This has quite likely been the longest award season of all time, but nevertheless, we have finally reached the 63rd Grammy Academy Awards – two whole months late. From Britney and Madonna moments to powerful political performances, the biggest night in music got off to a roaring start and without any technical difficulties. With stars pouring into the Staples Centre with only their plus ones due to Covid restrictions, the red carpet wasn’t as full as we would imagine, but this didn’t stop the celebs from bringing the glamour. With custom spring Prada ‘fits and BDSM-style bodysuits, these celebs pulled out all the stops.
Doja Cat, Beyoncé and Harry Styles stole the show at this year’s award ceremony.
Beyoncé graced the world with a rare appearance in a sultry custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture ‘fit
We knew this would be a show to remember when Beyoncé graced the world with her presence. With her whole family bagging a Grammy last night, it’s only right they did it in style, as the iconic artist rocked a skin-tight leather mini dress with gold-finger gloves. The custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture ‘fit was matched with sheer black tights and sky-high Jimmy Choo platforms – Bey, we don’t know how you do it, but you did.
Doja Cat ate up the girls last night and left not one crumb
We really couldn’t decide on which look we loved more from the singer, so we included both. While Doja might not have picked up an award during the night, the “Say So” definitely came with the looks, as she rocked a peacock-inspired Roberto Cavalli x Fausto Puglisi dress and a latex BDSM-style bodysuit that would have Christian Gray on his knees.
Dua Lipa invited us into her princess fairytale and we didn’t want to leave
The looks. The performance. The upgraded dance skills. Dua Lipa proved she’s levelled up with her fairytale performance at the Grammys and we’re here for it. Donning a twinkling Versace butterfly dress for the red carpet, the Future Nostalgia singer stripped down for her “Levitating” performance, wearing a glittering pink bikini set that us scouring the internet for dupes.
Queen of the Grammys Megan Thee Stallion made her debut in a D&G
Let’s be real, Megan Thee Stallion OWNED the Grammy stage last night, swooping up three awards at her first-ever Grammys – and she did it all in style. From a sunshine orange D&G dress to a glittering Broadway-ready bodysuit with a feathered headpiece, the rapper served up various looks throughout the night and made history as the first female rapper to win Best New Artist since Lauryn Hill. Considering it’s International Women’s Month, Meg definitely did it for the girls.
Chloe X Halle took the TL crown for best look in custom Louis Vuitton
While we still might reeling over the fact the Grammys snubbed them for an award last night, we can’t get over how the two sisters graciously took to the stage virtually in matching Louis Vuitton. Channelling regal Egyptian queens, the two sisters wore similar tiger print dresses, with Halle opting for a short version with a long regal headpiece and Chloe going for a floor-length dress with a high-leg slit.
BTS stole the show and our hearts in matching Louis Vuttion
Considering they’re probably the biggest band on the planet since The Beetles, we were shocked and furious that the group didn’t take home an award last night, but nevertheless, the group gave us one of the best looks and performances on the night. All rocking Louis Vuitton, the K-pop group stole the show in slick black and tan suits and cosy cartoon-inspired hoodies. With leader Rap Monster the only one not wearing a suit on the night, we feel like the singer might have missed the all-black memo.
Harry Styles in a leather suit is something we didn’t know we needed till now
We are all currently in desperate need of a feather boa after Harry Styles made it a wardrobe essential at the awards ceremony last night. Taking over the stage in an 80s rocker Gucci leather jacket and lime green feather boa, the “Watermelon Sugar” singer writhed and danced all over the Grammys stage, while we looked at the feather boa in envy.
T-Swift got us seriously excited for spring with her vibrant floral number
Taylor Swift said florals for spring? Inject it now. Embracing a very 70s-inspired style, the Album of the Year winner wore an Oscar de La Renta design with appliqué flowers in various shades. Filled with statement blooms and fluted sleeves, the dress gave us a feminine feel that demanded our attention.
Trio Haim took to the red carpet in periwinkle blue
Bringing rock ‘n’ roll to the Grammy stage with their enthralling performance, the sisters wore one-off Prada designs by Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada. In the deepest periwinkle blue, the trio wore three matching high-neck dresses for the red carpet with differences seen in sleeves, trousers and oversized coats. Slipping into a sheer gold vintage Prada dress for their live performance of hit single “Steps”, Alana and the gang defiantly brought high fashion to the ceremony.