There was some serious glamour at this year's Grammy Awards, with the music A-listers stepping out in statement-making style. HELLO! Online has enlisted celebrity stylist Miss Molly, who has worked with celebrity clients and on films and photoshoots, to share her insider knowledge on the fashion choices of the Grammy attendees... "FINALLY Adele does not look old of dress or heavy of make up! Wearing a custom made Valentino Couture lantern silhouette dress from SS13 it was an outfit full of firsts for the Brit songstress. Colour, floral, short hem, pretty heels and bare legged. I think she looked sensational, and finally looks young, fresh and vibrant.
It was the night of the jumpsuit seemingly, after SJP absolutely rocked her silky Elie Saab number at the BAFTAS, Queen B(eyonce) looked FIERCE in a monochromatic Osman piece. A brilliant designer showing at LFW in just a few days time, this will ensure the spotlight falls on him more than usual. Beyonce's figure is to die for in this pantsuit, womanly and sexy, I love a cigarette leg and her black platforms were the perfect shoe choice. She looks so classic and classy. Azzedine Alaia had two fabulous outings on the Grammys carpet last night - a sensational red gown worn by Rihanna and a tougher black two piece worn by Alicia Keys. Rihanna looked beautiful, with long tousled hair and classic make up she looked like a movie star. British singer Florence Welsh slinked along the red carpet head to toe in Givenchy Couture. The metallic emerald green was the perfect shade to compliment her firey tresses which she wore in a loose updo, juxtaposed perfectly against the shimmering sleek of her silhouette.
Another Brit in Valentino, fashion muse and red carpet presenter Alexa Chung made us crave for spring in her super cute floral 50's shaped frock, topped off with a classic red lip and sweet crystalled shoes. Taylor Swift worked grecian in J Mendal choosing a white gown with silver detailing and looking every inch the glamourpuss. Katy Perry opted for a rather busty Gucci gown in a gorgeous shade of 50s kitchen green, a sort of seafoamy eau de nil. I think she looked beautiful, I loved the shade against her skin and dark hair, and the long sleeves and hemline allowed for the flesh reveal to remain classy. Kelly Osbourne gets it right every time for me. I loved her minty Zac Posen at the Golden Globes and I LOVE her black Paula Ka for the Grammys. Her violet hair looks so pretty against her skintone and I think Kelly's figure looks sensational. The cut outs added enough sex without removing an inch of her class.
For the boys, it was all about the mighty JT in a fabulously flamboyant and monochrome outfit by Mr Tom Ford. Justin wore a black Moiré silk suit, accessorised perfectly with a pocket square, oversized bow tie and two tone loafers. I personally cannot wait to see where Justin and Tom go, as the singer and designer are set to collaborate on JTs new album. My favourite for the night however has to be Solange Knowles in a striking crystalled emerald green gown by the super talented and lovely Ralph & Russo Couture, set off perfectly with Solange's amazing curls and a spiky neon tangerine shoe to give the look an edge."
Miss Molly has provided styling for films, celebrity clients and photo shoots. To see more of her work, visit missmollyrowe.com.