Best Dressed for Grammys 2018

There were so many beautifully texturized dresses at the 2018 Grammys.  Here are some of my top choices this year.  

Katie Holmes - Zac Posen |  Ashanti - Yas Couture 

Janelle Monáe - Dolce Gabbana | Chrissy Teigen - Yanin Couture

Miley Cyrus - Jean Paul Gaultier | Lady Gaga - Giorgio Armani

Then vs Now: SAG Awards

After an all black theme at the Golden Globes the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards brought color back to the red carpet.  Decades old yet always familiar design elements reappeared as well, including pattern, deep necklines, exaggerated bows, cobalt blues, and shirtdress gowns.

Then vs Now: Golden Globes

The dresses worn on the red carpet at the Golden Globes made a loud statement. The men and women of Hollywood all wore black to show their support of the #MeToo movement. Here are some looks from past Golden Globes that resemble those worn this year. 

What Would She Wear?

Many celebrities have a very distinct style. Here we have taken looks from the New York Pre-Fall 2018 shows and paired them with the perfect celebrity. 

Then vs Now: 90's

The 1990's were known for trends such as denim on denim, slip dresses, and grunge. Here are some Spring/Summer 18 looks that definitely used inspiration from the 90's. 

Then vs Now: 80's

The 1980's were bold and bright. Fishnets, shoulder pads and vibrant patterns were some of the iconic trends of the decade. Here are some Spring/Summer 18 looks that give off an 80's vibe.


The 1970's were a time of rich textures and bright colors. Shift dresses, flared jeans and bell sleeves were the epitome of the hippie decade. Here are some Spring/Summer 2018 looks that reflect the boho-esque trends of the 70's. 

Then vs now: 60's

The 60's were a time known for high waisted silhouettes, colorful prints, and breaking fashion traditions. Hemlines became shorter and women's clothing became less matronly. Here are some Spring/Summer 2018 looks that bring back the styles of the 60s.  

Then & Now: Spring/Summer 1998 v. 2018

These modern Spring/Summer 2018 looks show how designers have maintained their integrity throughout the years. In the past two decades, trends and styles have transformed, yet these collections show how they remain true to their aesthetic while adopting new design elements.

Fashion inspired by art

These Spring/Summer 2018 runway looks drew inspiration from works of art. Classic paintings from famous artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Jackson Pollock have been transformed into garments worn today. 

Menswear - What kind of guy are you?

We paired these menswear fashion week looks from Spring/Summer 2018 with a complementary spirit. These masculine bottles reflect the seasonal colors of the New York Runways. 

Bridal Fall 2018

Bridal Fashion Week showcased many classic silhouettes while also incorporating nontraditional twists with capes, trousers and tulle. By utilizing similar trends, designers created diverse looks for every type of bride. 






Designers gain inspiration from natural elements quite often. From Chanel's waterfall skirt to Oscar de la Renta's gradient night sky tulle, these looks all mirror a piece of nature. 

Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion week has come to an end and we've collected all of the common trends that ruled the runway. Here are the looks from Paris that incorporated similar components. 

LEATHER- Many designers used leather to create sleek looks and unique statement pieces such as a pencil skirt, jumpsuit, trench coat, lace up pants, and high-waisted shorts. 

LONG & FLOWY- These looks flowed down the runway. Designers used romantic silks and chiffons to create effortless fluid movement. 

RUFFLED TEXTURES- While tulle has been a prominent element during Fashion Week 2017, designers also used ruffles and textures to add voluminous dimension to their creations.

EXAGGERATED PANT SUITS- Here we see how designers transformed pant suits with exaggerated elements.  Akris used oversized appliqués, Alexander McQueen executed oversized shoulders, Givenchy showcased a cinched waist, Balmain incorporated bold and contrasting prints and John Galliano applied many different design aspects including pleats, ruffles, and a longline blazer.