Our Top 5 Grammy Looks
Taylor Swift not only walked away with the biggest award of the night for her album 1989, the singer also walked away with the most buzzed about look.The "Bad Blood" flooded social media feeds by donning a tomato red bandeau and a high-waisted hot pink cut-away skirt by Atelier Versace. She accessorized the two piece number with jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz, and finished the ensemble with metallic strappy sandals by Stuart Weitzman. But the most controversial part of the look was the a debut of a shorter bob hairstyle completed with a blunt bang.
The "Same Old Love" singer dazzled in a sparkly design by Calvin Klein that featured sexy side cutouts and a crisscross back, paired with Giuseppe Zanotti heels. “The red carpet dress was the color of the one Michelle Pfeiffer wore in Scarface,” said Kate Young, Gomez’s stylist.
The "On My Mind" singer captivated viewers with her mashup performance of “Rise Up” & “Love Me Like You Do” with Singer Andra Day but the show stopping didn’t stop there. The singer delighted in a pale blush column gown by Stella McCartney which she completed with Jimmy Choo heels, a diamond necklace, and silver rings.
Kaley Cuoco had no problem putting her killer abs on display. The Big Bang Theory star awed in a sequined jumpsuit by Naeem Khan with a triangular midriff cutout and plunging V-neckline. The actress also sparked rumors of a possible romance when she was spotted leaving a Grammy after party with country crooner Sam Hunt.
Ciara had no trouble showing some skin in a backless, draped black and white wrap dress featuring a hip-high slit by Alexandre Vauthier. Statement rings by Norman Silverman Diamonds, stud earrings and a minimalist shoe completed her ensemble. The songstress wore one of the most revealing red-carpet dresses of the night but if anyone could make this gown work, it’s the 30-year-old beauty.