THE LONG awaited 63rd Grammy Awards took place last night in all its glory, despite continued coronavirus restrictions, and their previous postponement. Much of the ceremony took place virtually, but a host of guests persevered in delivering the uncut sartorial drama that we have come to expect from the Awards. Below are Glass’ best dressed list.
Triple nominee Doja Cat wore Roberto Cavalli: a leather and feathered dress unzipped and paired with a punky mullet and suitably feline smudgy black eyeliner. Fierce and funky at once.
Lizzo shone in Balmain, with an eighties silhouette and noughties shimmer, dripping in Bvlgari diamonds.
Bad Bunny, winner of Best Latin Pop or Urban Album with YHLQMDLG, wore head to toe Burberry, accessorised with a single sunflower and ‘70s-inspired yellow-tinted sunglasses.
The Haim sisters wore custom Prada in periwinkle blue: layered variations were tied together with pointed, sling back kitten heels. The looks were at once sharply contemporary, and paid homage to 1960s space-age silhouettes.
Chloe x Halle wore Louis Vuitton, having received three nominations. Their custom silk organza gowns, embroidered with glass beads, were paired with latex and sheer mesh.
Louis Vuitton also dressed BTS, who were nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and made their debut solo Grammys performance.
Dua Lipa won Best Pop Vocal Album with Future Nostalgia and glittered in custom Atelier Versace. Her gown was rendered in the dreamy colour palette of the Aurora Borealis, entirely made up of crystal encrusted fine mesh.
Harry Styles wore his now signature Gucci – a sweater vest layered with flared trousers, plaid blazer and a lilac feather boa which was later swapped for lime green as he performed in a leather suit. Styles won Best Pop Solo Performance for Watermelon Sugar.
Burna Boy won Best Global Music Album for Twice as Tall dressed in Dior. His shirt bore an all-over Dior and Kenny Scharf print, a motif that was also embroidered in silk on his orange leather belt.
Kali Uchis won her first Grammy for her collaboration with Kaytranada on 10%. She marked the marked the occasions in a mesh Mugler bodysuit by Casey Cadwallader.
Having broken the record for the most Grammys won by a female artist with her 28th win for Best R&B Performance, Beyoncé wore Burberry, designed by Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci, to the Grammy Awards after-party.
Her custom look was made up of a silver nailhead mesh embroidered gown and crystal chain cage corset with platform leather heels,silver nailhead mesh head wrap and veil.