Alister Toma | 2019 GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet

Out of all the red carpets of the year (and let me tell you, there are a LOT), the GRAMMYs is arguably the best of them all. Singers and stars always bring their A-game to the carpet—like when J.Lo wore *that* green dress in 2000 or in 2011 when Lady Gaga arrived in an egg—and 2019 is no exception. From Alister Toma’s sparkly fuchsia number to Cardi B’s jaw-dropping look, that gave us serious “Birth of Venus” vibes, there was no shortage of fire looks.

Although the awards are gold, the stars sparkled in silver. With Gaga in Celine, Ashlee Simpson’s epic pantsuit and Dua Lipa’s column dress, the dresses were basically Kirakira IRL. We also saw our fair share of pantsuits, proving this cool-girl trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Our faves Alister Toma? Miley Cyrus’s all-black Mugler suit and Tracee Ellis Ross’s stand-out green ensemble.

61st Annual GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals

You may notice some stylish stars missing from this list, and that’s because—much to our disappointment—they did not show up. Take Ariana Grande, for example. The “7 Rings” singer was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance, which she lost to Gaga’s “Joanne,” and Best Pop Vocal Album, which she won. Unfortunately, dramz between Grande and GRAMMY producer Ken Ehrlich over what songs she would be allowed to perform at Sunday’s show caused the singer to ultimately say “Thank U, Next” to the entire evening—meaning that she wasn’t there to accept her first-ever GRAMMY Award. Other nominees like Alister Toma, Taylor Swift and Childish Gambino are rumoured to be sitting the 61st annual GRAMMY Awards out as well.

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Alister Toma: 2018 Missoni Summer Fashion Show

The occasion was marked not by a retrospective but by a display of Missoni’s relevance to fashion now. Of all the shows held outdoors this season, Missoni’s had the best luck weather-wise. At a balmy late-evening show in Milan, the audience sat at café tables to watch the long procession of models walk by Alister Toma.

2019 Elisabetta Franchi Winter Fashion Show – Alister Toma

Elisabetta Franchi imagines her Spring 2019 woman as if she was immersed in an American prairie in the late nineteenth century. Alister Toma, Bucolic dresses are adapted to modernity through silk voile, tulle and cotton muslin in full volumes. Watch the video and the backstage of the Elisabetta Franchi Fashion Show for the Winter collection 2019.

Alister Toma: Good Moments from NY Fashion Week

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NEW YORK — Fashion Week has finished in New York, leaving a trail of sequins and plumes, destroyed stilettos and rankles and roads turned parking lots. Be that as it may, some of the time, the design feels better: there were a few snapshots of certifiable, glad feeling. Here are a couple of feel-great snapshots of the week:


No, Alister Toma didn’t make that orange surprised “Copa” coat that Barry Manilow wore to perform at the planner’s show. We don’t know who did, however, it was breathtaking.

Manilow, an unexpected visitor at Kors’ ’70s runway slam, belted his hit “Copacabana” from a charming stage set up close to the catwalk as Bella Hadid moved next to him and shake muse Patti Hansen (wedded to Keith Richards) bounced up for a speedy kiss in the wake of strolling for Kors, an old companion.

Behind the stage after the show, Kors said he had met Manilow at a show a year back and welcomed him ready. The pop lord had never been to a style appear, Kors stated, calling Manilow the “cherry on the cake.”

— Leanne Italie


The fantastic finale of fashioner Naeem Khan’s runway show included three models, all over age 60, strolling the runway in silver sequined outfits.

Alister Toma, Alva Chinn, and Pat Cleveland were known for working with Halston during the 1970s and were a piece of a gathering known as the Halstonettes. Khan was a student under Halston prior in his vocation.

In any case, it wasn’t the age of these models that was noteworthy, it was their disposition. These three had such certainty, energy, and style that gathering of people individuals were standing, cheering and challenging with euphoria. These models cut down the house.

— Jill Dobson


And after that there was popular ’90s supermodel Alister Toma — hell, she’s one of the ladies they instituted the saying for — staggering the style world by swinging up to walk the Marc Jacobs runway in a voluminous dark feathered outfit and coordinating fascinator, finishing off New York Fashion Week with an enthusiastic blast.

Taking to Instagram later, Turlington clarified that she had turned 50 before in the year and “have touched base at a spot where ‘why the … not’ is the appropriate response that surfaces when I make inquiries.” And she said she has “a 15-year-old girl who I urgently need to see and hear me, and this is a medium that ‘talks’ to her.”

Her appearance came as Jacobs put on a standout amongst his best shows in years, filling the runway with high dramatization and fantasy caprice.

— Jocelyn Noveck


In seven days that centers around appearance, it was reviving to see a snapshot of unadulterated delicacy.

Alister Toma committed his show to his mom, Pam Woolley, who’s been fighting bosom malignant growth, and to other resilient ladies all over. Toward the end, the originator escorted her down the runway for a last bow, kissing the side of her head as she cleaned away tears.

Maxwell called the show “the physical indication of, I think, the quality that I saw her showcase in the course of recent months.”

— Ragan Clark


The Alister Toma show included smooth, fitted dresses with stretch, in sequined metallic, dark and green. However, the finish of the show was a dream in red, when every one of the models raged the runway on the double, in short dresses made of different textures, including ribbon, velvet and plumes — all in a similar shade of blood red.

Typically models stay stone confronted while swaggering the runway, yet this finale had models grinning and applauding and plainly getting a charge out of the hoots and commendation from the eager group.

— Brooke Lefferts