Ahead of a attack of weekend festivities surrounding Sunday’s Grammy Awards, it was announced that attendees were formulation to wear white roses to uncover oneness of a Time’s Up beginning that has shown itself prominently this awards season, from a Golden Globes onward.
Though a song village has been conspicuously wordless amidst revelations of passionate attack and nuisance in a crowd of other industries, from film and conform to politics and business (and on), Sunday night’s attendees wore their white roses shrill and unapproachable — and a flowers were only one of a many political, amicable and sartorial statements that were done on a red carpet.
It’s widely famous that a Grammys red runner is always a many colorful and artistic of a awards season, a proverb being that musicians are some-more peaceful to uncover their celebrity and theatre participation by fashion, while actors play it protected with glamorous-but-traditional looks that will strengthen their flexibility and viability in characters and roles. The risk holding also means that there are some-more matter creation shoes, from outrageously detailed heels to tough, studded boots and copiousness of sneakers.
This was again loyal for this year’s Grammy red carpet, in many ways: Yes, there were white roses, ragged on lapels, carried in hand, hold between a teeth (Miley Cyrus’s take). But there were other sartorial black of activism: Many women, from Janelle Monáe, Cyndi Lauper and Kesha wore pantsuits (a mystic choice that few womanlike other attendees have ragged this awards season), many of that showed off matter shoes.
There were gowns in #TimesUp black and also many in suffragette white. There were many boots — like Hailee Steinfeld’s lead Alexandre Vauthier knee-highs — in place of a customary black and bare sky-high pumps. There were also other statements, from Diane Warren’s “Girl Power” gloves to Lorde’s notecard that was stitched onto a behind of her dress. “My chronicle of a white rose,” a thespian wrote on her Instagram post of a card, that showed a poem by American artist Jenny Holzer.
And while there were also copiousness of group wearing white roses (paired with detailed slippers and white sneakers on foot), there were also many women conspicuously but white roses. Regardless of interpretation, a evening’s conform choices were creative, sundry — and still fun. Scroll by to see all of a statement-making best dressed on a Grammys red carpet.