The Grammys have a well-earned reputation for over-the-top fashion. And even after a year in lockdown, music’s biggest stars brought the Glamour (with a capital “G”) to Sunday’s Grammys 2021 red carpet; some virtual, others IRL at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Below, a roundup of the night’s best looks.
Among the “Don’t Start Now” singer’s whopping three wardrobe changes? This see-through, slit-to-there Atelier Versace number accentuated with the Italian label’s signature butterfly.
Never one to shy from a splashy sartorial moment, the singer brought the party in her ’80s-inspired Balmain frock and matching Stuart Weitzman mules. A decadent dose of diamonds from Bvlgari added some serious sparkle to her look.
The fashion chameleon donned custom head-to-toe Gucci for the ultimate matchy-matchy moment that included a bucket hat and mask.
We officially nominate the Best New Artist nominee as the poster person for how to rock a sweatsuit on the red carpet; this cozy tie-dye look is pandemic-dressing perfection.
Who else could rock a black leather pantsuit (shirtless, no less) adorned with a fuzzy green boa?
In a historic moment as the first-ever K-pop band to be nominated at the Grammys, the boy band dressed in low-key, utterly cool looks by Louis Vuitton.
See the world through sunflower-tinted glasses, and you, too, might radiate very chill vibes like this Burberry-clad Grammy winner.
Megan Thee Stallion
The Best New Artist winner was also best in show, stunning in a strapless, high-slit orange gown topped with a gigantic bow by Dolce & Gabbana.
The Song of the Year winner channeled groovy ’70s glamour in her velvet embellished robe and pants by Dundas.
The prolific singer was a bohemian dream in her ethereal Etro gown, and matched the mood by performing barefoot.
The thrice-nominated performer opted for a chic Giorgio Armani Privé pantsuit styled with an embellished bodysuit underneath.
This Schiaparelli look was “pouf” positive that daring to dress up will always make an impact.
Take a cue from the Latin star: Short suits are happening, and they look pretty damn good.
Queen Bey made Grammys history as the winningest artist ever, dressed in a classic black LBD. That’s all.
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