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The 2015 Grammy Awards & Fashion Wins

The 2015 Grammy Awards brought the biggest names in music together to celebrate their achievements for the year. When it comes to fashion at these events, women tend to earn most of the spotlight. However, this year’s awards saw a number of great fashion selections from the men, and we’re taking a look at some of the best dressed male celebrities. John Legend John Legend had one of the best performances of the night singing “Glory” from the film Selma with Common, but he also earned a stand-out performance with his choice of red carpet attire. The singer wore a soft gray suit with shawl...

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2013 Grammy Awards: Red Carpet Coverage

[caption id="attachment_1615" align="alignleft" width="300"] Justin Timberlake definitely knows how to bring sexy back again and again.[/caption] The Grammy Awards is an annual commemoration that awards each year’s outstanding artists in musical melody and production. The  most notable winners of this year's ceremony include Mumford and Sons, Fun., and The Black Keys. All musical preference aside, the 55th Grammy Awards also made way for one vital statement: the sharp reminder that men’s formal wear is constantly progressing and reshaping. Who knew that a fresh generation of music could also bring about a brand new line up of tuxedos? Blues rocker and...

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Down Under 2010 ARIAs Offer Youthful Formal Fashion

[caption id="attachment_127" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="“Operator Please did not phone it in when it came to their attire at the ARIAs”"][/caption]Australia’s version of the GRAMMYS was held this week and there were some great and really terrible looks. One group that caught my eye, and the eye of many others, was the popular rock group Operator Please. As many reviewers noted, this youthful combination of guys and gals got it right in terms of their age and the occasion. Off Beat Formal Yes, pun intended, these musicians were a bit off beat in their fashion choices and yet appropriate and sort...

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