Say what you will about last night's 60th Annual Grammy Awards—and so far, there's not much good to say—but music's "biggest night" is at least always reliable for some ostentatious fashion. The 2018 red carpet looks have been nearly as controversial as the snubs, but we continue to take a stand nonetheless. Here are 10 ensembles we could get behind. (Another nod to Hollywood's solidarity with the #MeToo movement: The accessory of the night, a white rose, served as the music industry's equivalent to the Time's Up campaign; a group called Voices in Entertainment chose the flower for its symbolic association with hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.)

1. Hailee Steinfeld in Alexandre Vauthier

 

A post shared by 💁🏻 C (@c_mbfv) on

2. SZA in Atelier Versace

 

A post shared by We Young Queens (@we_young_queens) on

3. Camila Cabello in Vivienne Westwood

 

I try to channel the flamenco emoji for as many events as possible #Grammys

A post shared by camila (@camila_cabello) on

4. Lana Del Rey in Gucci

 

A post shared by Lana Del Rey ♡ (@teamoflana) on

5. Cardi B in Ashi Studio

6. Eve in Naeem Khan

 

A post shared by Habbiba .O. Igbafe (@iamhabbiba) on

7. Maren Morris in Julien MacDonald

 

⛓ s i l v e r l a d y ⛓ 📷: @shearerphoto // Getty

A post shared by Maren Morris (@marenmorris) on

8. Miley Cyrus in Zac Posen

9. Heidi Klum in Ashi Studio

10. Bebe Rexha in La Perla

Show Comments