The"WOW" moment of the night definitely goes to Rihanna
. She turned heads in a plunging-down-to-there Scarface-inspired Armani gown she helped design that was reminiscent of J-Lo's iconic Versace at the 2000 Grammy's. Take that, Chris Brown
."It is so simple and chic and just shows off her natural beauty. Her body looks awesome and fit" says celebrity stylist Sophia Banks-Coloma, who has worked with Kirstie Alley
and Kristen Chenoweth
Reality: Typically, if you go with a plunging neckline, you want to avoid the slit up the front, and vice versa. But, we can take a lesson in the basics. "Every girl needs a slinky black dress in her closet that you can throw on at any minute," says celebrity stylist Anya Sarre. However, when it comes to that deep neckline, don't try this at home, kids. Such an extreme front-plunge is a wardrobe-malfunction waiting to happen. My recommendation is to add a strip of sheer fabric, so you don't feel so bare. "No one should attempt this dress unless they have a toned upper body and a smaller chest," Banks-Coloma says. And lots and lots of double-stick tape.