Once again, another year has passed and it's time to celebrate 2019's greatest names in music. The diversity in this year's 62nd Grammy awards knows no bounds as we welcome new artists like Lizzo and Billie Eilish into the folds. We have seen pop, rock, rap, and many other genres break barriers, but with music comes to fashion that equally made its mark in the industry. From Louis Vuitton to Gucci, fashion unites music and artists together. A staple of every red carpet and the most talked about, we are giving you a look at some of Couture's favorite looks from music's biggest night!
This year, Bebe Rexha wowed the red carpet in a complete opposite look of last year's beautiful red Monsoori number. Head to toe in a sleek power suit, a sheer chainmail inspired turtleneck and high-waisted pants completed this outfit for a very understated yet glamorous finish that we will want to copy in the future.
Rocking the red carpet in two different dresses, Ariana Grande did not hesitate to show off her sleek long ponytail and make a massive fashion statement. Her first gown, a custom gray Giambattista Valli Haute Couture, features layers of tulle and accessorized with long satin gloves. Not long after, she switched to a Schiaparelli two-piece number in the same tonal gray that wowed with a satin and crystal top piece and a large full skirt. Never to disappoint, Grande looked every part a princess on the red carpet.
Clearly one of the biggest winners of the night, the now five-time winning Grammy artist arrived on the red carpet making her unique style known. The black and green custom Gucci oversized suit shined with glittering crystal GG details and matching Gucci sneakers that all matched her hair, nails, and personality. Despite her young age, Eilish embodied the style of Gucci with her own twist that left all of us in awe.
Classy and glamorous, Lizzo not only took home a Grammy, but also one of the best looks of the evening. The Old Hollywood Glam strapless white Versace gown accentuated her body's silhouette with silver details and a thigh-high slit while a simple diamond necklace and fur shawl completed the look. Simply gorgeous, Lizzo did not hesitate to appear in an outfit fit for a goddess and that we will want to remember forever.
#Lizzo arrives to the Grammy Awards in a bespoke #AtelierVersace dress. The white dress was embroidered by hand with Swarovski crystals in the House's Milanese atelier. #VersaceCelebrities #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/UKc5KsB2Ko— VERSACE (@Versace) January 26, 2020
Dapper and sleek while complimenting his wife's orange gown, John Legend stepped on the red carpet in a cool gray suit with a white button-down. The Alexander McQueen ensemble features a unique jacket with half of a long pleated front and white button-down for a simple yet classy and fashionable finish.
Definitely a different take on his sister's unique red carpet look, Finneas O'Connell arrived a winner alongside his younger sister Billie Eilish taking home a total of five Grammy awards. Boasting a floral print jacket and classic black suit pants and shoes, this simple yet fashionable look suited the young producer.
Lil Nas X
Expected not to disappoint with a star-studded stage, Lil Nas X took home two Grammy awards and grabbed the eyes of attendees on the red carpet with his cowboy-inspired hot pink ensemble. Decked from head to toe in custom Versace, the vibrant pink with added harnesses and a mesh top spoke volumes to the artist's style and personality.
Tyler, the Creator
Not only did he take home his very first Grammy award for Best Rap Album, Tyler, the Creator showed off his eccentric personality on the stage and the red carpet. Complete with a luggage carrying his outfit for later in the evening, the pink and red custom Golf Le Fleur bellhop ensemble was definitely the talk of the night.
Never one to disappoint, Billy Porter stunned the world again last night with his statement-making outfit. The form-fitting ensemble featured a turquoise fringed sequin jumpsuit designed by Scott Studenberg while a matching motorized hat allowed the fringe to be moved in order to see his matching makeup and continue to be the talk of social media until the next award show!
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Get on my nerves, and the curtain closes! 😂 Living for my @recordingacademy / #GRAMMYs custom @bajaeast lewk and custom hat by @sarahsokolmillinery styled by @sammyratelle. 💎💎💎 #grammys2020 . . Styling and Creative Direction by @sammyratelle for @rrrcreative agency | @thewallgroup⠀ Make-Up by @nellichristine Cut by @johncotton3 Styling Assistants: @ashleymarienyc, @ashleydai1, @alexandra.bucokova Custom Look by @scottstudengerg of @bajaeast ⠀ Custom Hat by @sarahsokolmillinery ⠀ Mechanically enhanced by @smooth.technology ⠀ Jewelry by @alexisbittar ⠀ Custom handbag by @judithleiberny⠀ Boots by @coach | Crystalized by @amorirstudio⠀ Crystals provided by @preciosacomponents⠀ Nails by @nailzbyvee | @cndworld 📸 by @santiagraphy & @gettyentertainment
Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani
While Blake Shelton went simple with a three-piece black suit, Gwen Stefani added a little flair with a short strapless Dolce & Gabbana piece. Bringing the sea to the most coveted award show, the ivory fabric of this dress was adorned with hundreds of seashells. Classy and interesting, this couple definitely made their name on the carpet.
Korean pop sensation, BTS, are taking over the world once again and made their mark at their second Grammys appearance. Despite no nominations, the group of seven joined Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus, Diplo, and more on stage to perform "Seoul Town Road," a remix to the Grammy award-winning song. Simple yet completely stylish, the boy group looked dapper and stunning in Bottega Veneta coats and suits, ready to take on the weather and show off their impeccable style.
BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. BTS. @bts_bighit #ERedCarpet #GRAMMYs #LiveFromE pic.twitter.com/Z3vFhdsO19— E! Entertainment (@eentertainment) January 27, 2020
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