Last night, tons of the biggest artists in the music industry rocked the red carpet for the 2018 Grammy Awards in New York City. With this many fashionable icons in one venue, you know there was no shortage of red carpet glamour.
Typically, the Grammys are a venue for stars to go all out with their creative, head-turning looks. It’s less formal than other events, and many artists use the show as an opportunity to make a statement. This year, countless guests and honorees decided to wear a white rose as part of their ensemble in honor of the Time’s Up movement. (If you recall, nearly all attendees of this year’s Golden Globe Awards wore black in solidarity for the same cause.)
Below, we are rounding up some of our standout favorites from the glamorous and celebratory Grammy Awards evening.
Singer Camila Cabello was red-hot in a ruched satin Vivienne Westwood gown for this big occasion. Is she channeling the red dress dancer emoji? Every chance she gets!
Miley Cyrus was the picture of elegance wearing a breathtaking red Zac Posen ballgown for her appearance at the Grammys this year. The songstress channeled Old Hollywood glamour in her style, and took the stage with Elton John for a memorable performance of “Tiny Dancer.”
Beyonce and Jay Z
Is any best-dressed list complete without Beyonce? We think not. For this year’s Grammy Awards, Beyonce and Jay Z rocked coordinating all-black outfits that made a major impact. For Queen Bey, this look was ALL about the dramatic accessories – that only she could pull off this flawlessly
Lady Gaga is one performer who always knows how to wear show-stopping gowns. For this Grammy ensemble, the artist wore an intricate black lace Armani Privé gown with a miles-long train. Classic elegance, indeed.
Performer Cardi B was READY for her princess moment at the 2018 Grammy Awards. The star wore an angelic gown by Ashi Studio– which she, of course, paired with her signature Christian Louboutin heels.
Lana Del Rey
Singer Lana Del Rey wore a sparkling, star-print Gucci gown for the Grammys this year, and paired her dress with a halo crown of coordinating silver stars. What a moment!— Richard Editorial Staff