Grammys 2014 – Fashion Highlights

It has been another successful award ceremony. Fashion was on point and winners, well-deserving. Winners on the night included Lorde who won song of the year with ‘Royals’, ‘Skyfall’ won best score soundtrack for visual media and first time nominees Imagine Dragons won best rock performance with ‘Radioactive’. 

French electro duo Daft Punk were big winners at the Grammys, winning album of the year, Best pop duo/group performance with Get Lucky featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers and Best dance/electronica album.

And once again, the fashion didn’t disappoint.

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Cyndi Lauper in Alexander McQueen

This 56th annual Grammy Awards ceremony seemed to be one of the more demure fashion displays of them all. Katy Perry wore Valentino Couture straight off the catwalk (Valentino’s spring/summer 2014 Haute Couture collection seen on the catwalk only a couple of days prior to the awards), Rita Ora wore Lanvin and Ciara (+ baby bump) wore Emilio Pucci.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z unusually paired up for a rendition of Drunk in Love, with Jay Z dressed in a full three-piece suit whilst Beyoncé wore tights from Saint Laurent’s fall 2013 collection and pieces from La Perla, Nichole de Carle, Stuart Weitzman and Jennifer Fisher.

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Katy Perry in Valentino Couture

Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland has been making great fashion choices throughout awards season, wearing a pink Georges Hobeika dress and Rupert Sanderson shoes at the Golden Globes and a Marchesa gown at the SAG Awards. At the Grammys, she opted for a black and white Emilio Pucci dress and the stunning Edie Parker vintage-inspired ‘Jean diamond box clutch’ complete with interior mirror.

In true Yoko Ono style, the fabulous octogenarian came dressed in one of the biggest trends of the night, a suit, also seen on son Sean Lennon, Madonna and her son and a plethora of others.

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