Doja Cat opted for neon feathers and a zip-up motorcycle-inspired look all the way and Cynthia Erivo stunned in a sparkly silver dress with gold accents from Louis Vuitton at the Grammys when Sunday’s big music night offered a moment. luxury fashion for the stars.
Dressed in Roberto Cavalli, Doja’s revealing look included cat claw zippers on each arm and a feathered skirt.
“I want to be the cat lady, so let me be that,” she said.
Erivo’s dress featured a low cut front with a gold bib effect on top and a gold belt, while DaBaby lit up a dramatically trimmed red carpet in a bright mustard and green floral suit from Dolce & Gabbana. . Erivo didn’t hit the rug, but made a statement anyway. Her dress was adorned with more than 60,000 glass beads, crystals, and sequins. She completed the look with jewelry from Tiffany & Co.
Dua Lipa also shone, in a pink sequin Versace dress with a butterfly motif. The form-fitting dress featured slits at the hips and a sexy high slit.
“It was really cool to collaborate,” she said of the look.
Billie Eilish combined her long nails with a baggy look of pink and black Gucci pants, her hat and mask also matched.
DaBaby, her mom, Linda, next to her dressed in red, finished off her outfit with a wide-brimmed green hat with red underneath. He was present in person, but first created an Instagram red carpet moment with his daughter, as no children were allowed on the Los Angeles show.
Joanie Leeds, winner of the best children’s music album, did something similar away from her home in New York.
“I actually created a step and a repeat and a red carpet,” he told reporters during a virtual press conference before the show. “We all walked the red carpet and we had a photographer here and we took some really good photos.”
Leeds wore a multi-colored sequin dress by Nicole Miller, and slipped off her silver heels to show it off on camera.
“Just because we’re virtual this year, I wasn’t going to wear my hoodie,” said Leeds, a first-time Grammy winner.
Due to precautions against the pandemic, the “red carpet” was not the usual mass of cameras and television equipment. A select few outlets were allowed on-site to conduct live interviews, at a safe distance.
The evening’s host, Trevor Noah, showed up to the cropped carpet in a classic black Gucci tuxedo, while nominee Debi Nova looked big, and pink, in a minidress that had a huge train and tropical details, by Georges Chakra. . Phoebe Bridgers wore a black dress adorned with a beaded human skeleton, by Thom Browne, and Megan Thee Stallion wore a strapless bright orange princess look with a high side slit and a huge bow at the back and train from Dolce & Gabbana. Her Chopard choker finished off the look.
“I wanted to blow up. I wanted to look like a Grammy, ”Megan said.
Nandi Howard, Essence’s Associate Fashion Editor, praised the style moments provided by Megan and DaBaby.
“I’m looking forward to seeing D&G work more with hip-hop artists. Megan looked so majestic in her orange dress, and tonight she wore her outfit effortlessly. I hope to see her in haute couture more often. He takes it very well, ”he said.
Howard also congratulated Lizzo, who flashed a pink mermaid look to present an award and earlier wore a short strapless seafoam pleated gown from Balmain. She dripped in Bulgari jewelry.
“We usually see cutting edge dresses at the Grammys, but we let Lizzo change them in the best way,” Howard said.
Jacob Collier said he went for comfort in a Stella McCartney floral turtleneck sweater and a red suit.
“I’ve never been asked about clothes before,” he said. “I feel like a rock star.”
At Dundas, ELLA wore a burgundy mid-calf tunic with matching baggy pants.
Jonathan Evans, Esquire’s style director, saw a healthy dose of the 1970s flare in menswear, largely at Gucci. Bruno Mars and Anderson. Paak donned a casual outfit for Silk Sonic’s debut.
“The big lapels and flared pants can, I admit, sound a bit intimidating, or like a throwback to the old days, but when you see the way guys like Anderson. Paak, Finneas, and Harry Styles wear it, it feels cool. “, He said.
All three wore Gucci. Evans said of Styles’ look: “A jacket with a pattern that looks like it might be one of your grandmother’s favorite tea cozies is one thing, but a short jacket with a gigantic lapel that channels Nana? That’s the kind of thing Styles seems to make usable. “
Styles then performed in a black leather suit, needing a shirt, with a green boa around his neck. He wore a purple boa with his short jacket.
Noah Cyrus spoke to reporters in a cream-colored dress with a huge cape effect that wrapped around her face. He was a Schiaparelli, said a grim, first-time Grammy-nominated Cyrus. She said she was honored to be the first to use it. Cyrus is mourning the recent death of his grandmother.
“I wish my grandmother had seen this,” she said of her nomination.