The biggest names in music brought their fashion A-game to the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. Unlike other awards shows where the “Best Dressed” title goes to the most glamorous or polished, in order to win the Grammys red carpet, stars have to navigate the fine line between theatrics and cosplay; couture and kitsch.
We’ve rounded up some of the best and worst looks from the Grammys red carpet. Now, we want you, the reader, to weigh in.
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BEST: Chrissy Teigen
Teigen brought the wow-factor to the Grammy red carpet in a tangerine gown by Yanina Couture. The model and best-selling author kept the rest of the look simple, with soft, neutral makeup and a textured lob hairstyle.
WORST: Priyanka Chopra
Chopra’s Ralph & Russo look was a rare mis-step for the actress. The ill-fitting gown was a step outside of the star’s comfort zone — and one ‘70s inspired look that should have stayed in the past.
Lizzo delivered a knock-out punch to the red carpet with a custom white jewel-encrusted gown by Atelier Versace. From her soft waves to the fur stole, the “Truth Hurts” star brought old Hollywood glamour to the Grammys with this timeless, stand-out look.
WORST: Lana Del Rey
Del Rey’s silver Gatsby-inspired look was purchased during a last minute trip to the mall - and it shows. The “Norman F—king Rockwell” singer-songwriter’s dress would be better suited for a Mother of the Bride than a star on the Grammys red carpet.
BEST: Billie Eilish
Unconventional? Yes. Memorable? Yes! In the short amount of time that Eilish has been in the spotlight, the 18-year-old has managed to cultivate a dramatic, authentic and unique sense of style that is instantly recognizable.
WORST: Camila Cabello
Cabello’s Grammy red carpet look was a swing and a miss for the “Señorita” singer. From the black wig to the bold black makeup, the Versace gown felt more like an angsty teen playing dress-up rather than a pop-star flexing her high-fashion muscles.
BEST: Tyler, the Creator
At first, the rapper’s bell hop-inspired look may seem like an odd pick for best dressed. However, unlike many of his contemporaries, Tyler, the Creator managed to deliver an ensemble that was theatrical, original and authentic to his art.
WORST: Joy Villa
Every year without fail, Joy Villa arrives on the red with the sole mission of gaining attention by any means necessary. Instead of building a reputation for her work, Villa relies on a Yankee Doodle Dandy schtick that feels old and tired.
BEST: Ariana Grande
Grande made a grand entrance to the Grammys in a custom couture gown by Giambattista Valli that secured her spot as red carpet royalty.
WORST: FKA Twigs
The singer-songwriter’s custom Ed Marler missed the mark on the Grammys red carpet. From the brocade body suit to Victorian-inspired bodice and skirt, this look felt like a catch-all of ideas and fabric that should have been scrapped.