This year’s Grammy Awards were unlike any other, thanks to a socially-distant red carpet and a mostly outdoor ceremony. Despite this, the artists attending gave their all to their looks, making it a night we won’t forget. Here are some of our favorite outfits from the night!
Anderson gave us some throwback ‘70s flair with this fun look, complete with a paisley jacket and bell bottoms. He won Best Melodic Rap Performance for his track “Lockdown” and performed with Bruno Mars as Silk Sonic.Embed from Getty Images
After sweeping last year’s Grammy Awards, Billie Eilish stunned again in an embellished Gucci look before performing “Everything I Wanted” with her brother and collaborator, Finneas. She took home half the awards she was nominated for this year, winning Record of the Year for “Everything I Wanted” and Best Song Written for Visual Media with “No Time to Die.”Embed from Getty Images
DaBaby made a statement with this flashy Dolce & Gabbana suit and matching hat before swapping into an all-white outfit to perform his hit “Rockstar.” An honorable mention goes to his daughter – though she couldn’t attend the real event, DaBaby set up a mini red carpet for her at their home.Embed from Getty Images
One of the biggest stars of the night, Dua Lipa quite literally shined in this metallic, butterfly-printed Versace dress. She performed a medley of hits from her album Future Nostalgia, which took home the award for Best Pop Vocal Album.Embed from Getty Images
Despite the word “dress” being in her name, Ingrid Andress was one of the few female artists not to wear a dress to this year’s ceremony. She instead went with a chic white pantsuit by Armani Privé paired with layered necklaces and flashy earrings.Embed from Getty Images
The Haim sisters stood out in three matching powder blue outfits by Prada, which had a fun retro style. They took to the stage to perform their hit “The Steps” and they rocked it!Embed from Getty Images
H.E.R. took to the red carpet in a lush burgundy outfit from Wouri Vice’s Vice by Vice collection. She brought home two awards: Song of the Year for her emotional “I Can’t Breathe” and Best R&B song for “Better Than I Imagined.”Embed from Getty Images
While presenting awards in the beginning of the ceremony, Lizzo wore a shimmery ruched dress from Balmain with three matching hair clips. We love the color and silhouette!Embed from Getty Images
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion was one of the biggest winners of the night, even though it was only her first time at the Grammys – she took home Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for her “Savage” remix with Beyoncé, as well as Best New Artist. Her bright gown by Dolce & Gabbana stole the spotlight nearly as much as she did!Embed from Getty Images
All eyes were on Noah Cyrus while she floated down the red carpet in this bold Schiaparelli dress with a tall hood. It was the finale piece in the Schiaparelli show it debuted in, making it the perfect show-stopper for such an important event.Embed from Getty Images
Even though she skipped out on the pre-show red carpet, Taylor Swift shined in this floral mini dress by Oscar de la Renta paired with pastel pink heels. She won Album of the Year, one of the biggest prizes of the night, for her quarantine-defining project folklore.Embed from Getty Images
Tiara accompanied her friend and collaborator H.E.R. and they shared an award for Song of the Year with “I Can’t Breathe.” She wore this beautiful, sleek dress by BCBGMaxazria, complete with a sheer ruffled skirt.Embed from Getty Images
What were your favorite looks of the night?
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Hi! I’m Madison Murray, an aspiring pop culture and music journalist who also loves writing about lifestyle and fashion. I’m currently a freelance writer for TREMG, editorial intern for Young Hollywood, and music blogger for Audible Addixion – I write 1-2 posts a week on each platform. I’m also a playlist curator intern for VOLUP2 magazine. My favorite artists include Taylor Swift, Machine Gun Kelly, BLACKPINK, Elko, phem, and YUNGBLUD. She/her.