The “great night of music” was held last night in Los Angeles. A hybrid gala that returned to pick up outfits before which to fall asleep. Discover the best dressed of the ceremony!
From Taylor Swift to Noah Cyrus, the best looks from the 2021 Grammy red carpet.
Last night the 63rd edition of the Grammy Awards was held in Los Angeles, an evening that featured women. Some awards are given by the Recording Academy of the United States. The “great night of music” was held at the Staples Center, where they are used to doing big concerts and sporting events. It was a hybrid gala, with all security measures in place, where celebrities were able to wear their best designs on the red carpet. A few weeks ago we inaugurated the awards season and, even though they are hybrid events, the attendees of the different deliveries have shown us that in shining with heart attack styles no one beats them -even by connecting via telematics and being on the sofa of their houses-. Last night at the 2021 Grammys, the celebs managed, with their outfits, to disconnect us from a pandemic that has been dragging us for more than a year. Also, it was a ceremony marked by the denunciation of police brutality and discrimination suffered by the American population in the country. Both some musical performances that took place on the Grammy stage and the lyrics of Beyoncé’s songs and HER, for which they were awarded, were launched to support racial protests.
THESE ARE THE BEST LOOKS ON THE 2021 GRAMMY RED CARPET
The singer opted for a mini dress with embroidered flowers and a Perkins neckline under the signature of Oscar de la Renta. Taylor Swift won in the category of best album for Folklore and it is the third time in her career that she has been added with this award.
Dua Lipa opted for a transparency design by Atelier Versace. The singer won the Grammy for a best vocal pop album for Future Nostalgia.
Beyoncé was crowned last night as the artist with the most Grammy in history. She already accumulates 28, 4 of which she took yesterday. Among them, the award for the best R&B performance for Black Parade, a song she released in support of racial protests in the United States. As for styling, we saw her dazzling with a tight black mini dress from the Schiaparelli firm.
HER fell in love with her maroon tunic dress with matching Dundas signature pants. The fourth main award of the night went to her. He took the song of the year for I Can’t Breathe. A theme also inspired by the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police.
Mickey Guyton wore a long look of chiffon and embroidered flowers by the signature Valentino.