Best of Grammy's 2012 Fashion

While awards shows are all fine and well, we know the real reason you all tune in: the fashion! And oh, what glorious fashion musicians bring us. Trendy color, print and texture can all do a body good, but nothing looks as fashionable on any red carpet, than an artist dressed for their shape and assets.

The Best Fashion of the 2012 Grammy Awards

Hillary Scott
Kelly Rowland
Kimberly Perry
Kelly Osbourne
Lily Aldridge
Foster the People

Rihanna channels her inner disco-diva in this slinky, Giorgio Armani gown with deep-v and slit. The metallic accessories and bohemian jewelry are the perfect addition to the Studio 54 hommage.

Hillary Scott does Lady Antebellum proud in this eggplant, ombre’ strapless. The Monique Lhuillier drapes the singer in all the right places, and the strappy Giuseppe Zanotti heels add an unexpected wow factor to balance out the sweet and simple look.

Kelly Rowland stuns in this slim Alberta Ferretti applique number. The blush coloring looks gorgeous against her skin tone, and the opaque decolletage is a prime example of how to do classy sex appeal.

Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry looks Parisian chic in Moschino. Her messy updo pairs perfectly with the soft tulle and delicate sparkle, bringing a casual and angelic look to the ball gown.

Kelly Osbourne proves crazy colorful hair doesn’t have to mean an automatic fashion fail. The punk wunderkind turned full-grown fashionista glows in a metallic, one-shoulder Tony Ward that accentuates her curves and clings to her assets.

The Grammy’s is the perfect time to have a little fun on the red carpet and no one did that better than Lily Aldridge. Floating down the red carpet in this large-scale floral print by Gucci, Lily showed off her baby bump in a flowing maxi dress that was the perfect nod to Spring’s bold color and print trends.

The neo-soul singer looks vintage-fab in her floor-length Giorgio Armani. The three-quarter sleeve, belted-waist gown is stunning on her shape, and has just the right amount of sparkle to avoid taking away from Adele’s flawless face.

Girls don’t have all the fashion fun. Indie sensation Foster the People rocked the red carpet in mix-and-match suiting that represents their laidback California cool vibe.


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