The Best of The Grammys 2014

The 2014 Grammys were as always, a raucous affair. Beyonce and Jay-Z opened the show with their duet Drunk in Love, a performance as equally gushy and raunchy as their black and white beach video. 

Katy Perry wore a musical-note chiffon Valentino gown straight off the couture runway and Pharrell wore an exceedingly tall hat. 

Both Clive Davis & Roc Nation‘s pre-Grammy parties brought out some seriously stunning ensembles, and also forced me to finally admit that Miley Cyrus can dress. 

John Legend‘s wife Christie Teigen was Blush’s queen of the Red Carpet in a Johanna Johnson metallic mermaid dress, perfectly complemented by her ombre locks and Legend’s navy Gucci suit.

Australian rapper, Iggy Azalea, looked like butter wouldn’t melt in an Elie Saab Pre-Fall ’14 white column gown. Her swept back hair and pastel pink lips added to the air of innocuity; you’d never know she wrote a song about her wet kitty.

Damn you Miley Cyrus, I hate that I love this fuzzy shearling coat and slip dress combo, made by the masters of the 90s slip, Calvin Klein
Miley’s outfit was understated and light, made current by the two-strap white block-heels and fully pierced ears. This is how to do pastels.

Rihanna brought a tropical flair to Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party in an Alexandre Vauthier, canary-yellow, silk wrap Couture gown. Rih Rih rolled her sleeves up to show off her henna style tattoos and pointed white nails. With the coral lips, silver jewellery and gold strappys, this shouldn’t work, but obviously on Rihanna it does. 
Jamila x

Bumble and Bumble



Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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