InStyle: Unlike its more formal siblings, the Grammy Awards red carpet is a bit more fun and fancy free when compared to the gravitas of the Academy Awards (which are on the horizon FYI) and even the more relaxed Golden Globes. Leave it to the biggest names in music to show up and show out, adding rock ‘n’ roll edge to the sometimes stuffy-red carpet fashion that we see on the regular.
With big names like Brandi Carlile and Lizzo set to take the stage and nominees that run the gamut from fashion darling Doja Cat to Adele, Beyoncé, and Mary J. Blige, there’s no doubt that these spectacular looks will top the charts. Before the gilt gramophones get handed out tonight, the stars will have the chance to step up and show us who is in the running for best dressed.
Grammys red-carpet host Laverne Cox wore custom a custom Kim Kassas gown with a peplum silhouette and bronze detailing.
Doja Cat wore a latex Atelier Versace gown with matching gloves.
Kelsea Ballerini brought the color in a sunshine-yellow Prabal Gurung gown.
Shania Twain showed up in a full cow-print look by Harris Reed paired with Messika jewelry. The suit and matching hat were from the designer’s Spring/Summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection.
Michelle Branch walked the red carpet in a black Area gown with a sweetheart neckline from the brand’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection.
Taylor Swift wore a Custom Roberto Cavalli two-piece set for her Midnights-era Grammys appearance. The singer paired the look with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.
Harry Styles chose a custom Egonlab x Swarovski one-piece for his Grammys look.
Kacey Musgraves wore a pink jumpsuit with a pink feather cape from Valentino, matching Stuart Weitzman shoes, and Nicole Rose jewelry.
Kim Petras looked every bit the goth bride in a vintage Victor Costa look that featured a red veil and matching gown.
Cardi B wore a striking, ocean-blue couture gown from Indian designer Gaurav Gupta.
Paris Hilton paired her sparkling Celine gown with a flirty top knot and pointy-toe heels.
Megan Fox wore a white Zuhair Murad gown from the designer’s 2023 Pre-Fall collection.
Camila Cabello paired a lacy PatBo dress with Stuart Weitzman shoes.
Olivia Rodrigo donned a sheer black slip dress from Miu Miu for her second Grammys appearance.
Mary J. Blige
Mary J. Blige wore a metallic gown from NYC-based designer The Blonds.
Heidi Klum wore another metallic number by The Blonds, which featured a deep-V and gold fringe.
Brazilian singer Anitta wore an ornate black gown created by Atelier Versace with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
Lourdes Leon looked like music royalty in this red-hot Area dress and matching bag.
Adele wore a velvet custom Louis Vuitton creation to accept her Best Pop Solo Performance Grammy for “Easy on Me.”
Jennifer Lopez wore a rhinestone-covered Gucci dress with sparkling Bulgari jewelry.
Brandi Carlile opted for a glitter black-and-pink Versace suit for this year’s awards show.
Viola Davis got in on the fringe trend wearing Naeem Khan to accept her EGOT-completing Grammy win.
Marren Morris arrived on the red carpet in a slinky Off-White dress.
Poet Amanda Gorman walked the red carpet in a sheet, floor-length take on the baby doll dress.
Bebe Rexha proves barbiecore is far from over, wearing a pink Moschino gown and matching gloves.
Miranda Lambert wore a custom Le Thanh Hoa dress, Stuart Weitzman shoes, a Jeffrey Levinson bag, and Eva Fehren jewelry.
Pharrell Williams wore an Ernest W. Baker outfit with Tiffany & Co. glasses.
H.E.R. arrived in a black dress with a sheer underskirt from designer Bach Mai’s 2023 Pre-Fall collection.
Trevor Noah went formal for the Grammys, wearing a white jacket tux on the red carpet.
Queen Latifah wore a voluminous black gown to this year’s Grammys red carpet, which celebrated 50 years of Hip-Hop.
Beyoncé donned a silver and gold Gucci gown to accept the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album award for Renaissance onstage.