This past weekend was the annual GRAMMY Awards – said to be one of the biggest nights to honor our most acclaimed members of the music industry, and a time for all fashionable musicians to bring their A-game.
From the red carpet to the stage, here are some of our favorite looks.
LADY GAGA IN ALEX ULICHNY
Lady Gaga has lately been venturing further away from her once avant garde red carpet getups. You could imagine our excitement when she stepped out sporting leather, chains, fringe, some serious under-boob, and 10 inch shoes... an outfit that is much more the risk-taking Gaga of yesteryear than the Gaga we've been seeing as of late. We happily welcome back more creative and edgy looks like this.
Similarly rocking the look of leather-and-chain is Laverne Cox, who wore this figure-hugging 'Bad Gal' take on the classic LBD.
GET THE LOOK: GIRL GONE BAD
While we love Halsey's homage to TLC that the singer wore on the GRAMMYs red carpet, she also wore this number at the Delta pre-show party that is all about our favorite trend right now – see-through mesh.
HALSEY IN STEINROHNER
GET THE LOOK: DON'T MESH WITH ME
One of the best dressed bands of the night was a cappella group Pentatonix, who took home their third GRAMMY for their collaboration with (our queen) Dolly Parton.
FROM L TO R: AVI KAPLAN, SCOTT HOYING, KIRSTIN MALDONADO IN CELIA KRITHARIOTI, KEVIN OLUSOLA, MITCH GRASSI IN BALENCIAGA
While at first they might seem mismatched, the group chose to coordinate using a pallet of monochromic black/white and blue, red, and green jewel tones – a huge color story trend on the fall runways.
GET THE LOOK: JEWELS AND GEMS
Paris Jackson showed seasoned professionals how it's done, looking like candy (sour rainbow belts aka 'gay bacon,' anyone?) on the red carpet. This Balmain dress is just the right amount of sparkle.
PARIS JACKSON IN BALMAIN
GET THE LOOK: ALL THAT GLITTERS
The Lydia Dress
A GRAMMY recap without mentioning Queen Bey would be a criminal offense. Despite being very pregnant, Beyonce still delivered a breath-taking performance that included monologues, table choreography and tipping chairs that nearly gave us a heart attack, all while looking like a renaissance painting.
BEYONCE IN PETER DUNDAS
GET THE LOOK: GOLD MEMBER
, Golden Jacket