Let’s be honest, The Grammys this year… ROCKED.  And the only thing better than the amazing performances, was the fashion being served throughout the night. Held at the Los Angeles Staples Center and hosted by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, the 63rd annual award ceremony looked much different this year – but many stars still showed up to make some jaws drop. 


Taylor Swift was a vision of spring in her Oscar de la Renta floral mini dress and Waterman jewelry. Swift then changed into a floor-length gold and blue gown as she performed a whimsical ensemble of three new songs. Her fairytale night ended as she went home with Album of the Year award for ‘Folklore.’


Doja Cat gave us some badass leather peacock vibes as she made her way into the event in a custom Roberto Cavalli dress. Nominated for Record of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Pop Performance, the artist then squeezed into a latex bodysuit as she captured audiences with her electrifying stage rendition of Say So.


Everybody envies Dua Lipa’s legs and she knows it, as we can see from the thigh-high slit in her beaded Versace butterfly gown. Rings and bracelets made by Spinelli Kilcollin and Ananya glistened on her hands, adding a little extra flash. Lipa continued with the pink theme as she dominated the stage while performing Levitating and Don’t Start Now – leaving with the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for ‘Future Nostalgia.’


Even though sisters Chloe x Halle were on different sides of the world during Grammy night, they still managed to match in gold Louis Vuitton dresses. While the duo was unfortunately snubbed at this year’s award ceremony, Halle will be playing Ariel in Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.


Billie Eilish never fails when mixing comfort with fashion. Here she paired her jacquard Gucci shirt and pants with a signature matching bucket hat and white gold, 18 karat lion head earrings. A different Gucci outfit followed her on stage as she performed Everything I Wanted with her brother Finneas, and the pair closed the night winning Record of the Year.


Jhene Aiko got us excited for Easter with her adorable, pink ruffled gown from Monsoori. The singer was joined by boyfriend Big Sean, who was there to support her for a whopping six nominations including Album of the Year and Best R&B Song.


Few people SHOWED UP on Grammy night like Megan the Stallion. We saw her arrive on the red carpet in an orange Dolce & Gabbana dress with a large accent bow and stunning Chopard jewelry. But what happened inside was even more of a showstopper. Meg performed a medley of her hits and joined Cardi B in metallic lingerie as they performed their hit song WAP. The artist went home with the awards for Best Rap Performance, Best New Artist, and Best Rap Song.  


Harry Styles belongs in head-to-Gucci. Styles continued with his fashion risks as he arrived in a yellow plaid blazer, mismatched sweater vest, brown velvet slacks, and a purple boa. After performing Watermelon Sugar – bare chested in a green boa and a leather jacket – the song then earned him the award for Best Pop Solo Performance as well.


Nominated for Record of the Year, Best Rap Performance, and Best Melodic Rap Performance, DaBaby turned heads in his festive, Dolce & Gabbana red carpet getup. He then changed into all white attire and diamond-studded gloves when joined on stage by Roddy Rich to perform their banger, Rockstar.


Bad Bunny has style and he never lets us forget it. The Latin artist showed up in a sleek, black Burberry suit, knit cap with ears, and a sunflower that matched his Bonnie Clyde shades. For his performance of Dakiti featuring Jhay Cortez, the star donned a metallic-mesh top and chainmail vest, paired with layered necklaces and mod sunglasses. He ended the night with his win for Best Latin Pop Album.  


The sisters of Haim arrived color-coordinated in periwinkle outfits by Prada, each styled a little differently and giving us Destiny’s Child vibes. For their performance of The Steps, they returned to their lax, rockstar attire and combat boots. The talented trio was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Rock Performance.





Our modern-day flapper. Chrissy Teigen stunned in this black fringe dress with rope detailing around the bust. Paired with an oversized blazer and strappy black heels, we just love simple but sexy. Her husband, John Legend, left with the Grammy for R&B Album of the Year.





Look at this minty fresh queen. Lizzo lit up the room with her Balmain dress and custom, jeweled kitten heels by Stuart Weitzman. And check out all that fine Bvlgari bling!








No longer lingering in the shadows of her older sister, Noah Cyrus had us gasping in her off-white Schiarparelli Couture gown. The duvet-style cape and collar went way beyond her head and shoulders, and her mismatched jewelry added some fun accents. The singer was nominated for her first Grammy for Best New Artist.