The Best New Artist nominee first hit the red carpet serving up a modern spin on a classic Marilyn look.
Saweetie in Valentino
She followed up her glorious Valentino number with this slightly less fun Oscar de la Renta.
Saweetie in de la Renta
The “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” singer and Record of the Year nominee was a vision in white, a butterfly prince.
Lil Nas X in Balmain
It’s giving Jungle Queen/Sexy Wilma Flintstone and we can’t think of one good reason why we shouldn’t bow down.
Megan Thee Stallion
This look offers absolutely nothing for us to argue against. It’s a classic, perfectly executed.
The Best New Artist winner stepped out on her first Grammys red carpet in a slightly underwhelming Westwood gown.
The “Happier Than Ever” singer continues her streak of somehow finding fashion items that look like bad moods made.
This is exuberantly ridiculous and the “Daddy’s Home” singer looks like she loves wearing it.