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Ariana Grande in Dolce and Gabbana
The young and very talented singer Ariana Grande wore an age and red carpet appropriate on-trend tea-length dress by Dolce and Gabbana. The asymmetrical neckline add a hint of maturity while the floral print keep the dress sugary sweet.
Bonnie McKee in Gustavo Cadile
Bonnie McKee went for a futuristic and fashion-forward look that was out of this world in all the right ways. Her geometric mirrored clutch mirrors the shape of the neckline (pun intended) and the sheen on this deep blue Gustavo Cadile gown compliment her bright red hair.
Kelly Osbourne in Badgley Mischka
While watching the E! News red carpet special, I learned that Kelly Osbourne's Grammy look was inspired by her father's Grammy-winning band, Black Sabbath. The Badgley Mischka gown is every bit gothic with the long-sleeves and cape-like piece in the back of the dress. The embellished shoulder pads add a touch of glamour that make Miss Osbourne look like a modern day, fashionable Elvira.
Pink in Johanna Johnson
The "True Love" singer wore a beautiful red dress with panel details by Johanna Johnson. Simple jewelry was all that this look needed as the dress speaks for itself.
Rita Ora in Lanvin
Shimmering, shiny with a dose of metallic green is what makes Rita Ora's Lanvin Grammy dress. The knee-length, long-sleeved dress is fun, youthful and works wonderfully with her platinum bob.
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