18 Feb Best Dressed at the 2016 Grammys
Take a look at our top 6 dressed celebrities at this years Grammy Awards
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The singer shone in a stunning, glittery, floor length gown designed by Calvin Klein. Featuring sexy side cutouts, a V-shaped neckline and a criss-cross back, Selena showed off her incredible figure in this dark blue gown.
The Grammy winning singer showed that putting together two daring colours (such as fuscia and orange) can truly work in your favour. Taylor paired a bright orange crop top with a full floor length fuscia skirt, both designed by Atelier Versace. Strappy metallic gold heels and a multi-coloured sapphire necklace added some sparkle to the look. Taylor also donned a new hairstyle; a short blonde bob with a front fringe.
The Big Bang Theory star ticked all the right boxes in a white sequined jumpsuit by Naeem Khan. The actress showed off her killer figure with a triangular midriff cutout and plunging V-neckline. She paired the get-up with a champagne clutch and her signature ombre blonde bob.
The “Focus” singer turned heads once again in this stunning floor length silk gown with fluted skirt by Romona Keveza. A sparkly Jimmy Choo clutch and wide bracelet added some shine to the look, which wouldn’t be complete without her signature high ponytail.
The actress, singer and new face of Covergirl opted for a gender neutral outfit, donning a Dsquared2 black double breasted suit with white collared shirt and black heels. We aren’t too sure about the David Bowie inspired mullet hairstyle, but she definitely pulled it off in a tribute to the late singer.
Trust Lady Gaga to stand out no matter what. The pop queen slayed this year’s awards with another tribute to the late David Bowie. Electric blue glitter eye makeup accentuated the singer’s Marc Jacobs double breasted satin coat dress with multi-coloured sequins and decorative metallic embellishments. No Gaga look would be complete without her signature sky high heels, which Gaga matched with her newly dyed bright orange locks.