THE GRAMMYS 2019 : THE OUTFITS, THE WINS & MORE
February 12, 20190
The Grammy 2019 was a night to remember, as it was a notable shift: gone were the skimpy frocks and in their place a more of a fashioncentric modesty which totally won the night. The music scene’s leading artists favored dramatic trains, sleek tailoring, long sleeves and haute couture—something typically seen at the Oscars, not the Grammys.
Consider, for example, Lady Gaga. A pop star who rose to farm for her quirky, out-there ensembles, the A Star Is Born actress pared it way back, embracing a Hollywood A-lister vibe by wearing a glitzy number by Hedi Slimane’s Celine, which was shockingly simple and sleek.
Former wild child Miley Cyrus also toned it down, choosing to do a covered—but still sexy—take on French style, in a tuxedo by Mugler. Even the men got the chic, not sleazy, memo as well: Leon Bridges hit the step and repeat in a custom look by Bode, a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist; the BTS crew embraced South Korean designers, suiting up in minimal ensembles by KayBaek Couture and Kim Seo Ryong. And then there was Cardi B who shut the carpet down in 1995 haute couture by Thierry Mugler.
Although Fashion took front and centre at the Grammy’s it is notable to state tht the winners of the night deserved all the accolades. Alicia Keys gave a memorable piano medley and the 14 time Grammy nominnee, made sure the mood was right all night.
In the end, Drake gave a riveting speech ;“It’s like the first time in Grammy history where I actually am who I thought I was for a second, so I like that. I definitely did not think I would win anything,”