Sunday, February 14, 2016

The V-innande trend on the scene in Malmö – Expressen

Long T-shirts, bomber jackets and flared pants – all turned those of year’s trend in the Eurovision Song Contest: The deep V-neckline.

– It’s a hot topic. I knew that my breasts would one day take over the world, said Molly Pettersson Hammar in Expressen TV program “Mello Live” before the competition.

2016 is undeniably the deep V-neck DEVICES year in Melodifestivalen. Molly Pettersson Hammar, Krista Siegfrids, Isa Tengblad and Anna Book has all resulted in low-cut creations in V shape – and once viewers have only seen two of the four races.

Molly Pettersson Hammar chose such a deep low-cut dress SVT had to break in during the rehearsal for the taping her breasts.

But in tonight’s contest, she skipped the tape.

– today is no tape. Today they sit where they will. It is a hot topic. I knew that my breasts would one day take over the world, she said jokingly before the competition.

READ MORE: Molly’s fear of the neckline to show too much

Even Charlotte Perrelli, who could with a lot of costume changes during the race in Malmo, wore a variation of the V-neckline.

her Lars Wallin-dress turned out to be a little more revealing than she intended.

– the is a little half-naked. You might not felt that it was as naked as it were. Perhaps it was to my advantage, then, says Charlotte Perrelli.

READ MORE: They were best dressed in Melodifestivalen semifinal in Malmö

Perrelli also wore another lavish dress from luxurious Balmain.

she wore during Saturday’s conduct a similar dress that Jennifer Lopez – a dress that cost over a hundred thousand crowns.

– When she wears it, it is okay to be second on the ball, says Perrelli .

in the music competition’s first round was the artist Mimi Werner’s stage clothes, went into the 70s trend, a less talked-on social media. She wore when a rust brown two-piece suit with flared pant legs and sleeves.

“Hey, Mimi Werner. ABBA called and wanted their clothes, “one user wrote on Twitter during the broadcast. Other celebrated the bright outfit.


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