The Inspirations Behind THOSE Grammy Looks

The Inspirations Behind THOSE Grammy Looks

The Grammy Awards may have been a minor famine of sass this year but it didn’t stop a few stars referencing some of the greats. Here our Shopping Editor, Josh Newis-Smith reveals who the best dressed red carpet stars were channeling. To quote a certain iconic TV show, ‘tonight Mathew I am going to be…’

Best Bowie: Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga knows how much impact a Grammy’s clothing change up can be-remember the egg birth thing? After spending recent months paring back her look, (because you know she is a serious actress now, right?) Gaga is back to her outlandish best. After sashaying around in a sparkly blue Marc Jacobs number the singer clothed herself in a cape for a fitting tribute to Mr. David Bowie himself.

Best Anna Wintour At 80s Prom: Taylor Swift

This is literally modern feminism in motion: Taylor is the leader of the world’s sisterhood and flashes her pants on the red carpet at the same time (in the classiest of manners of course). Plus she also manages to channel Anna Wintour at an 80s High School prom, niche but great.

Best Elton John: Florence Welch

This is a sprinkling of glitter and a cluster of stars away from Crocodile Rock, with a flouncy sleeve to boot. All that is missing is a set of novelty sunglasses and a glitzy piano. You must try harder for the next celebrity version of Stars In Their Eyes, Florence.

Best David And Victoria Matchy Matchy: The Weeknd and Bella Hadid

Not since THOSE Versace leather suits have we seen a celebrity couple do black matchy matchy with such sass and an added air of sex. You didn’t really need that set of Grammy gongs did you, The Weeknd, when Bella already owned a pair!

Best Zayn: Brooklyn Beckham

With two of the boys of the moment colliding you can practically here all of the teenage hearts (and mine) breaking. SWOON!



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