It’s always been my understanding that the Grammys are Hollywood’s Halloween of sorts. For one night, all bets are off. You can stray from safe, bring the hem line up, and add an inch (or 5) on your heel. Alas, this year’s Grammy’s seemed to pull a page from the always safe Oscars: a bunch of yawns, and too many huge misses. Here’s a look at the best (and worst!) of what the red carpet had to offer tonight.
This year’s first red carpet has finally been walked. For the most part, no drastic fashion statements were made. Purple was the color of the evening (Nine’s Fergie, 30 Rock’s Jane Krakowski, Damages’ Rose Byrne, Alfre Woodard, The Blind Side’s Sandra Bullock, Leona Lewis) and the Haiti support pins were without a doubt the accessory of the evening.
Fashion editors and stylists took note after Natasha Poly walked down the runway in the bondaged masterpiece that quite possibly defined Frida Giannini’s Spring 2010 collection for Gucci. But in a collection full of architectural masterpieces and playful ikat print frocks, can’t more of the collection be shown?
Can Lady Gaga save Polaroid? The once-defunct camera company is back, and betting that the “Paparazzi” star will be able to bring Polaroid back into the (self-paparazzi) fray.