I will be honest… The 61st annual Grammy Awards disappointed me fashion-wise with few exceptions and few surprises, so let’s focus on these FEW. Lady Gagas’ look was quite disappointment,  but there was  not much to choose from… Beyoncé and Jay-Z skipped the Grammys and hosted a party at their own mansion, breaking the Instagram with the pictures in an amazing Balmain mini dress!

Heidi Klum

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Miley Cyrus in Mugler

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Lady Gaga in Celine

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Janelle Monáe

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Cardi B in archive Mugler

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Travis Scott in Saint Laurent and Kylie Jenner in Balmain

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Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo

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Post Malone

 

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Beyoncé in Balmain and Jay-Z

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The fabulous sister-duet Kate and Laura Mulleavy created another dreamy fairy tale on the runway, this time inspired by Hollywood musicals from ’30s to ’70s. The show took place in flower-walled pavilion spiced up with neon fluorescent lights.

Rodartes’ ecstatic is closer to please the viewer art-wise, satisfying with the story and vision more than practical-use-wise. Asimetric cocktail dresses, XXL  gowns sweeping the runway and ruffles took over The Huntington Library on 5th February. Mulleavy Sisters created the classic and desirable hourglass silhouettes by exaggerating and up-sizing the shoulders, putting the attention on waist with logo’d belts  and palazzo pants. Ruffled roses on shoulders, butterfly and heart in model’s hair and embroidered on dresses, massive bows  and  laces, tulle gowns so dreamy wide, from whites, monochrome to electric blue and lime!  Watching the show I could do nothing  other than imagining amazing ‘every little girl’s’ red-carpet looks that could be created from that collection!