FASH­ION PO­LICE

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The 58th Grammy Awards took place this week in Los An­ge­les and hon­oured some of the best mu­si­cal tal­ent in the world. Gugulethu Mh­lungu gives you the low-down on who wore what to the pres­ti­gious show

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MAYBE Al­bum of the Year win­ner Tay­lor Swift wore this cus­tom Donatella Ver­sace colour block­ing red ban­dage top with a bright cerise skirt. The skirt was just fan­tas­tic, and the high slit was nice to see. The top, how­ever, lets down a great skirt. NO Lady Gaga, who gave a well­re­ceived David Bowie trib­ute per­for­mance, ar­rived in this won­drous elec­tric-blue en­sem­ble by Marc Jacobs. It cer­tainly wasn’t sub­tle, or pretty (those shoes are pos­i­tively hideous), but she sure as hell stood out. YES Adele, whose per­for­mance was marred by tech­ni­cal is­sues, wore a shim­mery black Givenchy gown. Some of the sparkle and shine was a li­i­i­i­itle too much, but I re­ally like how it em­pha­sises her waist. An over­all pretty out­fit.

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YES Queen of the world Bey­oncé is not known for her style. In fact, her style is quiet meh, and very of­ten some of her best red car­pet looks are less about how good she looks in the dress, and more about but how gor­geous she is. That’s what hap­pened here. Her Dior frock isn’t par­tic­u­larly great, but she looks beau­ti­ful in it.

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YES Ciara and her con­sis­tent red car­pet slay looked fab. She re­ally is a gor­geous some­one with good style. This su­per­sexy back­less draped black Alexan­dre Vau­thier num­ber looked hot on her, es­pe­cially that hip-high slit, even though it’s very rude to be in such great shape. YES Mum-to-be, model and pre­sen­ter Chrissy Teigen looked like a dream in this caped floor­length gown, which showed off her baby bump. The sim­plic­ity of the body of the dress al­lowed the ul­tra­glam cape to shine. One of the best looks of the night.

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