Grammys 2021: Harry Styles’ stylist reveals very British reason for his fabulous feather boas

Harry Styles performing at the 2021 Grammys
Harry Styles stunned as he took on the 2021 Grammys (Picture: Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Harry Styles has once again stolen the show, as he stunned at the 2021 Grammys.

We are all in desperate need of a feather boa after the Watermelon Sugar hitmaker made them his wardrobe essential at the awards ceremony.

All eyes were on him as he donned a Gucci yellow and green tweed jacket, with a knitted tank top and brown trousers, pairing it all with a pink feather boa to accept his award.

Meanwhile, for his performance, he switched it up and rocked a leather blazer and matching trousers, this time with a lime green boa.

The former One Direction star, who was seen accidentally dropping an F-bomb as he picked up his award for best solo pop performance, is known for his unconventional sense of style, and he’s able to pull off pretty much every look under the sun.

Need we remind you of his yellow suit for the Brit Awards 2020, or his gorgeous dress for his Vogue shoot earlier this year?

But there was a lot of meaning behind his outfits for the Grammys, with his stylist, Harry Lambert, revealing he wanted the looks to embody his British roots.

‘This is Harry’s first Grammys, and so we wanted to do something that felt British and eccentric,’ he told Vogue.com.

‘A little bit rock ‘n’ roll and a little bit camp. I hope we did this with the mix of the tweed and the boa, [which is] Britishness, rock’n’roll, and camp all rolled into one.’

He added: ‘It was also important to us all that the silhouette for the stage was the same as the red carpet but that the actual looks felt polar opposites.

Harry Styles at the 2021 Grammys
Harry accepted his award in a colourful look (Picture: Getty Images for The Recording Academy)
Harry Styles at the 2021 Grammys
Feather boas all round! (Picture: Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

‘One being patterned and vibrant and the other being more slick and sexy.’

While they’re completely different, the two looks are also tied together as they’re sure to remind fans of the colour palette used in Harry’s Watermelon Sugar music video.

Basically, it’s completely iconic and we’re not surprised Mr Styles has everyone in a fluster.

Clearly obsessed with the looks, one fan wrote on Twitter: ‘“are you okay?” bro harry styles won a grammy tonight and wore two feather boas, and a leather suit, and glittery gold nail polish, and a penis necklace, and mascara, and possibly lipstick, and he did a little dance and hugged billie [Eilish]…. anyways i hope that answers your question.’

‘HARRY IN LEATHER AND A BOA OPENING THE GRAMMYS SINGING WATERMELON SUGAR. OMFG,’ another wrote, while one more said: ‘three different boas. i love harry sm.’

Meanwhile, Harry was also seen catching up with his ex Taylor Swift at the ceremony.

Taylor, 31, and Harry, 27, dated in late 2012, and it seems they’re still completely supportive of each other.

Eagle-eyed fans noticed Taylor, who won album of the year for her record Folklore, was the first to stand up and cheer Harry on when he was announced as a winner.

Then, the pair were seen deep in conversation backstage after they both bagged awards – and we can imagine they’ve got tons to catch up on.

Elsewhere in the show, Billie Eilish and Megan Thee Stallion won big, while Beyonce made history after winning her 28th Grammy.



Grammy Awards full winners list

Album of the year

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? – Billie Eilish

Record of the year

Bad Guy – Billie Eilish

Song of the year

Bad Guy – Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell

Best new artist

Billie Eilish

Best pop solo performance

Truth Hurts – Lizzo

Best rap/sung performance

Higher, DJ Khaled featuring Nipsey Hussle and John Legend

Best country pop/duo performance

Dan + Shay

Best comedy album

Dave Chappelle

Best rap album

Igor, Tyler, the Creator

Best pop duo/group performance

Old Town Road — Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

Best traditional pop vocal album

Look Now — Elvis Costello & The Imposters

Best pop vocal album

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? — Billie Eilish

Best dance recording

Got to Keep On — The Chemical Brothers

Best dance/electronic album

No Geography — The Chemical Brothers

Best contemporary instrumental album

Mettavolution — Rodrigo y Gabriela

Best rock performance

This Land — Gary Clark Jr.

Best metal performance

7empest — Tool

Best rock song

This Land — Gary Clark Jr., songwriter (Gary Clark Jr.)

Best rock album

Social Cues — Cage the Elephant

Best alternative music album

Father of the Bride — Vampire Weekend

Best R&B performance

Come Home — Anderson .Paak Featuring André 3000

Best traditional R&B performance

Jerome — Lizzo

Best R&B song

Sayso — PJ Morton, songwriter (PJ Morton Featuring JoJo)

Best urban contemporary album

Cuz I Love You (Deluxe) — Lizzo

Best R&B album

Ventura — Anderson .Paak

Best rap performance

Racks in the Middle — Nipsey Hussle Featuring Roddy Ricch & Hit-Boy

Best rap/sung performance

Higher — DJ Khaled Featuring Nipsey Hussle & John Legend

Best rap song

A Lot — Jermaine Cole, Dacoury Natche, 21 Savage, & Anthony White, songwriters (21 Savage Featuring J. Cole)

Best rap album

Igor — Tyler, the Creator

Best country solo performance

Ride Me Back Home — Willie Nelson

Best country duo/group performance

Speechless — Dan + Shay

Best country song

Bring My Flowers Now — Brandi Carlile, Phil Hanseroth, Tim Hanseroth, & Tanya Tucker, songwriters (Tanya Tucker)

Best country album

While I’m Livin’ — Tanya Tucker

Best new age album

Wings — Peter Kater

Best improvised jazz solo

Sozinho — Randy Brecker, soloist

Best jazz vocal album

12 Little Spells — Esperanza Spalding

Best jazz instrumental album

Finding Gabriel — Brad Mehldau

Best large jazz ensemble album

The Omni-American Book Club — Brian Lynch Big Band

Best latin jazz album

Antidote — Chick Corea & The Spanish Heart Band

Best gospel performance/song

Love Theory — Kirk Franklin; Kirk Franklin, songwriter

Best contemporary Christian music performance/song

God Only Knows — For King & Country & Dolly Parton; Josh Kerr, Jordan Reynolds, Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone, & Tedd Tjornhom, songwriters

Best gospel album

Long Live Love — Kirk Franklin

Best contemporary Christian music album

Burn the Ships — For King & Country

Best roots gospel album

Testimony — Gloria Gaynor

Best Latin pop album

#ELDISCO — Alejandro Sanz

Best Latin rock, urban or alternative album

El Mal Querer — Rosalía

Best regional Mexican album (Including Tejano)

De Ayer Para Siempre — Mariachi Los Camperos

Best American roots performance

Saint Honesty — Sara Bareilles

Best American roots song

Call My Name — Sarah Jarosz, Aoife O’Donovan, & Sara Watkins, songwriters (I’m With Her)

Best Americana album

Oklahoma, Keb’ Mo’

Best bluegrass album

Tall Fiddler, Michael Cleveland

Best traditional blues album

Tall, Dark & Handsome, Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men

Best contemporary blues album

This Land, Gary Clark Jr.

Best folk album

Patty Griffin, Patty Griffin

Best regional roots music album

Good Time, Ranky Tanky

Best reggae album

Rapture, Koffee

Best world music album

Celia, Angelique Kidjo

Best children’s music album

Ageless Songs for the Child Archetype, Jon Samson

Best spoken word album

Becoming, Michelle Obama

Best comedy album

Sticks & Stones, Dave Chappelle

Best musical theatre album

Hadestown

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media

A Star Is Born

Best score soundtrack for visual media

Chernobyl

Best song written for visual media

I’ll Never Love Again (Film Version), From A Star Is Born

Best album notes

Stax ’68: A Memphis Story — Steve Greenberg, album notes writer (Various Artists)

Best historical album

Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection — Jeff Place & Robert Santelli, compilation producers; Pete Reiniger, mastering engineer (Pete Seeger)

Best engineered album, non-classical

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Rob Kinelski & Finneas O’Connell, engineers; John Greenham, mastering engineer (Billie Eilish)

Producer of the year, non-classical

Finneas

Best remixed recording

I Rise (Tracy Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix) — Tracy Young, remixer (Madonna)

Best music video

Old Town Road (Official Movie) — Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus

Best music film

Homecoming – Beyonce


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