The big music night – 63rd annual Grammy Awards kicked off on Sunday night in Los Angeles with a lot of brilliance and brilliance. Much of it was a virtual affair, with pre-recorded video bytes, star-studded performances and many behind-the-scenes performances from various venues.
Even the red carpet saw some virtual appearance, and some walked it. Although it took place during the very limited pandemic, the fashion at the red carpet was no less, but some of the stars made the heads turn.
While some stars walked the red carpet, dressed by ace designers like Louis Vuitton, Dolce Gabbana or Versace, some stars opted for looks from the Middle East. Some of the best stars in the industry wore clothes from designers from the Middle East.
American singer and songwriter Jhene Aiko, who presented the 2021 premiere ceremony at the Grammy Awards in unprecedented format, provided a beautiful red carpet.
Jhené Aiko, who entered the evening with three nominations for her highly acclaimed album Chilombo, including a nod to the Album of the Year, wore a two-piece ball gown from the Bahrain label Monsoori. She wore a pink, liquid tulle gown with a bubble gum, with a strapless organza top. She completed the look with a rose quartz gracefully by Sydney Evan.
Not only Jhené Aiko, American artist Lizzo also opted for a look by Arab designer Georges Hobeika for the after-party. The R&B pop star introduced her in her beautiful floral Georges Hobeika Couture. The pink-yellow-shade floral decoration on a laser-cut mini-yellow dress was another highlight of the evening by an Arab designer.
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