It’s music’s biggest night — and one of fashion’s, too.
Singers and songwriters are always happy to take a style risk or two, and Sunday night’s Grammys 2024 red carpet delivered plenty of memorable looks.
From Taylor Swift’s “Reputation”-coded Schiaparelli Haute Couture ensemble to Miley Cyrus’ Maison Margiela minidress made entirely of safety pins, below are our best-dressed picks from this year’s show.
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Meet her at midnight. The Grammy favorite shimmered in 300 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds, including a choker fashioned from a vintage watch set to — when else? — 12 o’clock.
And as rumors swirl that Swift is set to announce a release date for “Reputation (Taylor’s Version)” any day now, the songstress added fuel to the fire by dressing in head-to-toe black and white as an apparent nod to the original album’s cover; she styled her ivory corseted Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown with black velvet opera gloves and inky suede Giuseppe Zanotti slingbacks.
She was good, she was gold, she was wearing almost no clothes. The “Flowers” singer pushed fashion boundaries in a Maison Margiela minidress made of 14,000 gold safety pins and featuring a conical bodice Barbarella would love.
Matching yellow Tabi heels and teased-to-the-heavens hair completed Cyrus’ wildly wonderful style statement.
More like perfect all-American beauty. The “Vampire” chart-topper worked red, white and blue into her Grammys getup, selecting a cream-colored vintage Versace gown that originally walked down the house’s spring 1995 runway on supermodel Linda Evangelista.
Glossy scarlet lips and an azure ring from Bulgari finished off her pretty, polished look.
The first-time Grammy nominee looked like a sultry Cinderella in her plunging powder blue Celia Kritharioti gown, which she accessorized with aquamarine Kallati jewels and a Swarovski body chain.
The pop diva looked ready to dance the night away in her slinky silver Courrèges gown, which was covered from top to toe in metallic fringe.
With such a maximalist gown, most stars would go easy on the accessories, but not Dua; show-stopping jewels from Tiffany & Co., including a necklace and matching bracelet set with multicolored sapphires, upped the shine factor even further.
The “On My Mama” singer looked like a bronze goddess in perfectly tailored Atelier Versace accented with Bulgari Serpenti jewels — and she even brought along her 2-year-old daughter Hazel, who wore a matching dress of her own. (Not bad for the youngest Grammy nominee in history!)
Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker suited up in silk moiré looks from Thom Browne pinned with red Artists4Ceasefire buttons.
Each member of the supergroup also wore a pink carnation pinned to their lapel — a nod to their song “We’re In Love,” in which Dacus sings, “In the next one, will you find me? / I’ll be the boy with the pink carnation pinned to my lapel / Who looks like hell and asks for help / And if you do, I’ll know it’s you.”
It might’ve been an evening full of black and white styles, but nobody does dichromatic dressing like the “Lipstick Lover” singer, who opted for strapless, sparkling Armani Privé accessorized with little more than a slim choker.