Doja Cat

Doja has to be the best dressed celebrity of the eve as the artist pulled off designer Dilara Findikoglu. The strapless sheery gown featured a corsetted bodice and a tail train, which she adorned with blood red heels and a cocktail sunglass. Even though she adorned diamond jwelries, her tattoos were her real accessories!

Taylor Swift

Mother Taylor Swift has not only grabbed hearts with her Album of the Year Award but also with her Grammys appearance as she reached wearing a Schiaparelli couture gown. The dazzling strapless white gown with a thigh high slit detail paired with black opera gloves stole the show.


Artists Tyla wore a sage green custom Versace gown that gave the oozing red carpet moment from the 66th Grammys. The assymetrical dress featured numerous cut-outs and a one shouldered sleeve detail. The uneven structure of the dress gave the needed drama at the starry eve.

Dua Lipa

The Levitating singer 'Dua Lipa' added glitter in her silver bejeweled gown which was from none other than Courrèges and Tiffany & Co. The full sleeve sequin gown gave Hollywood glamour with a deep plunging neckline and her iconic red hairs.

Olivia Rodrigo

Channelling classic Hollywood, Olivia Rodrigo bought in life the lost glamour in a Versace archival masterpiece from Spring 1995 collection. Originally worn by supermodel Linda Evangelista, Olivia's red lips and side parted hairs gave vintage touch to the very modern red carpet eve.

Victoria Monét

Victoria Monét twinned with her daughter, Hazel, in bronze Versace gowns that instantly titled among the best dressed Grammys guest list and we all see why.

Ice Spice

If drama would have been named after an artist, it has to be Ice Spice. The yellow bob curls paired with a Baby Phat denim look - top to bottom trimmed with fuzzy details was screaming avatar of the eve.

Chlöe Bailey

Stepping on the red carpet, Chlöe Bailey gave a whole new avatar in her bronze golden hair. Speaking off her outfit, the artist wore Indian designer Gaurav Gupta. The one strap brown moment, pink nude lips, side parted hairs was on point!

Miley Cyrus

With custom Margiela and a close-to-God updo, Miley Cyrus has channeled costume iconography at the momentary evening. The barely-there gold metal look was made up of hundreds of safety pins by designer John Galliano, referenced with a similar look from his FW 1996 collection.

Caroline Polachek

An another artist of the eve who bough back lost glamour was none other than Caroline Polachek who reached wearing an archival Olivier Theyskens gown. Detailed with red lace, the black dress served a visual treat to the fashion enthusiasts.