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Official GRAMMY Gift Lounge

GRAMMY gift lounge

The days leading up to music’s biggest night, is filled with rehearsals, sound checks and wardrobe fittings, but there’s also the huge swag haul that the show’s presenters and performers take home. This year, talent received over $25,000 worth of booty from The Official 57th Annual GRAMMY Gift Lounge presented by MTG featuring New Era and Sean John.

Related article: The Official 56th Annual GRAMMY Gift Lounge (2014)

Lucky for you, Jessi Sanfilippo and I were on the scene to see first-hand what was going on backstage during this gift gala. Don’t you want to know what AC/DC, Beck, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Katy Perry, Adam Levine, Pharrell, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and Madonna nabbed? We do! There was plenty to go around and no one left empty handed. The big names brought home goodies like: Gibson guitars, a luxury trip through the Canadian Rockies, Marchon sunglasses, crystal pendants from SIS by Simone I. Smith, and velour track suits from Sean John for starters. 

GRAMMY gift lounge

Talent also received a preassembled GRAMMY gift bag with amazing takeaways from California Good Clothing, Nightbird Studios at the legendary Sunset Marquis, Coal & Canary trio of candles, our friends at MOO, Hazel Lane, and Naked Undies just to name a few. Let’s just say for many, The GRAMMYs Official Gift Lounge is more like a bonus Christmas in February thanks to Lash Fary.  

Check out these familiar faces that stopped by this year’s GRAMMY Gift Lounge… (click on the thumbnails to view the full-size gallery.)


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