After a two month postponement, the 64th Annual Grammy Awards have arrived!
On Sunday night, celebrities hit the red carpet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to celebrate music’s biggest night.
Here are some of the night’s best-dressed stars on the Grammys red carpet.
For her debut Grammys appearance, Olivia Rodrigo pulled up to the red carpet with a black and pink bodycon illusion dress by Vivienne Westwood, giving an extra ’90s flair with coordinating choker necklaces.Doja Cat
The rapper stunned on the red carpet in a light turquoise dress from Versace, styled effortlessly with sparkling silver jewelry and a unique, sculptural handbag by Coperni.
Michelle Zauner aka Japanese Breakfas
Michelle Zauner, who performs music under the moniker Japanese Breakfast, looked positively radiant in her statement ruffled yellow Valentino minidress with bold nails to coordinate.
Brandi Carlile, who is up for five awards at tonight’s ceremony, rocked an oversized beaded blazer, pairing the bold look with a pair of black pants with a matching beaded racer stripe up the side.
Known for her bold red carpet fashion looks, Billie Eilish rocked a monochromatic black asymmetrical look from Rick Owens, finishing the outfit off with a tiny pair of sunglasses.
The beloved K-pop group perfectly coordinated one another on the red carpet with each of the seven members wearing coordinating maroon, teal, white, and tan suits in unique silhouettes.
The country superstar gave big Disney princess energy on the red carpet, stunning in a golden yellow gown voluminous with a crystal-embellished bodice for some extra glitz and glam.
Tiffany Haddish went all out sparkle for the evening! The comedian shone all the way down the red carpet in her body-hugging sequined Prada gown.
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, looked positively gorgeous in a leopard printed one-shoulder gown with a tiger striped lining, made complete with a thigh-high slit to show off her legs.
Annie Clark, known professionally as St. Vincent, was pretty in pink in her stunning metallic Gucci gown, adorned with a ruffled-trim hem and sleeves.
Chrissy Teigen made a bold statement on the red carpet this year, opting for a voluminous strapless bright pink gown with a ruffle down the across the middle of the skirt.
Lady Gaga, who will be performing during the ceremony, was a vision on the red carpet, stunning in a black gown adorned with a white satin train off of her hip.
The host of the evening went for a baby pink double-breasted suit jacket styled with a crisp pair of black trousers and coordinating bowtie.
Avril Lavigne brought “Sk8er girl” energy to the red carpet, wearing a high-low hem ruffled dress with plunging neckline and feathered shoulders.
Jon Batiste, who is nominated for a whopping 11 awards this evening, wore a bold geometric patterned multi-color matching suit for his big night.
Chloe Bailey sparkled like a disco ball in her metallic body-hugging gown, accessorized with a matching cape tied delicately around her collarbone.
SZA reinvented florals for spring on the Grammys red carpet. The singer wore a nude tulle gown, embellished with flowers down the entirety of the dress.
H.E.R. gave off retro-vibes in her yellow jumpsuit and circular sunglasses, sparkling as she walked down the carpet with silver sequined embellishments across the bodice and down the length of her pants.
The legendary musician made a rare appearance on the red carpet, donning an all-white ensemble, barring the colorful floral print down the side of her two-piece set, red beret, and matching shoes and a beaded necklace.
The “30 Seconds of Mars” front man went for one of his usually bold, unique ensembles, wearing a black fur coat with white and brown fur cuffs, a sheer embellished top, and tailored trousers.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber
Justin Bieber chose a very oversized gray suit and a hot pink beanie for his red carpet look, juxtaposed with his wife Hailey Bieber’s simple white strapless dress.
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker were couple goals on the red carpet in their coordinating monochromatic black ensembles, with almost identical sunglasses to boot.
Pop superstar Dua Lipa went edgy for the red carpet, stunning in a black gown by Versace, adorned with buckle details and a gold chains gathered around her neck.
Jack Harlow and Lil Nas X
The “Industry Baby” collaborators juxtaposed one another on the red carpet, with Jack Harlow opting for a simple black suit, while Lil Nas X wore a white beaded ensemble by Balmain, complete with matching platform boots.
Iconic fashion designer Donatella Versace arrived on the red carpet in a sparkling green minidress with sheer paneling across the stomach, pairing the look with a pair of coordinating thigh-high heeled platform boots to complete the look.
Halsey went goth-glam for the Grammys this year. Her strapless gown was fashioned with a unique burgundy leather bodice and a draped skirt, belted around their waist. The dramatic look was made complete with an off-kilter black hat.
Red carpet fashion icon Billy Porter embraced one of the themes of the evening: hot pink. Porter wore a monochromatic Valentino look, including a sheer topic, high-waisted pants, and long gloves, along with a bold blue lip to contrast the bright ensemble.
Katarina Deme and Kid Laroi
Katarina Deme and Kid Laroi, who is up for best new artist at tonight’s award, donned matching black looks. Deme stunned in a strapless dress with a feathered neckline and hem, while Laroi opted for a simple suit and a partially buttoned shirt.
Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra looked stunning in her strapless silver gown, which featured cut-outs down the side, fashioned together with draped chains.
The “Dear Evan Hansen” star looked handsome as ever in his matching navy velvet suit and white ruffled front shirt, styled with a printed bowtie.
Sofia Carson rocked an emerald Grecian-inspired gown on the red carpet, featuring a sheer one-shouldered cape over her right shoulder.
The rapper opted for a monochromatic bright pink ensemble Sunday evening. She styled her maxi skirt with a coordinating cropped strappy top, finishing off the look with a pair of long gloves and silver jewelry.
Colombian band Bomba Estéreo win the award for boldest ensembles of the evening! Each member of the group sported colorful masks on the red carpet, with two members dressed in jewel-toned suits with the third wearing a hot pink ruffled dress.
Mickey Guyton, who is up for three awards at the Grammys, stunned in a metallic fringe mini dress by Ashish, with an ombrē effect in sequins starting with silver as it faded into gold, bronze, and a deep brown.
Laverne Cox, who has been serving up entertaining interviews on the red carpet, looked gorgeous in her sheer black gown, styled with a matching black mesh fascinator.
Rachel Zegler opted for a delicate off-the-shoulder tulle dress by Dior, contrasting the taupe fabric with a bright neon pink lip.
Jo Koy and Chelsea Handler
The adorable couple walked the red carpet together, giving photographers plenty of cute moments to capture. Handler wore an off-the-shoulder black midi-dress while Koy went for a simple suit paired with a partially buttoned white shirt.
Lenny Kravitz embodied rock ‘n’ roll at the Grammys, wearing a pair of skin tight black leather pants, heeled boots, and a cowl neck silver mesh top, styled with his signature sunglasses and layered necklaces across his bare chest.
Cynthia Erivo went full metallic for her look on Sunday evening, wearing a unique silver gown with ruched sleeves, a statement belt, and a high slit to show off her legs and matching platform heels.
Leon Bridges went for a neutral look, wearing a cream suit with gold floral embroidering on the sleeves of the cropped jacket and flared bottoms.
The country singer went for a black strapless gown with a square neckline and high slit, adorned with a white bow on her hip.
Tiara Thomas, who was up for song of the year, rocked an entirely black ensemble, including a structured long blazer, sheer dress, along with a triangle bikini-style top and micro skirt.
Benny Blanco, the writer behind some of your favorite songs, including Rihanna’s “Diamonds” and Katy Perry’s “California Girls,” went for an embroidered jewel-toned two-piece look with a zip-up jacket, cropped pants, and a pair of matching oxfords.
Diplo chose a monochromatic black suit for the night, but rather than style his ensemble just a shirt, the DJ added a simple black turtleneck underneath.