2014- Another year that will bring us all new fashion trends and fashion flops. There will be winners and there will be losers. It seems like Hollywood has already started playing the big fashion game and the 2014 Grammys were the first milestone.
Stars can choose to be more adventurous with the dresses that they wear, unlike the Oscars and the Golden Globes. So the fashion choices here are usually on the wild side. Stars like Paris Hilton and Taylor Swift kept their look as demure as possible, other stars opted for something different such as Ciara and Rita Ora stunned the crowd but Madonna and Katy Perry had failed miserably.
Let’s start with the metallics- Rita Ora was seen wearing a sheer metallic dress from Lanvin that was very glamorous and Ciara wore an Emilio Pucci metallic number. Both the dresses were bright earthy shades and actually complemented their skin tones; they had completed their look with minimal accessories and simple hair and make up. Taylor Swift had had worn an icy silver metallic dress by Gucci.
Moving onto the disasters of the night were none other than Madonna, who is known for her style sense and also for carrying off some really weird looks. But this was the worst yet, they opted for an androgynous look that was overdone instead of daring.
She wore a Ralph Lauren tuxedo with a silver fingerless glove on her right hand and a walking stick and a broad rimmed hat. She had also made sure that her outfit matched that of her sons. Yoko Ono had also worn a navy blue and black suit with black sunglasses and a top hat.
White was also a popular color of the night, as was seen on Beyonce, Paris Hilton and Iggy Azalea, then there was Katy Perry who also wore white but was not successful in pulling off her look. Hers was a more fussy mixture of organza, puffball silhouette and musical notes across the bottom of the dress designed by Valentino. Perry’s fashion choice earned her the worst dressed look.
There were also colorful hues on the red carpet with Alicia Keys in a blue Armani Prive, colors were also seen on Robin Thicke, John Legend, Ryan Lewis and Macklemore.