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The 61st annual G rammy Awards took place in the city of LA yesterday, and it got wild. From controversial couture to converse high tops, take a look at how this years line up gave us the shock value we oh so desperately crave.

Cardi B

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Cardi’s first look (out of a total of four that evening) was an oyster archive Thierry Mugler gown. The female rapper resembled a human pearl in this iconic vintage piece.

Joy Villa

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Controversial couture is out in full force this awards season and Joy Villa added another memorable look to the list. The singer took to the carpet wearing a gown inspired by the controversial idioms of the POTUS. Her ‘Build The Wall’ gown featured faux barbed wire, whilst her handbag spelt, ‘Make a America Great Again.’

Du Yun

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Chinese composer Du Yun did not hold back at this year’s awards. The grammy nominee sported an over-the-top vibrant pom pom gown and a striking makeup look.

Tayla Parx

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Always one to break fashion protocol is Tayla Parx. Fashioning converse and over-excessive ruffles, the actress and singer posed playfully for the cameras.

 Ricky Rebel

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Trump-inspired fashion strikes again. Singer Ricky Rebel fashioned an embellished red, white and blue blazer that exclaimed the words ‘Make America Great Again’ and ‘TRUMP’. Subtle.

Tierra Whack

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Grammy nominated artist Tierra Whack brought chaotic couture to this years red carpet. The colourful gown and furry cloak made by Nancy Volpe Beringer was the designer’s red carpet debut.

 Andrea Echeverri

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Fake it ‘til you make it, right? Andrea Echeverri of the Colombian rock group Aterciopelados dressed as an actual Grammy on this year’s red carpet. The black and gold ensemble beared resemblance to a gramophone statuette. 

(See also: Tatlergram: Best Dressed At The 2019 Golden Globes)

Tags: Celebrity, Red Carpet, Grammy Awards, Fashion, Grammy