It wouldn’t be the Grammys without some jaw-dropping fashion, and this year’s red carpet did not disappoint.
Statement-makers like giant wigs and matador hats brought just as much entertainment and excitement as years past.
As usual, here are our picks for best- and worst-dressed, as well as best-dressed couple and best-dressed group.
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Like a fine wine that just gets better with age, Gwen Stefani rocked the Grammys red carpet in a strapless jumpsuit by Versace.
One week after pulling off her Super Bowl halftime performance, Katy Perry stunned once again thanks to a sparkly Zuhair Murad gown.
Jessie J is proof that classy and chic will always win the red carpet. The Grammy nominee looked gorgeous in a beaded black dress by Ralph & Russo.
Taylor Swift stood out in a sea of black gowns and suits, and brought much-needed color to the red carpet with a fun turquoise number by Elie Saab.
Leave it to Madonna to steal the red carpet — even if it was for all the wrong reasons. After showing up to last year’s Grammys in an ensemble reminiscent of the Quaker Oats man, the Material Girl strolled the red carpet looking like a haute couture matador thanks to a wacky getup by Givenchy.
Was that a giant Angora rabbit we spied on the red carpet? Nope, it was just Grammy nominee Sia donning an absurdly oversized wig.
This gown looked like a quinceañera dress gone bad. Someone should have reminded Rihanna that sometimes less is more.
Always one to cause a stir, reality star Kim Kardashian had everyone talking once again when she showed up in what looked like an ill-fitting, bedazzled bathrobe.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
While several notable couples hit the Grammys red carpet Sunday, it was supermodel Chrissy Teigen and singer John Legend who stood out as the best of the night.
Better in groups
They might have been new to the Grammys red carpet, but the sisters of Haim looked like season pros when it came to their ensembles.