Last night’s gathering of entertainers brought out a new trend for red-carpet dressing. Perhaps it’s the 2010 bug where fashionistas are out to challenge the conventional “glam-glam-glam” mantra. Here are my top 10 picks for the Grammy’s best dressed, in no particular order.
As Fergie posed with the rest of the Black Eyed Peas, her cobalt blue Emilio Pucci mini was simply Fergilious.
Miley Cyrus was definitely ready to “Party In The USA” with her teal Hervé Léger by Max Azria dress.
Carrie Underwood sure had a penchant for straps that night. Her Edition by Georges Chakra gown looked great, especially when she received her Best Country Collaboration award.
Before the show, Katy Perry tweeted: “[sic] I’m excited 4 today, all the performances r going to be fab & beauty is gonna be on point! Today I’m channeling Indian Betty Paige princess!” It looks like her Zac Posen dress did the job.
Multi-winner Taylor Swift glittered, literally, with her off-shoulder KaufmanFranco gown.
Sleeves are back on the red carpet style radar. Beyonce, who got the most nods at the Grammys, stood out with her detailed fishtail gown.
Rihanna brushed off rumors that she was blacklisted from the Grammys. Her Elie Saab Haute Couture gown made the feathered collar a must-have fashion detail.
Jennifer Nettles of The Sugarland gets a little help from Posh Spice with this Victoria Beckham cutout dress.
Hot mama Heidi Klum’s nude Emilio Pucci minidress stood out, thanks to the stylish embellishments.
Newbie singer Chantel “Chani” Christie’s bodice minidress spelled hot.
See the winners and highlights here.