Harry Lambert is the stylist to be the most desired of the moment. Former intern from Vogue UK and stylist of Topman, today, is the author of the style of the other Harry, Harry Styles.And the outfit of the singer who has performed on 14 March for the first time at the Grammy Awards, winning the statuette for best performance pop solo artist, with his signature. Harry opened the evening by performing on the notes of Watermelon Sugar. The single is part of her second solo album, Fine Line.
Lambert has chosen him Gucci, a British singer’s brand is the face and worn in all occasions.Including the red carpet of the Met Gala 2019, where he was the special guest and the creative director of the brand, Alessandro Michele. “This is the first Grammy of Harry, and then we wanted to do something that had to be British and eccentric. A little bit of rock ‘n ‘roll and a little bit camp. We did it with the mix of tweed and boa, which represent the essence of the British,” said Lambert in an exclusive to Vogue.
He also explained that the two looks very similar (in shape) for the red carpet and the performances, both paired to a boa, colored. “The cut of the dres’ Styles has served to connect his time pre-show performance. It was important for all of us that the stage’s silhouette was the same as the red carpet but that the actual appearance was the opposite. One is shaped and vibrant, and the other is more elegant and sexy.”
But there is only Gucci in the wardrobe designed by Lambert. It has also led to the fame of the style of the emerging designer Palomo Spain, worn on the magazine Variety pages. With an Instagram account of half a million followers, Lambert recently dresses also the protagonists of the last season of The Crown ‘s Emma Corrin (who plays Diana Spencer) and Josh O’Connor (Prince Charles). For the red carpet virtual Critics’ Choice and Golden Globes, for Emma Corrin, Lambert chose a look to Schiaparelli Haute Couture and one of Miu Miu. To Josh O’Connor, the two look to Loewe, the Spanish brand designed by Britain’s Jonathan Anderson.