Grammys 2024 red carpet fashion: Miley Cyrus leaves little to imagination, Janelle Monáe’s daring look

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Happy Grammy Awards night, aka the occasion that gave us Jennifer Lopez in her tropical, plunging Versace just a few short *cough* 24 years ago.

Ahead of strutting into Los Angeles’ Crypto.com arena Sunday eve for music’s biggest night, stars and artists worked the red carpet — amid a rare hurricane warning — with the confidence that many of them possess as they perform on a stadium stage.

Many wore metallics — like Dua Lipa, Miley Cyrus, Chloe Bailey and Jon Batiste. Taylor Swift traded Kansas City red for a cream-colored Schiaparelli gown. Olivia Rodrigo also opted for a gown in the timeless shade, channeling an old Hollywood flare.

Quite surprisingly for a Grammys carpet, many attendees decided to play it safe, but still, a select few weren’t afraid to be bold. Without further ado, here are the ensembles that topped our style charts (in no particular order).

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Taylor Swift

Well somebody scored a fashion touchdown.

We’re guessing Arrowhead Stadium, or at least one Kansas City Chief, is going wild for Taylor Swift‘s corset gown by Schiaparelli. The “Reputation” singer paired the design, which featured a thigh-bearing slit, with black gloves and statement necklaces. She wore her hair own in loose waves and thin braids.

Janelle Monáe

Janelle Monáe looked like a work of art in the custom-made Giorgi Armani Prive gown which featured a bustier bodice and deep neckline.

When asked about her glitzy, daring sequin ensemble on E!’s “Live from the Red Carpet,” Janelle Monáe told Laverne Cox she was “feeling classic, timeless, futuristic, all pleasurable.” The singer added she was “standing in Black pride … and in a state of joy,” alluding to her album released last June, “The Age of Pleasure.”

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus wowed with her performance outfit that she changed into for the show. (She arrived wearing a gold, metal ensemble that left little to the imagination.) When she took the stage, Cyrus glimmered in a frock adorned with crystals and jewel-toned stones.

Olivia Rodrigo

That’s one way to “get him back!”

Olivia Rodrigo arrived in an elegant ivory gown, embellished with crystals. Rodrigo, like others on our list, is wearing a throwback or archival look. Hers is Versace from 1995. Channeling old Hollywood, Rodrigo wore her hair in soft waves with a bold red glossy lip.

Coi Leray

Far from playing it coy, rapper/singer Coi Leray showed exactly why “Girls Is Players Too.”

The black, archival bodysuit designed by YSL highlighted her legs and gave off a sultry, edgy look. Leray paired the sexy look with a fuzzy lime jacket, creating balance to the all-black ensemble.

Jon Batiste

Sometimes what glitters is silver.

Jon Batiste, who previously won album of the year with “We Are,” walked the carpet in a nickel-colored jacket paired with matching pants worn beneath a pleated skirt. A fresh take on formalwear from a man is always music to our ears.

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa is a pop star, but turned to heavy metal when it came to her fashion look.

The “Dance the Night” artist shined in a metallic floor-length gown by Courrèges with cutouts at her hips. To pull the look together, Lipa accessorized the look with an aquatic-themed Tiffany & Co. necklace and bracelet, making her outfit stand out that much more.

Coco Jones

Coco Jones, one of the evening’s nominees for best new artist, looked like a million bucks — or whatever Uncle Phil’s credit limit is.

Jones, who stars as Hilary Banks on Peacock’s drama “Bel-Air,” highlighted her hourglass figure in a form-hugging Celia Kritharioti dress. She accented the sparkly aqua frock with a delicate body chain.

Alessandra Ambrosio

We celebrate Alessandra Ambrosio for having a little fun on the carpet!

The model’s snug silver mermaid gown, designed by Avellano, featured ample fabric sprouting at the bottom and spilling onto the red carpet. The simple yet striking silhouette was as unexpected as it was refreshing, on this year’s Grammys red carpet at least.

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