Grammy winner Tyler, the Creator had one of the most eye-catching red-carpet looks of the night, dressed in a pink and red bellhop-inspired Golf Le Fleur suit.
The rapper paired the look with a matching, boxy suitcase, which he opened up for red-carpet photographers showing the pink-and-red-striped shirt and trousers that he later changed into to accept his award for Best Rap Album.
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Rapper @YG honored Kobe Bryant by sporting a number 8 L.A. Lakers jersey while holding hands with singer @Kehlani at the Universal Music Group’s Grammy after-party.
@BillieEilish — the second artist in Grammy history to sweep all four major categories including album of the year — was also at the party in a third @gucci look for about 30 minutes.
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Cardi B teamed with Mugler for another high-fashion Grammys moment.
The Grammy winner (featured here at the Grammys pre-party), who skipped out on the 2020 Grammy Awards red carpet, joined forces with Mugler designer Casey Cadwallader and her stylist, Kollin Carter, to create a custom-made nude dress embellished with an array of crystals and a cascading train. Cardi paired the look with a custom-made Gismondi 1754 necklace featuring 310 carats of white diamonds.
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The somber mood of the 2020 Grammys telecast was balanced with a number of highlights, including @lilnasx performing with @bts.bighitofficial.
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Sundance Film Festival kicked off this weekend with buzzy premieres and celebrity sightings.
The notable films included “Zola,” “Promising Young Woman” and “Shirley” which all come from female directors, telling the story of women’s lives.
“She’s sort of like a real-life superhero, right?” “Zola” director Janicza Bravo (seen here with actor @nicholasbraun) said onstage following the screening of the story’s creator, Aziah “Zola” Wells. “Her voice is the voice I wish I had, or maybe the quietest voice inside of me.”
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Report: @leighen & @ktauer