Grammy Sunday is perhaps the most important night in the music world, with artists from across the globe hoping to snag an award. However, there is much more to this show than just the awards! There’s the incredible performances, backstage drama, and of course, the red carpet.
While the Grammys were much smaller this year due to the pandemic, there were still plenty of celebrities strutting their stuff and showing off amazing fashion. Check out our favorite red carpet looks below!
Miss. Swift enchanted the audience with a magical medley of songs from her album “Folklore” which won album of the year; not long after, she turned heads in a stunning floral dress by Oscar de la Renta. The long-sleeved mini dress was decorated with an assortment of embroidered wildflowers. If this dress doesn’t make you excited for spring, nothing will!
Andress stunned viewers in this white Armani Privé suit. The ensemble was wonderfully styled with her suit jacket left open and sparkling body chains covering her torso.
Dua Lipa made jaws drop in a see-through, beaded gown by Versace. This dazzling gown pays homage to pop icons of the 2000s by bringing back the famed butterfly trend. With an iridescent butterfly spanning the bodice of the gown and a thigh-high slit, this was simply one of the most memorable outfits of the night!
Taylor Swift certainly was not the only person wearing floral print on the red carpet! Da Baby wore a Dolce & Gabbana suit decorated with a colorful floral pattern and a green hat to top it off.
Lizzo rocked the red carpet in a mint green dress by Balmain. The dress has a beautiful sweetheart neckline and ruching. It was paired with Bvlgari jewelry and matching strappy heels by Stuart Weitzman.
The Grammy nominated artist showed up to the red carpet in a new take on her signature skeleton suit, for which she has become known. This outfit upgrade by Thom Brown is covered in beaded details that took this look to a whole other level.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion owned the night. From winning multiple awards to performing her hit songs with Cardi B, all eyes were on the “Body” singer. Before all of this, Megan Thee Stallion pulled up to the red carpet in a bright orange Dolce & Gabbana gown. This statement garment was just as impressive from the back as from the front, with an oversized bow and a flowing train tailing behind.
The song of the year Grammy winner graced the red carpet in a velvet outfit from Dundas World. The intricately beaded ensemble consisted of a robe with wide-legged pants styled with killer matching sunglasses.
The iconic record of the year winner showed up to the Grammy’s in head-to-toe Gucci and we’re here for it! Rocking the oversized style that she is known for, Billie Ellish wore a pink shirt and pants with the matching bucket hat, mask, and nails.
Doja Cat made quite the statement in this Roberto Cavalli gown. The motorcycle-inspired outfit featured a plunging neckline and an eye-catching green feather skirt.
Despite being in South Korea, BTS still managed to be the talk of the Grammy’s with their exciting performance of “Dynamite.” Their musical talents weren’t the only thing turning heads though, their fashion sense was also on point! Wearing Louis Vuitton suits, the K-pop group ruled the virtual red carpet.
Noah Cyrus went full glam for the 67th Grammys. The Grammy nominated singer wore a white Schiaparelli couture gown. This giant gown seemingly defies gravity by circling behind her body and over her head.
Can we even talk about the red carpet without mentioning fashion icon Harry Styles? The newly crowned Grammy winner wore not one, not two, but three incredible Gucci outfits, each complete with a matching boa. Styles opened the award show in a black leather suit and a green boa that may just break the internet!
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