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The standout style from the Grammys 2019 red carpet


by Jennifer McShane
11th Feb 2019
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The biggest musical night in Hollywood is the Grammy Awards and this year’s 61st red carpet was as star-studded as ever.  Performer and multi-Grammy award winner Lady Gaga was a standout in Celine and others veered from elegance to the fantastical OTT outfits that you’ll only get away with on this red carpet. It was all about statement style from Miley Cyrus’ over-sized suit to Janelle Monae, just being Janelle Monae – she is flawless.

The always vibrant Cardi B wore vintage Mugler and quite literally bloomed on the red carpet. It won’t be to everyone’s tastes but she certainly made an impact.

Some stars went playful; Katy Perry, Anna Kendrick and Kylie Jenner opted for similar shades of pink, while singer Bebe Rexha went full princess mode in a red, ruffled gown by Monsoori.

The carpet had a dose of controversy as musician Joy Villa used the event to showcase her pro-Trump rights. Her barbed wire ‘build the wall’ gown was shocking, vulgar and completely unnecessary. So much so, and while it is on social media, we don’t feel the need to post it here.

Main image via @billboard

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