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  • I can’t say I expected to see Bad Girl RiRi looking like the cake topper at a Barbie-themed birthday party. I also can’t say I necessarily hated her pink Giambattista Valli dress.

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    Rihanna’s rosey confection was just one example of celebrities having fun with fashion on music’s biggest night. We also saw Pharrell Williams in a bellhop outfit paired with shimmering yellow Adidas and the great Madonna in a cleavage-baring Matador-inspired costume.

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    In other words, anything goes on Grammy night — and celebrities took full advantage of the privilege.  

    Here are some of the notable red carpet trends from the evening.


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    Cutouts were a big time trend on the red carpet. Iggy Azalea looked sultry in a blue Armani Privé dress with cutouts around the neckline and bust. Miley Cyrus wore a sexy, revealing (and surprisingly classy) maxi style black dress with cutouts running along her side while Chrissy Teigen opted for

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  • The Grammys are the one award show a year when anything goes when it comes to red carpet style – and the 57th Annual awards show didn’t disappoint. From Madonna’s dominatrix-esque getup to Rihanna’s larger-than-life Giambattista Valli ballgown to Pharrell’s chameleon short suit, there was no shortage of interesting fashion on this year’s red carpet.

    While some celebrities knocked it out of the park, others missed the mark in a major way. We’ve made our decisions regarding who ruled the red carpet, but we want to know what you think. Check out our top picks for best dressed below and then vote for your favourite in our poll. Did we miss someone? Let us know in the comments. We’ll announce the winner on Monday, Feb. 9!


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    Can this woman do no wrong? (The answer is clearly no). Blue Ivy’s mom, who picked up the Grammy for Best R&B Performance, walked the red carpet in a curve-hugging black gown designed by Proenza Schouler. She’s called Queen Bey for a reason, you guys.

    Miley Cyrus

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  • Each month, our editors round up their favourite new and innovative products in the fashion, beauty, food and wellness sectors. Some of these items will make your life easier, while others are simply beautiful and the stuff of our dreams.

    Here’s what we’re most lusting after this month. We hope they delight and inspire you. Tell us, what are you craving most this February?

    Lays Wavy Milk Chocolate Covered Potato Chips

    Bet you can’t eat just one of these deliciously salty and sweet treats. (We certainly couldn’t!) Lays has taken their classic ruffled potato chip and covered one side with a decadent milk chocolate that makes for the perfect snack to satisfy those combination cravings. Just ignore the horrific nutritional information on the back (270 calories and 16g of fat for just 5 chips) and enjoy – Valentine’s Day comes but once a year. Suggested retail price $4.49 per bag, available nationwide at select retailers for a limited time. -Caitlin

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