Grammys 2021 red carpet 14 best dressed: Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, more

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.

Dua Lipa

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.

Billie Eilish

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.

Harry Styles

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.

Bad Bunny

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.

Taylor Swift

The prolific singer was a bohemian dream in her ethereal Etro gown, and matched the mood by performing barefoot.

Ingrid Andress

The thrice-nominated performer opted for a chic Giorgio Armani Privé pantsuit styled with an embellished bodysuit underneath.

Noah Cyrus

This Schiaparelli look was “pouf” positive that daring to dress up will always make an impact.

Jhay Cortez

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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