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The 66th Annual Grammy Awards are here. Let’s take a look at some of the best fashion looks that different musicians and celebrities are wearing for the red carpet.


To start we have SZA, the most nominated person at the Grammys this year and winner of “Best R&B Song,” “Best Progressive R&B Album” and “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.”

She was wearing a dress made of black velvet with a gold embellished neckline and a long train in the back. SZA made Grammy history this year and she looked gorgeous while doing it.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat was wearing a corset-style dress by Dilara Findikoglu, along with temporary custom tattoos by Oscar Akermo.

The structure and unique silhouette of the dress catch the eye and pair well with the red accented shoes (which could be an homage to her nominated hit single, “Paint the Town Red”).

Doja served on the red carpet, what else would we expect?

Ayra Starr

In this flowy, bejeweled piece we have Ayra Starr who was nominated for “Best African Music Performance” for her worldwide hit “Rush.” This look left me jaw-dropped because of the elegance and beauty of the dress.

It is a custom-made Jeblanc bralette and mini skirt with attachments and looks like a mystical water drop falling from the sky.

Summer Walker

This outfit is giving feathery realness. This year Summer Walker was up for “Best R&B Album” and wore a feathered strapless white garment with a gigantic, floppy hat to match.

This outfit by Usama Ishtay is very reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe but also gives a modernized version of Audrey Hepburn’s Ascot ensemble in “My Fair Lady.”

Paty Cantú

Paty Cantú was wearing a stunning sheer skirt with a textured shiny dark pink top.

The silhouette is very visually appealing and differs from typical Grammys fashion.

Taylor Swift

I have to include the queen Taylor Swift in a best dressed list. She is wearing a custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown, complete with gloves and jewelry made by Lorraine Schwartz.

Taylor Swift won two Grammys, including “Album of the Year,” making her the first person to ever win in that category four times. Fans are also raving about her announcement of her new album “The Tortured Poets Department.”

She made history, as usual, and we love that for her.

Halle Bailey

In this beautiful Gucci crystalized gown, we have Halle Bailey who was nominated for “Best R&B Song.” The sheer, sexy, nude dress pairs wonderfully with the custom Pandora and Grete Henriette diamond jewelry.

It has similar vibes to the custom Mugler dress that Kim Kardashian wore at the 2019 Met Gala.

Coco Jones

Coco Jones is wearing a sheer lacy Celia Kritharioti dress which is paired with Kallati jewelry.

She was celebrating her win in “Best R&B Performance” for her song “ICU” along with her four other nominations.

Victoria Monét

This year, Victoria Monét is not playing around. She is styled with Atelier Versace, wearing a custom brown corset gown and sporting a breath-taking Bulgari High Jewelry Serpenti necklace.

Last night, she won awards in “Best New Artist,” “Best R&B Album,” and “Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.”

She is finally getting her flowers after all of her hard years of work and it’s a beautiful thing to see.

Kylie Minogue

Finally, we have Kylie Minogue wearing a flowy Dolce & Gabbana dress. She won in the category of “Best Pop Dance Recording” for her song “Padam Padam.”

The red looks beautiful on her and also matches the vibe of her music video.

These are all wonderfully talented people with amazing fashion sense. I hope to see even more from them in the future. Congratulations to all of the award winners!

Allison is a first-year student studying Digital and Print Journalism with a minor in Women's Studies. When she isn't writing for Her Campus @ PSU, she's listening to ABBA, hanging out with friends, and watching sitcoms. On the weekends, she likes to go thrifting and try new restaurants downtown.