Artists wear white roses to Grammy Awards to fight sexual harassment.

At the Grammys, you either go big or go home.

The musical fête is typically the place for over-the-top fashion during awards season, compared with the polish of the Oscars and glitz of the Golden Globes. And this year didn't disappoint. 

On Sunday, musicians lined the red carpet dressed in their outlandish best. So who made the most of the moment?


The pop star tucked a white rose into this risky, belted feathered gown.

Andra Day

Day fully committed to this retro suit-dress, from her bouffant to her matching, classic red lip.

Lil Uzi Vert

Grammys attire meant a hoodie and Hot Topic-worthy tripp pants for the rapper. And the level of enthusiasm the Bad and Boujee collaborator displayed was downright ... infectious? Exhibit A: When Giuliana Rancic asked Lil Uzi "what's next" for him, the rapper offered a verbal shrug. “Waking up. Eating some Pop-Tarts," he replied. And, scene.



The Praying singer went for a Western ensemble, right down to her glittery boots.

Tyler, the Creator

The rapper took his Louis Vuitton scarf and ran with it, pairing it with a giant white trapper hat. What's under that hat, you ask?

A leopard-printed 'do, obviously.

Joy Villa 

A hand-painted fetus inside a rainbow uterus is one way to put political views on display, and the I Make the Static singer went for it Sunday.

Patrick Starrr

The makeup guru and YouTube star pulled out all the stops, and all of the pink. 

Kali Uchis 

An all-purple metallic jumpsuit is one way to make a splash as an up-and-coming singer.

Ava Max 

Someone took the prompt to wear white roses for the Time's Up movement to heart. The Clap Your Hands singer wore a painted version of a rose on her heart and a floral brocade suit. 

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