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BRB—Reeling from These Grammy Red Carpet Looks

Nobody came to play.

By: Leah Faye Cooper

We’re not sure how an awards show honoring each year’s most remarkable musical accomplishments also became a hotbed of legendary fashion statements, but we’re thankful that it did. Over the years the Grammy’s red carpet has welcomed Cher in a crystal butterfly-bedecked bandeau (1974), Mary J. Blige in head-to-toe leopard print (1996), J.Lo in *that* iconic Versace dress (2000) and Lady Gaga wearing... prosciutto?

Tonight, we watched the most risk-friendly, boring-adverse red carpet of awards season, lighting up our Grammy’s Slack channel with commentary such as “she’s pretty loyal to the full Gucci look” and “Ugh, I love Diplo.” Ahead, our picks for the best dressed of the night.


Lizzo in Versace

“So glam!” —Hannah Baxter, Senior Beauty Editor

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Lil’ Nas X in Versace

“The bondage-cowboy Versace look. Wow” —Noah Lehava, Director, Talent & Lifestyle

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Rosalia in Alexander Wang

“I really enjoy this look.” —Jodi Taylor, Editor

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Billy Porter in Baja East suit, Scott Studenberg hat, and Alexis Bittar jewelry

“Billy porter. Never. Disappoints.” —Noah Lehava

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Keyshia Ka’oir; Gucci Mane in Gucci

“Yes! Love his diamond necklaces over the turtleneck.” —Noah Lehava

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Diplo in Union Western Clothing and Bulgari jewelry

“Diplo is so hot.” —Taylor Ford

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Gwen Stefani in Dolce & Gabbana

“She looks GOOD.” —Jessica Teves, Head of Content

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Tyler the Creator in Golf Le Fleur

“I will forever love Tyler the Creator.” —Jodi Taylor

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Jameela Jamil in Georges Chakra

“Georges Chakra must have a very patient atelier team. That dress looks like it took TIME.” —Leah Faye Cooper, Editorial Director

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Shaun Ross

“Obsessed!” —Rachel Pickus, Social Media and Affiliate Coordinator

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