Entertainment Style Grammys red carpet style: Only three people looked remotely good
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Grammys red carpet style: Only three people looked remotely good

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Best-dressed at the Grammys was – somewhat surprisingly – Miley Cyrus. Photo: Getty
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Russian fur hats, purple metallic boots, Renaissance-themed pantsuits, fishnet stockings, pointless tiaras and a foetus dress. To say the style on the Grammys red carpet was hideous would be an affront to hideous dressers everywhere. It was catastrophic.

Putting aside the fact the music industry practically has a mandate to shock and scandalise, there was no simply excuse for the plethora of poor fashion decisions that stormed the red carpet in New York City on Sunday (US time).

Many attendees sported white roses in solidarity with the anti-sexual harassment movement seizing Hollywood, but few got the rest of their outfits right.

In fact, The New Daily can identify only three attendees whose red carpet style wasn’t an insult to the eyes of the world: Miley Cyrus, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.

Perhaps best known for sporting nipple pasties and gyrating naked on a wrecking ball, Cyrus arrived at Madison Square Garden looking uncharacteristically demure in a black velvet Jean Paul Gaultier jumpsuit.

She playfully carried her white rose in her hands and appeared totally at ease in front of the hordes of cameramen screaming her name, smiling and tossing her sleek blonde curls (goodbye, platinum pixie crop!) over her shoulder.

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Miley Cyrus’ YSL jumpsuit had stunning details on the shoulders. Photo: Getty

Legend and Teigen, meanwhile, looked like the ultimate Hollywood power couple.

He wore a snappy midnight blue, double-breasted blazer, she sported a dazzling silver sequinned gown from Yanina Couture in a flattering draped silhouette catering to her growing baby bump.

Piano-playing crooner John Legend and his pregnant wife, model Chrissy Teigen, had old-Hollywood glamour nailed. Photo: Getty

As for the rest? Well, it’s better that you see the carnage for yourself. Apologies in advance.

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Hailee Steinfeld was a contender for the best-dressed list until she put on those boots. Photo: Getty
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Cyndi Lauper stole a Renaissance painting and turned it into a pantsuit. Art is dead. Photo: Getty
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In case he forgets his own name, Elton John has rainbow knuckledusters to remind him. If he can see them through those giant shades, that is. Photo: Getty
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Sam Smith paired a t-shirt with a double-breasted suit and looked more like a travelling salesman than a music superstar. Photo: Getty
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Sarah Silverman was dressed as a witch for Halloween – nine months early. Photo: Getty
Singer Joy Villa wore her political views on her dress with this pro-life gown. She also wins the award for the year’s most pointless and irrelevant tiara ever. Photo: Getty
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Anna Kendrick was ready to meet with her accountant to discuss tax returns and mortgage repayments. Photo: Getty
Bring back the meat dress, Lady Gaga. Photo: Getty
Singer Andra Day nails the “corporate nightclub” dress code. Photo: Getty
No comment. Photo: Getty
Rapper Tyler the Creator combines French-designed luxury with Russian cold-weather pragmatism. Here’s hoping it doesn’t catch on. Photo: Getty
Pink’s dress can also be used to clear dust from hard-to-reach areas. Photo: Getty
Kesha’s boots were made for … anything but this suit. Photo: Getty
Ashanti would look lovely on top of a Christmas tree. Photo: Getty
Not quite sure why Jenny McCarthy is there, nor why she’s wearing a blue wig and sheer gloves. Photo: Getty

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