, the long sleeve red sequin number was our favourite.