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When it comes to designing show-stopping looks for the red carpet, one of the best out there is Christian Siriano: Just check out the 2020 Grammys red carpet for proof. The Bravo's Project Runway mentor was hard at work for the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, providing head-turning ensembles for everyone from Lizzo to Shania Twain.
Chart-topping artist Lizzo opened the show in a custom Christian Siriano black crystal fan collar ballgown. She finished off her memorable ensemble with long, flowing, Cher-inspired waves created by celebrity hairstylist Shelby Swain.
As if that wasn't enough to set the internet on fire, Christian also designed a white tuxedo-inspired ball gown for Demi Lovato's triumphant return to the Grammy Awards stage. Demi's angelic performance look featured a tailored top with a cinch-waist bodice and Christian's signature, floor-sweeping, skirted bottom. Demi's couture-level gown was paired with waist-length waves and a subtle bronze glow.
Christian didn't stop there. Country artist and all around Bravo muse Shania Twain donned a black polka dot tulle sleeve gown with a high-neck ruffle detail and cheeky black mini shorts for her turn on the red carpet. The youthful, semi-sheer ensemble was ripped straight from Christian's Spring 2020 runway show with a few customized details added for extra drama. Shania added a trendy high ponytail to her outfit for a playful effect.
Best New Artist nominee Yola also rocked a custom Christian Siriano frock for the event. Her fuchsia sequin fringe gown featured a sleek silhouette and sultry v-neck that was perfectly complemented by her high-volume curls and metallic eyeshadow.
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