Lana Del Ray was goddess-like in custom Gucci – she must’ve taken note from Dakota Johnson who lives for custom Gucci at any awards show this season.
Lady Gaga was lacy in Armani Privé on the red carpet. The black lace was the perfect amount of revealing paired with the floors-length black slit skirt.
The bad ass red carpet look was then traded for a fairy-tale inspired pink chiffon gown when Lady Gaga performed her two singles “Joanne” and “A Million Reasons.”
Miley Cyrus was jaw-droppingly conservative this Grammy weekend and I loved every minute of it. At the MusiCares pre-Grammy event where she performed as a tribute to Fleetwood Mac – who was honored as Person of the Year – Cyrus sparkled in a bejeweled jumpsuit that was very buttoned up.
On the red carpet, Cyrus then wore a sleeveless velour jumpsuit – although it covered her shoulders – with a military inspired neckline and crystal pumped heels. Her hair, however, brought the old Hollywood glam look that Miley very much adores.
She then looked beautiful and elegant as she performed with Elton John on the Grammys stage. The off-the-shoulder deep magenta ballgown, which seemed to be made of about a thousand layers of tulle was fit for royalty. Cyrus’ deeply side-parted, waved old Hollywood glam hair and minimal makeup was understated compared to the gown, and it all worked flawlessly together making Cyrus look like an old Hollywood glam queen.
Camila Cabello was lovely in a red deep cut Vivienne Westwood gown which was draped in Bulgari jewelry and a Judith Leiber bag.
Hailee Steinfeld is slowly transforming her wholesome princess-like style as she stuns in a pure white strapless gown with a high middle split and metallic purple knee high boots from Alexandre Vauthier Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection. A Hearts on Fire Lorelei Diamond Criss Cross Ring ($4,490.00) and a Djula Marquise V Pears Gold and Diamond Ring ($4,494.00) draped her hands while the Avenues Hinged Bracelet ($12,500.00) andChelsea Slip-On Bangle by Marli and a Mattia Cielo Rugiada Diamond Ring coated her wrists.
Eve Jihan Jeffers-Cooper, who won a Grammy in 2002 for best rap/sung collaboration for “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” featuring Gwen Stefani, was dazzling in Naeem Khan.
Katie Holmes expressed her rebellious side in Zac Posen.
And last, but certainly not least, Morgan Stewart hosted the E! Live After Party covered in sparkles from head to toe in Redemption from albright Fashion Library – Los Angeles’ most exclusive luxury designer rental house – and draped in Messika jewelry. Styled by Jenny Rodriguez with hair by KIYO Igarashi and makeup by Yumi Mori she looked divine and classy as always. Catch her on E!’s Daily Pop every weekday at 12pm EST.
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