The Grammys were held in Los Angeles on February 5, and notable members of the music industry attended while showing off their sense of style.
The 65th Annual Grammy Awards: Every Red-Carpet Look
Tems who was nominated alongside Future and Drake for Best Melodic Rap Performance with “Wait for U” arrived in a gold corseted dress from Vivienne Westwood. Numerous celebrities have opted to wear Vivienne Westwood’s works on the red carpet throughout the years because of her unmatched corsetry – take for example Blacpink’s Lisa for the Bulgari Awards.
The gown features a built-in corseted bodice that fits close to the body with a draped floor-sweeping skirt. Tems accentuated her neckline with layered pearl necklace, adding gold pump heels from Tom Ford.
Inside the star-studded ceremony, Tems nabbed her first Grammy during the pre-televised segment. Tems is quickly becoming as a global star in her own right. She hails from Lagos, Nigeria’s thriving cultural hub, which has given birth to a number of fascinating, cutting-edge afrobeats artists like Wizkid and Davido. From Lagos, she launched her debut EP For Broken Ears in 2020, which gave rise to the catchy tune “Free Mind.” As the songwriter of the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever anthem “Lift Me Up” by Rihanna, Tems has a strong chance of winning the Academy Award for “Best Original Song” three years from now.