The most prestigious night in the music industry not only gathers artists for their musical talent but also their sense of style. Take a look at the best of the best from this season’s red carpet at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
J.Lo is no stranger to grabbing a spot on award show best-dressed lists. According to lore, her plunging green Versace dress from the 2000 Grammy Awards inspired the creation of Google images. This year she did it again, stunning in a pink gown from Ralph & Russo’s Spring 2017 couture collection.
The 18-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson wowed the red carpet in a sparkly multicolored Balmain gown from Olivier Rousteing’s Spring 2017 collection that oozed youthful glamour. If J.Lo is the trusty red carpet veteran, Jackson might be vying for rookie of the year.
Rihanna has two modes: nearly naked and over-the-top volume, and this year she combined both, making a fashionably late entrance in an Armani Privé Spring 2017 Haute Couture crystal-embroidered tangerine crop top (the better to show off her ink) and a dramatic tiered skirt.
Solange Knowles kept to her avant-garde style of glamour with a Gucci one-shoulder gown made out of Lurex with bold ruffle plissé detailing.
The supermodel and wife of John Legend wore a heavily textured and embellished black creation from Roberto Cavalli’s Spring 2017 collection.
Celine Dion wowed viewers in emerald green Zuhair Murad Spring 2017 Haute Couture.
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Laverne Cox wore a custom leather Bryan Hearns dress with chain embellished cutouts.
After her show-stopping performance in a gold gown by Peter Dundas, Bey changed into a figure-hugging red sequin sparkler from the same designer.
Country singer Maren Morris's plum gown by Michael Costello almost looks like someone just added a ballgown skirt to a lace halter romper—in a good way.