Grammy Awards 2018: The 14 best dressed, from Lady Gaga to Chrissy Teigen and SZA
Stars, including Lady Gaga and Cardi B, turned out on the Grammys red carpet Sunday with white roses in solidarity with the Time's Up movement against sexual misconduct. (Jan. 28)
Pop stars, models and music legends brought drama, high fashion and some jaw-dropping looks to the Grammys red carpet on Sunday.
Who slayed the fashion game? Here are our favorite looks.
Luck be a lady in gothic black. Lady Gaga stunned in her Armani Privé gown, which featured a lace bodice and a long, dramatic train. And did you catch her rings?
The model, who is pregnant with her second child, looked oh-so-glamorous in this Grammys-approved silver Yanina Couture gown.
Childish Gambino's white Ermenegildo Zegna Couture tux was on fire. And those Tod's velvet loafers? A baller move.
Another baller? Eve, who stood out in this glittering pantsuit by Naeem Khan with Chopard jewelry.
The British star looked dapper in this green suit.
Monáe took the white roses for Time's Up a step further with a floral printed tux by Dolce & Gabbana.
The best-new-artist contender went for an ethereal white gown from Atelier Versace.
The Bodak Yellow rapper took the Grammys carpet by storm in her voluminous white gown (which had material to spare) from Ashi Studio and Christian Louboutin shoes, of course.
The successful solo star stood out in a siren-red gown from Vivienne Westwood Couture and Bulgari jewels.
The R&B star glittered in a perfectly tailored gold dress.
The country singer's shimmering Julien Macdonald dress featured a geometric pattern that made it more than your average sequined gown.
Ne-Yo proved a velvet mustard smoking jacket was the best match for a Time's Up white rose.
The Most Girls singer wore a sleek white dress, adding a playful touch with purple patent boots, both by Alexandre Vauthier.
A sleek Jean Paul Gaultier jumpsuit is a perfect fit for Cyrus, who has been more refined with her look lately.