Monday, March 16, 2015

The Best and Worst Dressed at the Grammy's

 The Best and Worst Dressed at the Grammy’s
by Madeline Heinsen, staff reporter

Although the Grammys are known for awarding artists for their outstanding achievement in the music industry, their fashion choices also come to play and are a major factor judged by the public.

Singer Madonna started off the red carpet in an eye-catching look that wasn’t appealing. She put everything on display in a matador-inspired Givenchy design, complete with a veiled topper and thigh-high boots according to Antoinette Bueno of Entertainment tonight.

Rihanna surprised many in an unflattering frothy Giambattista Valli Couture cupcake gown hot off the Paris Haute Couture runway but this can be taken as a positive since Rihanna is known to wear a lack of clothing.

Bravo's Fashion Queens hosts Bevy Smith was highly impressed with Taylor Swift's ombre Elie Saab high-low dress, naming it one of the best dresses of the night.
"Gorgeous gown in a gorgeous color, she totally gets red carpet style and she wears the clothes, they don't wear her," Smith said.

Gwen Stefani’s Versace Atelier jumpsuit was a casual look that impressed as well. The jumpsuit was modern, striking and architecturally important. Nicki Minaj was also one of the best dressed in skin-baring Tom Ford.

"[She] may not ever clean up her act, but her style is immaculate, her demure makeup, classic coif, and gorgeous Tom Ford gown signals [that] she's becoming a serious style maven," Smith said.

Overall, the most astonishing outfit was worn by Rihanna and not in a positive way. Rihanna definitely opened eyes but not in the way she wished to have.

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