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Rihanna's crimson Alaia gown steals the show at Grammys
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Feb '13
courtesy: Los Angeles Times
courtesy: Los Angeles Times
Every year, it seems that the star performers at the Grammy Awards just cannot cease to surprise the onlookers with their sometimes eclectic and sometimes bizarre sartorial choices.
 
At the recently held 55th Grammys, the ravishing American singer Beyonce made a style statement in a neat graphic black and white crepe jumpsuit designed by the British-born designer Osman Yousefzada.
 
Another energetic California-born 28-year-old recording artist Katy Perry graced the red carpet in a body hugging, cleavage showing, long-sleeved minty green Gucci gown whereas the music lovers’ favourite curvaceous Jennifer Lopez turned out at the heavy duty event in a simple yet classy black one-shouldered Anthony Vaccarello dress.
 
However, the most eye-catching moment for the fashionistas came through Rihanna’s breathtaking outfit. The Barbadian singer-cum-actress stole the show in a hot crimson coloured, cross-front sheer gown designed by the Tunisian-born couturier Azzedine Alaïa.

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