Wednesday, February 11, 2015

"Watching" the Grammys

Not that this writer was terribly interested in the results;

We're glad to see Prince in a more active music and media stance, and dismayed that no one has insisted that Kanye West stick to music and not try to give his opinion where no one is seeking it

Ah well, we have a report from Sunday's Grammy awards that we can tolerate: its all about the time - more specifically, the timepieces

Glamor was evident on the red carpet last night at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles—not just in fashion and jewelry, but also in the coveted watches and accessories gracing the wrists of high-profile celebrities. Artist Ne-Yo sported a Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph Open Home Timepiece and Montblanc cufflinks. Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes looked dapper in a Montblanc Star Chronograph UTC Automatic timepiece, while fellow nominee Dierks Bentley wore Montblanc cufflinks.

Each wearing an ultra-slim Piaget Altiplano, pop stars Chad Vaccarino and Ian Axel of the band A Great Big World, took home the Grammy award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their single, “Say Something” with Christina Aguilera. The song, off their debut album Is Anybody Out There, has become global sensation, hitting Billboard’s Top Ten and reaching the number one spot on ITunes. Mr. Vaccarino chose a Piaget Altiplano 40mm platinum timepiece on a black alligator strap, while Mr. Axel wore a Piaget Altiplano 40mm timepiece in 18-carat white gold on a black alligator strap.

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