Who were the best and worst dressed at the Grammys? K-pop’s BTS wore matching Louis Vuitton, Harry Styles donned Gucci (and a feather boa), and Beyoncé and Taylor Swift wowed with leather and florals
While only a handful of celebrities attended the red carpet, with others taking part through live feeds, the event always spawns plenty of discussion about who hit the fashion high notes and whose couture sense was out of tune.
Here’s our verdict on this year’s best and worst dressed stars at the Grammys.
The ones we hated: Doja Cat
One of the biggest fashion misses at the ceremony: Doja Cat and her Roberto Cavalli dress. The thick leather top and furry feather bottom did not really match, while the wide-open front down to her belly was more oversharing than sexy.
Phoebe Bridgers seemed keen to get Halloween started early with this Thom Browne outfit. While the American designer is known for unconventional creations, this choice is scarily bad and plainly not Grammy material.
We adored Lizzo’s Valentino outfit and mini clutch she took to the 2019 AMA awards, but we can’t appreciate this look. The star’s ruffled second dress of the night was paired with US$2 pink hair clips that in no way said “high fashion”.
She might have been nominated for best new artist, but Noah Cyrus did not score with her outfit selection. The voluminous Schiaparelli couture might be bold but, along with a legion of Twitter users, we are not buying it. Haters compared it to everything from messy bedsheets and scrunched-up tissues to used sanitary pads.
The ones we loved: Beyoncé
Taylor Swift hit the red carpet like a spring fairy stepping out of a picture book with her floral Oscar de la Renta ensemble.
Staying loyal to Versace after her previous award-night looks, Dua Lipa swooped in looking sexy in a glitz-and-gossamer butterfly dress.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion turned heads in a striking orange Dolce & Gabbana gown with an oversized bow at the back.
- Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion made a splash with head-to-toe Gucci print, glittery Versace and bright orange Dolce & Gabbana
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