Desi designer wear at Grammys red carpet

  • Rihanna turned all heads in her direction in a black gown with plunging neckine and high slit.

  • Katy Perry was spotted with blue hair that complemented her full-length baby-blue gown with a plunging back.

  • Carrie Underwood looks average in a shimmering white-silver Gomez-Garcia gown with a Swarovski black clutch.

  • Sasha Gradiva wore a baby-pink gown with a strange accessory-machine-gun adorning her right sleeve. Minus the gun, she looks absolutely stunning.

  • Priyanka Chopra donned a Gauri-Nainika gown at the 54th Grammys. However, she didn't make it to the red carpet as she got late.

  • Fergie wore a bright orange peek-a-boo Jean Paul Gaultier gown revealing black bra and panties beneath. She looked absolutely hideous and insulted the pretty gown.

  • Nicki Minaj shocked everyone in a red Versace couture hooded cape.

  • Lady Gaga donned a black Chanel gown adorned with silver chains and dramatic net over her face.

  • Adele sported a classic look in a long black beaded gown.

  • Mika Newton looks pretty in a black gown with plunging neckline.

Indian fashion once again got some global flavour, when Indian American actor Janina Gavankar wore a Gaurav Gupta dress to the Grammy awards red carpet function, held earlier this month. The 31-year-old actor, more famous for appearing in the hit TV series Grey’s Anatomy, wore a white mermaid dress to the high glam event.

Delighted at the fact that Gavankar wore his dress, Gupta says, “Janina is a perfect choice for this dress. She is strong, vivacious, confident yet magnanimously feminine. I’m glad she wore the dress, she looks stunning in it.’’

The pristine white form-fitting dress mermaid dress had pretty lace work with three dimensional embroidery, and looked appropriate for the red carpet gala evening. Janina kept the accessories minimal and just painted her pout red, letting the dress be the star of the evening. 

 

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