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Bling it On at the Grammy Awards

The best dressed songstresses brought out the bling (and didn’t miss a style beat) at music’s biggest night—also known as the 2019 Grammy Awards! Sparkly gowns finished with luxe extras epitomized exactly what we hope to see on a red carpet…bling. And with that our winners are…

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Lady Gaga is a staple on the awards season fashion circuit this year, with the acting and singing nods she’s pulling in for her role in the movie ‘A Star is Born’—not that we’re complaining. Last night Gaga had us gaga over her metallic silver, high shine Cèline gown and Tiffany Co. jewels (she was reportedly drowning in over 100 carats of diamonds!). Oh, and we should mention Gaga took home three trophies: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Song Written For Visual Media for ‘Shallow,’ and Best Pop Solo Performance for ‘Joanne.’

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Dua Lipa may have won Grammys for Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording for ‘Electricity’ with Silk City, but her sequinned, silver Versace gown with a sweetheart neckline, had us cheering the loudest. The long train of the dress paired with Bvlgari jewellery, was just the right mix of drama and decadence. 

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Before opening the show by performing her hit song ‘Havana,’ Camila Cabello was all that glitters in this fitted Armani Privé, pink gown. With long-sleeves, a high-neck and a cut-out back, this sparkly dress hugged Cabello’s figure perfectly. Harry Winston jewellery and Tamara Mellon heels ended the song (we mean, look) on a stylish note.

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Karl Lagerfeld, Iconic Fashion Designer, Has Died

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Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion icon and creative director of Chanel and Fendi has passed away at the age of 85. The exact cause of death is unknown.

Lagerfeld took over the reins of Chanel back in 1983, reviving the brand among young women and leading it ever since. The outspoken designer was one of fashion’s most recognizable figures with his signature black and white clothing, ponytail and dark glasses.

Celebrities, fellow fashion designers and Chanel have shared their sadness over the news.

  

It is with deep sadness that the House of CHANEL announces the passing of Karl Lagerfeld, the Creative Director for the CHANEL Fashion House since 1983. An extraordinary creative individual, Karl Lagerfeld reinvented the brand’s codes created by Gabrielle Chanel: the CHANEL jacket and suit, the little black dress, the precious tweeds, the two-tone shoes, the quilted handbags, the pearls and costume jewelry. Regarding Gabrielle Chanel, he said, “My job is not to do what she did, but what she would have done. The good thing about Chanel is it is an idea you can adapt to many things.” A prolific creative mind with endless imagination, Karl Lagerfeld explored many artistic horizons, including photography and short films. The House of CHANEL benefited from his talent for all the branding campaigns related to Fashion since 1987. Finally, one cannot refer to Karl Lagerfeld without mentioning his innate sense of repartee and self-mockery. Alain Wertheimer, CEO of CHANEL, said: “Thanks to his creative genius, generosity and exceptional intuition, Karl Lagerfeld was ahead of his time, which widely contributed to the House of CHANEL’s success throughout the world. Today, not only have I lost a friend, but we have all lost an extraordinary creative mind to whom I gave carte blanche in the early 1980s to reinvent the brand.” Bruno Pavlovsky, President of Fashion at CHANEL, said: “Fashion show after fashion show, collection after collection, Karl Lagerfeld left his mark on the legend of Gabrielle Chanel and the history of the House of CHANEL. He steadfastly promoted the talent and expertise of CHANEL’s ateliers and Métiers d’Art, allowing this exceptional know-how to shine throughout the world. The greatest tribute we can pay today is to continue to follow the path he traced by – to quote Karl – ‘continuing to embrace the present and invent the future’.” Virginie Viard, Director of CHANEL’s Fashion Creation Studio and Karl Lagerfeld’s closest collaborator for more than 30 years, has been entrusted by Alain Wertheimer with the creative work for the collections, so that the legacy of Gabrielle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld can live on.

A post shared by CHANEL (@chanelofficial) on Feb 19, 2019 at 5:59am PST

 

Karl your genius touched the lives of so many, especially Gianni and I. We will never forget your incredible talent and endless inspiration. We were always learning from you.

A post shared by Donatella Versace (@donatella_versace) on Feb 19, 2019 at 3:51am PST

 

Karl .. too many memories to write … , I THANK YOU , THANK YOU, THANK YOU !!! For taking the chance on 16 year old girl from South London and opening my eyes . May you Rest with Highest 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔🙏🏾@karllagerfeld @chanelofficial @fendi @chloe

A post shared by Naomi Campbell (@naomi) on Feb 19, 2019 at 7:04am PST

 

@karllagerfeld your incredible talent and joie de vivre will be missed by all of us who love fashion and you 💔

A post shared by Cindy Crawford (@cindycrawford) on Feb 19, 2019 at 7:47am PST

 

So incredibly sad to hear this. Karl was a genius and always so kind and generous to me both personally and professionally. RIP 💔x vb

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Red Carpet Style At The Hollywood Beauty Awards

Lights, camera, action…the Hollywood Beauty Awards were handed out Saturday night at The Avalon in Hollywood (err…naturally). Although the night was mostly about celebrating glam squads and celebrity stylists, the red carpet looks worn by the stars (all dressed in black, we might add) in attendance stole some of the limelight…in a good way.

Photo: Courtesy of @Nina Instagram. 

Canadian cutie Nina Dobrev looked picture perfect in a one-shoulder, bejewelled—check that sparkle—Michael Kors gown. Dobrev’s centre part and bold lip lent to her glamorous look, as did the gown’s thigh-high slit that revealed her gorgeous gams.

Photo: Courtesy of @michaelcostello Instagram. 

Enlisting designer Michael Costello for her custom, leather jumpsuit, songstress Ciara looked nothing short of fierce. The overall body-hugging fit, strong-shoulders, and revealing neckline, showed off her enviable figure, and delivered a hint of badass.

Photo: Courtesy of @ashleesimpsonross Instagram. 

Ashlee Simpson Ross went full sequins, in a shiny, black Galia Lahav dress with major shoulder pads. Accessorizing with statement earrings, cocktail rings, and husband Evan (Ross), the blonde beauty dressed to impress.

Photo: Courtesy of @chrisappleton1 Instagram.

Presenting the Lori McCoy-Bell Hairstyling Award to Chris Appleton, Kim Kardashian hit up the archives and wore a barely there, vintage Thierry Mugler dress. Luckily, no hair or wardrobe malfunctions ensued.

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Pretty in Pink at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

It’s award show season in Lalaland! Last night the ‘red’ carpet may have been rolled out at The Shrine Auditorium for the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, but ‘pink’ was the hue du jour. Here are some leading ladies who spent their evening, pretty in pink.

Emily Blunt, who won the SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for A Quiet Place, dazzled in a sparkling, bubblegum pink Michael Kors gown with dramatic satin, ruffled shoulders. This look is what Hollywood glamour is all about.

The skirt of Gemma Chan’s one-shoulder Oscar de la Renta gown spoke playful volumes, with its layered pleated petals. Finishing touches to the Crazy Rich Asians star’s look included Harry Winston statement earrings and ring, and a swipe of Sulwhasoo Essential Lip Serum Stick in Sweet Pink.

Yara Shahidi + Fendi Couture = sugary pink perfection. Her sequined jumpsuit worn under a tulle dress with bejeweled collar also makes for a fast-track to the after-party (no need to change out of this fun and flirty ensemble).

HOT in hot pink, Laura Harrier donned a custom Loewe gown and multi-coloured Bulgari baubles. The draping, poofy sleeves are ultra-feminine and princess-like.

Glow actress Britt Baron opted for a delicate, rose pink ball gown that was cinched at the waist with a black ribbon. Glistening in Hearts on Fire diamonds, Baron joined her castmates in winning the award for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series.

Next up…the Oscars! 

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