The Best New Artist candidate first appeared on the red carpet in this sultry Valentino, a contemporary take on a classic Marilyn look. We were smitten.
Sadly, she followed up her magnificent Valentino piece with this somewhat less entertaining Oscar de la Renta.
The vocalist of “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” was a butterfly prince, a queer monarch, an Elvis in pearls.
The Best Rap Performance candidate had a beautiful look for the Grammys, with exquisite makeup and jewels.
This look is pure Donatella in a dress that shouts “IT'S A VERSACE” from 50 feet away. It's a classic done well.
The Best New Artist winner on the red carpet in a mediocre Vivienne Westwood gown. The satiny gloss doesn't photograph well, and the gloves seemed a bit costumey.
We're sorry, but meh. We think a tailored Versace gown for the Grammys red carpet should be more than a lightweight garment.
The “Happier Than Ever” singer keeps discovering fashion things that appear like terrible emotions made of clothes, and we are always amazed by her aesthetic.
The dress looks lovely, airy, and little edgy on paper, but the bust is too low and the color pictures like dishwater.
Because any woman who dresses like a mix between an opera diva and a drag queen is a win. The “Daddy's Home” singer seems to like wearing it.
Her ability to provide an update The Noir Femme Fatale look was the frosting. Love the hat.
However, we felt the TikTok star did a terrific job of zhuzhing up an unimpressive look with some excellent, focus-pulling jewelry selections.
The “Remember Her Name” singer wore a garment that was impossible to ignore, gorgeous, and entertaining all at the same time.