At the start of the year, Los Angeles hosted the crème de la crème of the American music industry for the 62nd Grammy Awards. A few minutes before the start of the ceremony, we could marvel at the gray XXL dress by Ariana Grande or the green and black Gucci costume by Billie Eilish. This year, the boys had also made an effort.
Billy Porter, the leading actor of the Pose series, once again enchanted the red carpet with an outfit as sumptuous as gadget (the fringes of his hat, like a plastic flap, closed and opened on the face of the actor). Lil Nas X, a nice memes creator who has become an international phenomenon since "Old Town Road", wore his most beautiful candy pink cowboy costume, hiding a leather harness on his chest. The DJ Diplo and his new friend – we see them everywhere together – Orville Peck were also armed with a hat, shirt, big belt that would make Lucky Luke pale with envy. An outfit that, for several months, celebrities have not finished reproducing.
yep @recordingacademy PS the back of my hat had dove wings!
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<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "For Peck, nothing surprising. Crooner fan country, he released his first album, Pony, in 2019. Still hidden behind his mask like a "lone ranger" – he has more than twenty -, the mysterious singer surprises each of his releases, through 'a more flamboyant outfit than the last one. An inspiration he draws from rodeo performers and cowboys with whom he fell in love as a child, who, while spreading their virility, "wore pink, rhinestone costumes, etc." he recalls in the pages of American Vogue. "I found the contrast rather cool, and naturally (…) Read more on Slate.fr
"data-reactid =" 30 "> For Peck, no wonder. A country fan crooner, he released his first album, Pony, in 2019. Still hidden behind his mask like a" lone ranger "- he has more 'twenty-something, the mysterious singer surprises on each of his outings, through a more flamboyant outfit than the last one, an inspiration he draws from rodeo performers and cowboys with whom he fell in love as a child, who, all by displaying their manhood, "wore pink, rhinestone costumes, etc.", he recalls in the pages of American Vogue. "I found the contrast rather cool, and naturally (…) Read more on Slate.fr