The 66th Annual Grammy Awards were held on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Many celebrities, from Miley Cyrus to Dua Lipa, turned out in their best and boldest looks.
Here were the best-dressed celebrities at the 2024 Grammys.
Dua Lipa attended the ceremony in a custom Courrèges gown and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
“It just makes me feel very strong,” she told E! News of her shimmering look.
The “Vampire” singer channeled old Hollywood with her white, jewel-encrusted Versace gown, wavy hair, and a red lip.
The dress is actually older than the 20-year-old singer — it was first worn by Linda Evangelista in 1995, E! reported.
Monét wore a bronze corset-style gown by Versace, accessorized with Bulgari jewelry.
She walked the red carpet with her daughter, Hazel, who became the youngest nominee in Grammy Awards history at age 2 for her feature alongside her mother on the song “Hollywood,” featuring the band Earth, Wind & Fire.
Cyrus took the red carpet by storm in a custom, all-metal look by Maison Margiela. She paired it with gold Tabi shoes by Maison Margiela.
Cyrus, who won her first two Grammys on Sunday, went on to change her outfit multiple times throughout the night.
Boygenius (Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker)
The trio arrived in matching Thom Browne suits with pink boutonnieres. With the look, “We’re going for ‘prom,'” Baker joked in an interview with E! News.
Dacus added that the look referenced one of their lyrics, which in turn took inspiration from Elliott Smith and Marty Robbins.
“I’ll be the boy with the pink carnation” is a line from boygenius’ “We’re In Love.”
It was inspired by Robbins — whose lyric reads, “A white sport coat and a pink carnation. I’m all alone in romance” — and Smith, who tried to wear a pink carnation with a white suit to the Oscars, but was told to take it off, Bridgers told The Guardian in a 2023 interview.
“So there’s levels to it,” Dacus told E! of their outfits on Sunday.
Possibly an homage to the black-and-white theme of her “Reputation” album or her upcoming new album “The Tortured Poets Department,” Swift wore a white sleeveless Schiaparelli Couture gown with black gloves, black peep-toe heels, and a collection of necklaces.
The Grammy winner looked sharp in an all-silver look by Versace. He layered his suit with a matching kilt.
Janelle Monáe attended the ceremony in a floor-length, black-sequined gown by Giorgio Armani Privé. It featured a plunging neckline and floral embellishment at the midsection.
“I’m feeling classic, timeless, futuristic, all pleasurable, but I’m standing in Black pride, hence the liquidy blackness,” she told E! red-carpet host Laverne Cox.
Lana Del Rey
The “Candy Necklace” singer arrived at the award ceremony in a sheer knee-length dress with velvet floral details and eye-catching puff sleeves.
She finished the monochromatic look with on-trend velvet pumps with bows and an oversize silk bow in her hair.
The iconic supermodel walked the Grammys red carpet in a silver latex gown with a cascading train.
Richard’s choice of a red Khosrov gown, named “The Tree,” was inspired by her “growth” in the music industry.
“My musical journey has been about sewing seeds and watching them grow,” she wrote in an Instagram post. “To show the growth of the independent artist, we chose the tree to signify how we’ve bloomed in this industry.”
Klum walked the red carpet in a black gown with sheer cutouts and crystal detailing.
The model wore a grey-and-black ombré dress by Do Long. She paired it with strappy black heels and layered cross necklaces.
Sulewski, who is dating Grammy winner Finneas O’Connell, wore a sheer, pale-blue gown. She topped off the look with a slightly undone updo.
The singer, who was nominated for her album “Desire, I Want to Turn Into You,” wore an archival Olivier Theyskens mohair gown from 1998.
“[It’s] a collection that has entered the pantheon of perfect fashion in my mind,” Polachek told Rolling Stone. “I can’t believe I get to wear this dress here to the Grammys tonight.”
The actress wore a daring Stephane Rolland Couture gown that left little to the imagination. She paired the look, featuring a draped cape and train, with white opera-length gloves.
Wilson took home the award for best country album and also scored top marks for her red-carpet fashion.
She told E! host Zanna Roberts Rassi that her custom Balmain outfit was inspired by country-music legend Johnny Cash, according to Glamour.
The rapper rocked the “no pants” trend in a black Saint Laurent bodysuit with a large split down the center, exposing her chest tattoo.
She topped off the look with sheer black tights, black pumps, and a green, feather-covered jacket.
Bailey’s gold-and-black Gaurav Gupta gown featured a one-shoulder strap, embellishments, and a large cutout that exposed her torso.
“I’ve been really working out,” she told the Associated Press on the red carpet. “So I was like OK, tonight’s the night to show off my little figure.”
The Grammy-nominated singer followed the trend of wearing white on the Grammys red carpet in a feather-covered gown and matching hat.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
There’s no better place for date night than the Grammys red carpet, and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen nailed power-couple fashion in these coordinating looks.
Teigen stood out from the crowd in a black Sophie couture bodice and matching miniskirt that featured a large pink rosette on the hem.
Legend elevated classic menswear in a black suit with satin lapels, a black-satin shirt, and a loose knotted tie.
The model and businesswoman wore a turquoise beaded gown by Reem Acra, which she paired with a custom blue-crystal-covered clutch with the word “Hilton” written across the front in silver crystals.