Grammy 2018 Fashions Rihanna, Childish Gambino, Ciara, Rita Ora & More – Pics Here!
The Grammy Week in New York city will probably go down as one of the most exciting week on the year. And except for New York Fashion Week, Grammy Week will probably also go down as one of the most fashionable and designer dominated week in New York. We gathered a few of the hottest looks from the Grammy’s for you below.
We here at FLOSS Magazine are so proud of Cardi B and how far she has come in 365 days. Cardi B is rocking an Ashi Studio Pleated Lace Dress from the brand’s Fall 2017 Couture Collection. Her Jewelry is by Messika Jewelry and Her Shoes are by Christian Louboutin Shoes. The Photos are by INSTARImages Courtesy of Ashi Studio
Childish Gambino is rocking White Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Suit, with Tiffany & Co. Jewelry and Tod’s Shoes. The photo is by INSTARImages
Rihanna is rocking an Adam Selman Crystal-Embellished Dress with Fringe Detailing
Janelle Monae is rocking a Dolce & Gabbana Printed Ensemble from the brand’s Spring 2018 ‘The Secret Show’ Collection. Her jewelry is by Jennifer Fisher Jewelry. The photos are by INSTARImages, Courtesy of Dolce&Gabbana.
Janelle Monae at the Warner Music Pre-Grammy Party rocking a Christian Cowan Printed Ensemble from the brand’s Spring 2018 Collection.
Lady Gaga is rocking an Armani Privé Black Lace Long-sleeved Jumpsuit and a Black Skirt with a High Leg Slit and Extensive Train.
Ciara at the Warner Music Pre-Grammy Party rocking a Michael Ngo Black Top with Zippers. The photos are by INSTARImages
Rita Ora at the Delta Airline’s Pre-Grammy Party rocking a Études Denim outfit from the brand’s Spring 2018 Collection. The photos are by INSTARImages, courtesy of Études.
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