Shania Twain is continuing her OTT sartorial journey with her latest red carpet look.
After paying homage to her iconic 1998 leopard print look at the People's Choice Awards in December, the 57-year-old wore a Cruella de Vil-inspired look to this year’s Grammy awards.
The singer turned to style set favourite Harris Reed for the look, which consisted of an oversized white blazer with large black sequin spots, matching trousers with a flared leg, and a matching oversized wide-brimmed hat.
Twain wore a black corset under the blazer and her hair was bright red – a perfect match to her lipstick shade.
The look was fresh off the runway, as it comes from Reed’s Spring 2023 collection.
Twain’s hair colour change comes just days after she debuted a platinum blonde look.
“I'm just having so much fun these days and I'm, I guess, re-enjoying fashion and playing with colour,” the Man! I Feel Like A Woman! singer told Entertainment Tonight of her Grammy’s outfit. “I guess I'm in a very colourful mood.
“Gotta have some great bell bottoms; I'm just enjoying and that's a part of the red hair, because I thought, 'You know, I'm going to be wearing black and white and I want it to pop on the top.'”
Twain, who has just released her sixth studio album, attended the 65th annual Grammy Awards to present Best Country Album.
“I’m here to represent country music. I mean, I'm here to represent fashion,” she said. “I'm just enjoying being the 'Queen of Me', which is [the title of] my new album... I'm also just excited about bumping into friends here and other artists. There's so much amazing talent this year. I'm here as a fan.”
Twain recently wore her hair in a bubblegum pink hue when she performed at the People’s Choice Awards back in December.
At the time, her hairstylist Frankie Foye wrote on Instagram: “I cut soft face framing layers and long bangs so that all the onstage costume changes would end up in a messy, sexy texture that easily fell into place. I loved this look on her and it’s sure to become iconic!”
Watch: Red Carpet at the 65th Grammy Awards