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Fashion Police: 2012 Grammy's

Feb 16, 2012

For the hottest fashions and latest trends, everyone looks to the Red Carpet. At the Emmy’s, Tony’s, Golden Globes® and of course the Oscars®, high fashion is everywhere. At the Grammy’s, however, people tend to showcase their personal style and personalities a bit more.

While many great artists took home their awards, and many other great artists left empty-handed, their fashion is immortalized for all to see – their mistakes as well as their successes. So here they are… Kidzworld Fashion Police’s take on the 2012 Grammy Awards

Style Winners

Lady AntebellumCoutesy of The Grammy's

Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum took home the award for Best Country Album as well as a Kidzworld nod for being stylish and coordinating their outfits with each other while showcasing their individuality.

Katy PerryCoutesy of The Grammy's

Applause goes to Katy Perry, whose gown made her look like a princess and blue hair showed her personal style.

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift, courtesy of The Daily News

Taylor Swift looked beautiful and elegant in her floor-length keyhole gown.
 

Style Losers

Sasha GradivaCoutesy of The Grammy's

Sasha Gradiva, an emerging Russian Pop Star, certainly put herself on everyone’s radar with her choice of accessories… Yikes. Maybe it’s her way of telling everyone to watch out because she’s bringing in the big guns.

Nicki MinajCoutesy of The Grammy's

Nicky Minaj’s obvious grab for attention, arriving in a Little Red Riding Hood getup accompanied by a man dressed as the Pope, really missed the mark when it comes to class, style and good taste.

FergieCoutesy of The Grammy's

Fergie’s orange lace dress wasn’t bad enough, she had to layer it over a pair of grandma-style underwear. Hasn’t she ever heard of a slip?

AdeleCoutesy of The Grammy's

While Adele took home 6 awards, including Best Song and Best Album, her gum-chewing acceptance speech for Best Album ruined her otherwise glamorous look. Major points off for not tucking it into a napkin for the few seconds it took to give thanks.

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