Courtesy of Giorgio Armani Privé
Despite the Grammys being presented digitally, Music’s Biggest Night stays strong on the red carpet front. Country singer Ingrid Andress is attending her first Grammys from home, garnering three nominations for Best New Artist, Best Country Song for Andress’ single “More Hearts Than Mine,” and Best Country Album for her debut drop, Lady Like. With all these accolades, it’s no wonder that the singer opted for a major style moment in Giorgio Armani Privé.
For her Grammys debut, Andress and her stylist, Sonia Young, chose to team up with Giorgio Armani Privé to create a look that is both luxurious, comfortable, and made her feel like her. Specifically, no gowns were in sight. “As someone who doesn’t own a dress, it’s been creatively exciting to work with the amazing Armani team and my stylist, Sonia, to create something uniquely me—feminine while also being true to my personality,” Andress told ELLE.com on her look. The two-piece cream suit is cut to perfection, made complete with a crystal-laden bodysuit and a statement necklace, providing the perfect dose of glamour to celebrate her nominations as an emerging talent on the country music scene.
Young said that working with Armani was a “dream come true,” and that embodying the masculine and feminine is something Armani excels at. “We wanted to put a spin on the classic suit, which Giorgio Armani does in a very sexy, powerful, and classic way.” Young noted that her sparkling look “is even more gorgeous in person,” and we don’t have to take her word for it: It translated beautifully on screen.
Andress is known for wearing sleek suits and casual trousers, making Armani a natural choice. On working with the Italian fashion house, Andress said:“If you told fifteen-year-old me that one day she’d be collaborating with the iconic Giorgio Armani on a custom look for the Grammys, she’d laugh and continue to put on her low-rise skinny jeans. It’s beyond my wildest dreams.”
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