Grammys inspired interiors for SS17

The lines between fashion and interiors blur more by the day, so when the glitterati of the music world got together for the Grammys last night, our eyes were firmly peeled.

The ceremony itself was a politically charged affair, but it was outside on the red carpet that the real drama took place, with certain fashion choices trumping others. As usual, photographers snapped celebs in a litany of weird and wonderful outfits.

From the outlandish to the more refined, we’ve curated our favourite looks based on this season’s hottest trends, and identified some simple ways you can translate these into your home for SS17.

Katy Perry’s luxe look

One of the highlights of the impromptu fashion show was Katy Perry’s eye-catching attire, combining a soft, subtle feather effect skirt with a sparkling gold sequined Tom Ford gown. Worn with her new platinum locks, it was the perfect merger of luxe fabrics and statement touches – much like the High Street Luxe trend that’s set to be an interiors hit this spring and summer.

Combine luxurious leather upholstery with a statement lamp and you’re good to go.

Katy Perry at the Grammys wearing a pink metallic dress. Habitat Lyle sofa and pink and metallic Habitat vases

Katy Perry image from Vogue.com

Adele makes a statement

It was quite a night for Adele; she won five awards (or four and a half, after she broke her gong for best album and gave it to Beyoncé), and still had time to perform a moving, twice started tribute to George Michael. All of this whilst looking resplendent in her khaki dress by Givenchy.

While some of the attendees garnered attention with riotous colour schemes and clashing palettes, Adele’s garb was more refined, instead letting the pattern do the talking. Featuring intricate sleeve detail, patchwork bodice, and a chevron design running down the leg it was a real celebration of statement prints.

For SS17, we’re saying hello to bold prints and statement pattern with rugs featuring geometrics and grid work designs.

Adele at the Grammys in green pattenered dress. Habitat new SS17 bedding and new Habitat patterned rugs.

Adele image from Vogue.com

Beyoncé reigns supreme

Beyoncé perfectly captured both stage style and classic fashion with her two ensembles. Queen Bey crowned the proceedings by delivering a knockout performance dressed in a metallic gold number adorned with roses, complete with a crown-like headpiece.

But it was her second outfit that was most relatable; a shimmering, figure-hugging red sequined gown that showed off those famous curves and her fast growing twin baby bump. The target for many camera lenses, Bey channelled the season’s style of undulating lines and curlicues with a plunging neckline adorned with a jewel-drop necklace.

This spring/summer, we’re all about that curved design as we lead a Retro Revival. Curvy sofas and bullseye print cushions are key for bringing the trend to your home.

Beyonce and Jay-Z at the Grammys in red sequin dress. Habitat retro revival cushions new for SS17

Beyonce and Jay-Z image from Vogue.com

Halsey turns us blue

One of our favourite trends for SS17 was exposed (quite literally) by singer Halsey, who caused a stir with her trouser and jacket two piece in stylish cobalt blue. It was her decision to forgo the undershirt that was a major talking point, with her unzipped jacket leaving little to the imagination.

But for us, her iridescent outfit in that gleaming shade of azure was further confirmation of blue’s place in fashion’s colour palettes for this season. Blue ceramics are where it’s at for SS17 – perfectly showcasing this vibrant colour, with glazing providing the sparkle and shine reminiscent of Halsey’s suit.

Singer Halsey at the Grammys in blue fashion clothing. Habitat blue vases and objects in cobalt blue, new for SS17

Halsey image from Vogue.com

 

When fashion meets interiors

Habitat’s no stranger to the beautiful collision between fashion and interiors. And it’s coming again real soon… keep your peepers peeled for the launch of our second collaboration with fashion designer Henry Holland.

The latest Habitat X House of Holland collection, Free to Roam, lands on 1st March 2017.

 

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