Monday, February 1, 2010

52ND ANNUAL GRAMMY'S BEST & WORSE DRESSES 2010

OUR TOP 5 BEST DRESSES:


Taylor Swift was the big winner of the night. This shimmering sapphire dress from Kaufman Franco was the perfect figure-cligging gown for her with a refreshing neckline that exuded glamour and elegance.


Keri dazzled the red carpet with a beautiful mermaid shaped gown with a jeweled waist. She simply looked classy and feminine in this flattering dress by Dolce & Gabanna.


Pink opted for a old Hollywood glam look and she was simply stunning. The degrade Tony Ward Haute couture gown had gorgeous details to compliment her looks.


Not the most complimentary color on Beyonce, but overall, this dress had a great silhouette and intricate details to hug Beyonce's famous curves. The dress is by Stephane Rolland.


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Rihanna's dress would have been better without all the feather in the front but we do love the drapes in the skirt and that beautiful off-white color.

Our 5 worse dresses:



Imogen Heap walked the red carpet in a custom-designed "Twitter Dress." The tea-length garment--which has its own Twitter feed, of course--displays images sent in real-time by fans using the hashtag #twitdress.According to Heap, the dress was conceived as a way for fans to "accompany [her] on the red carpet."
Needless to say, fans or not, LESS IS MORE!



Nadeea's claims that she's the world's first cross-over Russian superstar, and also that "her dramatic sexy outfits and one-of-a-kind accessories reveal her unique style that makes her a fashion symbol while creating a rage with each new appearance." This is a just a crazy way of being naked on the red carpet. Dot.


So much for a come-back, we would have expected Britney Spears to wow us with a stunning red-carpet look. Instead, her poor taste ridiculized her as mom of 2, trying too hard to be sexy. Britney wore a tacky black lace Dolce & Gabbana dress over a bodysuit with fisnets.


Ciara took a big risk and failed. This haute-couture lace jumpsuit paired with a bejeweled bolero from Givenchy did not make her shine the right way.


We love her and we know she's only putting on a character bu we still have to say her cosmic "costume" made by Armani was not very flattering...

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