Women not only dominated the nominations on the night, but the red carpets also. From timeless elegance to avant-garde creations, the best dressed of the 2024 Grammy Awards captivated onlookers with their impeccable style and panache.
Leading the pack was record breaking Taylor Swift, who stole the spotlight in a breathtaking black and white Schiaparelli. The star accessorised her look with black gloves with cascading necklaces.
As usual, Beyoncé wrote her own red carpet rules. The star arrived in a bespoke Louis Vuitton ensemble designed by Men’s Creative Director Pharrell Williams. The custom ensemble featured a custom black collarless Damier leather jacket with studs, matching skirt accessorised with a silver LV black belt from the Menswear Fall-Winter 2024 collection.
Disco diva Dua Lipa dazzled in in a custom chainmail gown from Courrèges.
The Flowers singer wowed the red carpet donning a gold mesh dress by Maison Margiela. The bold statement, including Jane Fonda-esque hair pushed the boundaries of conventional red carpet attire as we’d expect from Miss. Cyrus.
Song of the Year winner, Billie Eilish adopted a 1960s Barbie aesthetic with a classic Barbie bomber jacket
In a triumphant sweep, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker, collectively known as Boygenius, clinched major victories at the awards. They secured accolades for best rock performance, best rock song, and best alternative music album. Each member proudly donned a pin advocating for a ceasefire on their suit lapels.
Not to be outdone, Victoria Monét turned heads in a show-stopping bronze gown with Bvlgari accessories, channeling Hollywood glamour with a modern twist.
Blue Ivy Carter
12-year old Blue Ivy looked all grown up alongside her dad, Jay Z on stage as he accepted the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award. Blue was all smiles on stage, wearing a custom white Vivienne Westwood midi dress with a princess-like draped skirt and white boots by Larroudé.