The 2021 Grammys’ Best Dressed Celebrities

Snub or success, our favorite singers certainly looked like winners last night.

Whether in expertly coordinated face masks or a series of studded looks from Versace, our favorite singers took full advantage of the excuse to ditch their sweatpants for a night out at the Grammys. From the red carpet to the stage, here are our favorite looks of the evening.

Best Outfit Changes: Dua Lipa

On the red carpet, the Best Pop Vocal Album winner was a vision in a Swarovski crystal-encrusted Atelier Versace column dressed adorned with a shimmering butterfly detail. The pop star then slipped into a fuschia cape and studded high-waisted two-piece set for her invigorating performance of “Levitating” and “Don’t Start Now.”

Best Mask Coordination: Megan Thee Stallion

Diamonds clearly were a girl’s best friend in Megan Thee Stallion’s Marilyn-inspired orange gown and collar of jewels — complete with a matching face mask. The Houston hottie rocked a thigh-high slit as she took home awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song alongside Beyonce.

Best Floral: Taylor Swift

While not exactly groundbreaking for spring, Taylor Swift looked like a woodland fairy as she earned a record third Album of the Year award. Her intricate pressed-flower dress from Oscar De La Renta embodied the spirit of folklore.

Best Thirst Trap: Harry Styles


The Watermelon Sugar singer with a penchant for Gucci stunned in a cropped leather jacket, matching flare pants, and faux-fur boa from the label as he opened the Grammys and later won Best Pop Vocal Performance.

Best Metallic: Chloe X Halle

While they didn’t take home awards last night, Chloe and Halle looked like champions in coordinating gold zebra-print Louis Vuitton looks with plunging sweetheart necklines. Chloe’s mesh gloves and leather boots added contrast, while Halle opted for a matching hair wrap.

Best Hair Accesories: Lizzo

Lizzo looked adorable while congratulating her friend and collaborator Harry Styles in a scintillating one-shoulder ruched Balmain dress and matching pink hair clips.

Best Plunge: Doja Cat

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Doja Cat turned heads in a daring Roberto Cavalli gown with a leather-accented bodice and green feathered skirt. The dramatic look was accented by her slick mullet and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.

Best Twins: Anderson Paak and Bruno Mars

Now known as Silk Sonic, the duo channeled vintage glam in 70s-inspired burnt orange suits and tinted glasses during their performance of Leave The Door Open.

Best Suit: Ingrid Andress

The Best New Artist nominee looked powerful in a white set and draped crystal bodysuit from Armani Privé. Chopard jewels, a white-tipped manicure, and a strong brow courtesy of Armani Beauty elevated the look.

Best LBD: Beyonce

In honor of breaking the record for most Grammys held by a female artist (28!), the legendary superstar made a stop by the awards show in a Schiaparelli Haute Couture gathered minidress and sculptural drop earrings.

Best Halloween Costume: Phoebe Bridgers

While her Grammy snub might incite some violence in Elton John, Phoebe Bridgers made creepy couture in an anatomical Thom Browne number.

Best Disney Princess: Jhené Aiko

Jhené Aiko gave major Disney vibes in a gorgeous, voluminous gown from Monsoori. The Chilombo singer was accompanied by on-again beau Big Sean (in Roger Vivier loafers) for her red carpet appearance.

Best Bucket Hat: Billie Eilish

As Record Of The Year winner for the second time in a row, Billie Eilish served her signature understated glam in a jacquard Gucci suit, leather loafers, and matching gloves and bucket hat.

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