The 63rd Grammy Awards were held last night, the biggest night for music entertainers everywhere who come to us in their most attention-grabbing looks. The show was originally planned to be held in January but was postponed due to the pandemic, meaning our favourite celebs had plenty of time to plan out their outfits. From the red carpet to on-stage performances, many brought their best looks yet. And a few brought their worst. We’ve rounded up the top and the bottom of last night’s ensembles at the Grammys, just in case you missed the show.
Lizzo gave us a Balmain ’80s prom inspired look in a fresh and beautiful colour.
Dua Lipa was looking ethereal as ever in a barely-there, crystal covered Versace number with hair that’s totally giving us Cher vibes.
Megan Thee Stallion
The Grammy-award winning Best New Rapper showed up to the red carpet in a vibrant and elegant Dolce and Gabbana gown that is worthy of an award itself.
Jhene Aiko brought all the glam to the carpet this year in a fluffy, pink Monsoori gown with rapper Big Sean by her side.
Who needs an undershirt when you have Georgio Armani crystals and a custom white suit?
Another artist who opted for an alternative accessory rather than a shirt was the ever-fabulous Harry Styles. We are going to need a moment to recover after this custom Gucci leather suit and feather boa moment.
Taylor Swift stunned us all with this beautiful Oscar de la Renta gown covered in flower appliques.
In custom Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. jewels, Cynthia Erivo shone bright and beautiful as ever.
Host for the evening, Trevor Noah, looked very handsome in a Gucci tuxedo and an accenting Tiffany & Co. brooch.
Chika brought all the swag to this year’s Grammy awards in this pastel Nike look with a paired with a matching mask.
We do NOT love the headpiece attached to this cream Schiaparelli gown from their Spring 2021 collection.
Phoebe Bridgers appeared to be a part of the Addams family in this bone-chilling gown.
Don’t get us wrong Beyoncé looked gorgeous as ever last night but we were disappointed. It’s safe to say we expected more from the history-making icon, with her new title as the holder of the most Grammy awards of any female artist.
Bad Bunny certainly stuck to his brand, but the bunny ears hat and random sunflower distracted us from his pleated skirt and tailored coat.
While the biker girl leather/showgirl feathers combination is fun in theory, the execution fell short for us in this odd Roberto Cavalli number.
Da Baby simply had too much going on with this Dolce & Gabbana suit and hat.