Worst Dressed: Grammy Awards 2015
Celebrity style or lack there of? We all know who looked fab on the red carpet this year, but what about all of the worst dressed celebs that walked down the red carpet begging us to ask why and scream no? We’ve seen the widely debated Giambattista Valli Haute Couture bubblegum pink number Rihanna wore. Queen Bey looked flawless in custom Proenza Schouler, and two of my favorite looks came from Gwen Stefani in Atelier Versace and Anna Kendrick in a sleek black suit from Band of Outsiders. With so many fashion successes, you have to wonder about the failures. Do their stylists allow them to wear these monstrosities, or is it a case of celebrity knows best? Well, I can’t tell you why, but I can tell you who. Take a peek at my list of worst dressed celebs.
1. Jane Fonda in Balmain
I’m not sure where Mrs. Fonda was going with this one, but this jumpsuit seems more appropriate for Comic Con.
2.Madonna in custom Givenchy
Please, just give it up already.
3. Charlie XCX in Moschino
The facial expression says it all, poor Charlie looks like a sad Playboy bunny who was forced to put clothes on.
4.Nick Jonas in Versace
I wanted to like this one because, you know, Nick’s all grown up and what not, but something is off here. I’ll attribute it to the slip-on white sneakers.
5. Jennifer Hudson in Tom Ford
BORING. Snooze fest. Need I say more?
6. Pharrell Williams & Helen Lasichanh in Adidas
I actually like Pharrell’s look, but Helen’s jumpsuit is throwing the duo off track.
7. Miley Cyrus in Alexandre Vauthier
I appreciate the simplicity, but this dress is extremely underwhelming and unflattering.
8. Rita Ora in custom Prada
Rita Ora seems to be channeling Rihanna lately, but unfortunately she doesn’t have the same presence.
9.Meghan Trainor in Galia Lahav
The “All About That Bass” singer shows how goth chic can go wrong.
10. Joy Villa in Andre Soriano
I assume Miss Villa was trying to start a sustainability conversation by wearing recyclable fencing material, but instead she left us all speechless and horrified.
Of course it’s everyone’s right to feel comfortable in what they wear, and if that’s the case here then I’ll begrudgingly employ the phrase “whatever works”.