Cardi has announced her next venture – she wants to style the stars
Record-breaking Grammy Award winner Bey came on theme for the night, as she scored her 32nd gong (casj) in silver and gold statuesque Gucci.
Shortly after channelling Pamela Anderson in a custom-made lace-up leather gown and boots courtesy of KNWLS, teased ponytail, and drawn-on brows, Doja Cat walked the red carpet in an all-black vinyl Versace look – black gloves, earrings, and hair included. In the words of Donatella Versace herself: “MAJOR gorgeousness.”
Besides taking home his first ever Grammy for Gemini Rights, Steve Lacy won the red carpet with sleek suiting by YSL, topped off with a rhinestone brooch, black clutch, and futuristic, upturned sunglasses. For his performance, he traded in the combo for an all-leather iteration of his signature “Bad Habit” music video look.
Ditching the red carpet, Kendrick Lamar stepped on-stage to accept awards for Best Rap Album, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap performance wearing a windbreaker, paisley tie, and embellished Los Angeles Dodgers hat by Martine Rose.
Fashion’s fave DJ and producer Honey Dijon went all-out Bond Girl on the night, opting for new era Alaïa courtesy of Matthieu Blazy. So, so chic.
Bad Bunny could honestly show up in a bin bag and look hot, no further notes on this mega normcore look.
Nominated in the spoken word poetry category for her book “Call Us What We Carry”, American poet Amanda Gorman served an understated moment in a sweeping Prada slip dress, gold choker, and sandals.