So the Grammys just happened. Undeniably, they were filled with sultry glamour, power-packed performances and a refreshingly smooth running even in the time of the pandemic. Fashion ranked high in the list of all the exciting things about this year’s Grammy Awards. And like every year, we deduced some of the best fashion moments with a keen eye on the current sartorial trends. If you love red carpets and hopping on the rail of trending fashion, you have just landed on the right page. Read on to see the iconic fashion statements at the Grammys this year, and the associated trends that should creep into your wardrobe soon.
Satin dreams come true ft. Dua Lipa
The British pop sensation Dua Lipa showed how to own satin-silk outfits and then nail them in one’s own legacy. The ‘New Rules’ singer walked like an angel on fire at the Grammys with her subtle powder pink shimmery-satin-silky outfits and blazing performances. She was spot on in collaborating with Versace in creating iconic Grammy outfits in the trending 2021 style — satin and silk. So if you’re planning on investing in a new outfit anytime soon, we recommend getting it in satin. Own the year like Dua Lipa and make your satin dreams come true!
Consolidating leather trend with Harry Styles and Beyoncé
As usual, the fashion world’s dearest Harry Styles showed up in Gucci head-to-toe. What was different was that he was clad in leather this time. The ‘Watermelon Sugar’ singer opened the Grammy Awards with his iconic summer hit and he was shirtless, on top of that he carried a feathered boa and on top of that his hair was slicked! Damn, he raised the temperatures. He took the 2021 leather trend to the next level and perched it on the top of the game. Not to forget, Beyoncé made history last night, becoming the most awarded female artist ever at the Grammys with her 28 lifetime wins. She was seen in a leather custom Schiaparelli couture mini dress.
Get busy with prints like Billie Eilish
We can’t stress enough but busy and contrasting prints from head to toe are going to be big in 2021. Billie Eilish attested to the fact by showing up to the Grammys in Gucci’s bold and busy floral jacquard shirt-and-pants combo outfit. Didn’t you see the latest Instagram feeds and high-fashion streets choked in prints this year? Well, its time to embrace the style and revel in contrasts this year.
Pow(d)er Blue aesthetics of HAIM
The Haim sisters not only charged the stage as they performed ‘The Steps’, but they also ruled the red carpet in their periwinkle Prada. We surely need not say any more about the powder blue trend as it is evident in every fashionable way possible. So what are you waiting for? Dig out the best powder blues in your wardrobes and get ready for the summer of 2021!
Fashion as a statement by Lilly Singh
We rejoice every time someone uses fashion as a tool to make social and political statements. For some time now, fashion is an art of which you all are artists and elitist fashion isn’t fun anymore. Our very own YouTube star Lilly Singh fetched her support to the protesting farmers in India to the global stage of Emmys. Her mask said, “I stand with farmers.” And this is just not a mere fashion trend, it is like vesting a power to carry one’s individualities literally on their sleeves. More power to 2021 and the fashion years to come!
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