The music industry joined Hollywood's show of support for #TimesUp against sexual misconduct and gender inequality by wearing white roses at the Grammys. And in lieu of the black gown blackout at the Golden Globes, the recording industry's brightest had pants trending on the red carpet. These women proved that you don't need a dress to make a sartorial statement. Let's take a look at how some of the stars made pants & petals work together.
Eve looked impeccable in a shimmering Naeem Khan suit and diamond choker by Chopard.
Lady Gaga brought the drama in an Armani Privé lace catsuit with a wrap skirt featuring a sweeping train.
Anna Kendrick balanced masculine and feminine by pairing a houndstooth-checked Balmain suit with a sexy La Perla bustier and sky high pink pumps.
Miley Cyrus made a surprisingly sleek and chic statement in a velvet jumpsuit from Jean-Paul Gaultier's Fall 2007 Couture collection.
Janelle Monáe's Dolce & Gabbana suit featured flowers embroidered up the sides like vines, and had a special nod to the #TimesUp movement with a white rose actually embellished on the lapel.
A white rose symbolizes respect, pays homage to new beginnings and expresses hope for the future. When juxtaposed with power pants, fashion truly made a statement at this year's Grammys. These looks definitely serve as inspiration for blending traditionally masculine and feminine elements to create a dynamic look. As Janelle Monáe said: "we come in peace, but we mean business."