After much delay, the 64th Grammy Awards finally took place yesterday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The most awaited night in the music industry always gets noticed for the most glam and eccentric looks. While some went for the glitzy, others opted for texture heavy ensembles that had just the right amount of drama like St. Vincent’s pink poppin’ Gucci number or Tiffany Haddish’s sparkly gold Prada gown. Some as usual chose to stray with simple yet elegant attires by celebrities like BTS, Rachel Zegler and more. Scroll down to take a look at some of the best red carpet looks from the night.
Deemed one of the most stylish boy bands today, BTS opted for a fun colour-coordinated look. Dressed in Louis Vuitton ensembles, all seven members looked dapper in Earth-toned Louis Vuitton wool and cashmere suits of tan, white and slate blue hues. The outfits were paired with LV sneakers and stylish floral pins and brooches that evened out the uniformity.
Known for her otherwise risqué outfits, Chloe Bailey opted for a rather conventional but striking ensemble for the Grammys. Dazzling like a disco ball, the singer wore a silver-sequined Valentino gown with a thigh high slit and a matching cape. Minimal diamond earrings, rings and a bracelet kept the focus on the outfit and of course the impressive hairdo.
Another Versace masterpiece, American Rapper Doja Cat wore a stunning mint blue corset dress designed by Donatella Versace. Taking inspiration from Marilyn Monroe’s “Happy Birthday, Mr President” the Say So singer wore a stunning satin corset dress with crystal-embellished boning, layered with a crystal embroidered tulle dress. Matching platform heels, diamond jewellery and a striking glass purse by Coperni completed this iconic look.
A true Versace girl, Dua Lipa channelled her inner Donatella at the Grammys in a sleek black bondage-style dress, whose design hails from the house’s fall 1992 collection. The iconic dress was in fact worn by the celebrated designer herself, to the 1992 Met Gala. The Levitating singer paired the outfit with a chunky gold high-collar necklace and stacked gold bracelets to match the gold accents on the dress.
No one does old Hollywood glamour like Lady Gaga and here’s our proof. The actor/singer wore a custom Armani Privé design; a one-shouldered black gown with a dramatic white train. The asymmetric silhouette added to drama with utmost sophistication. An old Hollywood updo and a chunky Tiffany & Co. necklace complete the charming look.
Lil Nas X
One of the most talked about outfits from the Grammys has to be Lil Nas X’s all-white attire. Dressed in what looks like an Elvis-in-pearls, the singer wore a custom Balmain suit quilted with pearls and embroidered with colourful butterflies, paired with towering platform shoes also designed with pearls to match the outfit.
While everyone else opted for a glam look, Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner opted for a rather adorable ensemble. Dressed like a daffodil, the singer wore a fun yellow Valentino number with lots of texture. Keeping the dress as the main focus, Zauner paired the look with minimal jewellery, graphic nails and eyeliner, and fun space buns with adorable pearl hairclips.
Rachel Zegler is someone who is often seen wearing meet-cute princess attires. For the Grammys too, the Westside Story actress choose a fun and flirty gown from Dior’s haute couture collection. The soft grey gown was designed with a flowy tulle and delicate embroidery. A bright orange lipstick and a sparkling Tiffany & Co necklace tied the look together.
Most of the looks at the Grammys were divided between shimmery and textured ensembles. St. Vincent on the other hand, dazzled in both. The Daddy’s Home singer wore a shimmering floor-length Gucci gown, inspired by the early ’70s New York City with OTT ruffle sleeves and a ruffle hemline. The look came together beautifully with soft coral makeup and slick combed hair.
Adding to the glamour of the event, Tiffany Haddish wore a stunning gold gown by Prada. The shimmery one shoulder contrasted with a row of silver sequins along the neck, and an enormous gold bow on her shoulder culminating into a tiny train.