Fabulous Looks: Grammy Awards 2014

Posted on 27/01/14 by Freida Rothman

Here are some of the hottest looks from this years Grammys Awards, music’s most celebrated night. This year we saw many elegant high neck dresses trending as well as new and unique textures like metals and sequence. 

Beyonce's cream lace embroidered gown showed off her curves while staying true to her sexy and sleek style.

Taylor Swift's Gucci gown caught everyones eyes, sending off an effortlessly chic vibe as she rocked the red carpet.

Our third fave look, was a white hot sparkly floor length gown worn by Paris Hilton. 

                             

Along with the gorgeous gowns, we saw some phenomenal hair and makeup styles to accompany the stars overall looks. From natural gold tones to dark smokey eyes, these are the top hair/makeup looks from the Grammys. 

While Rita ditched her signature red lip, she still looked stunning with a nude one, dark-rimmed eyes, and voluminous curls.

A mega ballerina bun, white luminizer, and light pink lips pulled together Katy’s whimsical look. 

Taylor proved that you can wear a stunning beaded gown with a sporty ponytail. The silvery shadow at the inner corner of her cat eyes picked up the sheen from her dress and made her eyes pop.

 

                             

 

 

Freida Rothman has proudly partnered with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York, offering a collection of her meaningful jewelry pieces at the museum gift shop.

As a native New Yorker, partnering with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is an honor. Each piece from her collection tells a story of strength, honor and hope, paying tribute to the resilience of the city and to all those affected.

Having been shaped so significantly by both the Holocaust and then 9/11, Freida crafts pieces that pay homage to her beloved New York and underscore the importance of never forgetting. The 9/11 Museum gift shop proudly sells several of the pieces, honoring those killed on 9/11, the first responders who risked their lives to help others, and the city residents who came together in the days that followed the attacks. One of the pieces is the Honor Chain Link Pendant Necklace which Freida designed in collaboration with female West Point Military Academy graduates.

“We used the words “Honor” and “Courage” in recognition of first responders who embody these qualities.“ “We wanted to pay tribute to these brave men and women who risk their lives to help others."

Freida Rothman

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum featured Freida Rothman, her story and her collections with the above video and below blog post.