11 best dressed celebs at 2020 Grammy awards

The Grammys are a showcase of the best music artists in industry. Like any other award show, the stars are expected to give their all, not only talent wise but in their fashion choices too. At the 62nd Grammy awards, we saw music icons turn up their fashion game on the red carpet. Artists gave us a broad spectrum of show stopping looks. In an era of genre-free music, we can see boundaries coming down around gender, size and style. The stars truly have turned it up a notch, expressing their artistry, their creativity and style true to themselves and their music. Let’s take a look at the best fashion moments of the night!

Billie porter. Image via insta @farendulanews

Billie Porter stunned the red carpet in his jaw dropping, disco inspired bedazzled blue jumpsuit. It’s safe to say the award presenter deserved one himself: best dressed!

Ariana Grande. Image via insta @metropolitanemagazine

Ariana Grande took the internet by storm arriving in a huge tulle Giambattista Valli number. She served Cinderella realness in the breath-taking gown.

Tyler the Creator. Image via insta @super.novaster

Tyler the creator was channeling a bellhop in Wes Anderson’s ‘ The Grand Budapest Hotel’. The rapper sported a bubblegum pink suit from his own Golf Le Fleur label. The outfit did not skip a detail as he even carried a suitcase packed with the evening’s outfit changes. Iconic.

Billie Eilish. Image via insta @gucci

Billie reigned queen of the 2020 Grammys sweeping awards across the four main categories. Not only that but she also killed her red carpet look, elevating her unique oversized aesthetic with the glam factor bumped up. Her Gucci monogramed two-piece, was neon green, sparkly and very Billie.

Lil Nas X. Image via insta @styledemocracy

Lil Nas X isn’t one to disappoint on the red carpet. He turns up to make a statement. This particular look was head to toe neon pink Versace. This fuchsia, fetish cowboy fantasy is here to stay- and we are living for it.

Lizzo. image via insta @nickimcclintockdesign

Turning heads in a full glam, old Hollywood inspired white gown, Lizzo, who was nominated for a whopping 8 Grammys was dressed to impress.

H.E.R . image via insta @nickimcclintockdesign

Not many people could pull off such a bold look- the print! the sleeves! the glasses! and don’t get me started on the belt… its a statement and we love everything about it. H.E.R owns this fit.

FKA Twigs. Image via insta @tahliah_debrett_barnet

This captivating Baroque style dress was custom made for F.K.A Twigs by her close friend Ed Marler, and it couldn’t look better on her. It’s sexy, yet regal and a little dark. The ultimate fairy tale fantasy. Which she pulls off effortlessly. 

Shaun Ross. Image via @shaundross

Shaun Ross was not afraid to have eyes on him. His gender bending ensemble was a heavily embellished pearl look from head to toe. Drop earrings to pearl knee high boots. The musician looked opulent and meant business with this look.

Alessandra Ambrosio. Image via insta @Alessandraambrosio

Legs,legs,legs! model stunned in asymmetric playsuit from Balmain’s SS20 collection. Made in monochrome, it flashes her figure tastefully with its one-shoulder cape detail and super short hemline. Alessandra amped up the drama with statement earrings and embellished sandals, creating a look we can’t get enough of.

Lucky Daye. Image via insta @grayscaleic

The American singer wore a striking satin looking, mint double breasted suit. The colour was breath taking against the musicians skin tone, accessorising with a silver chain and metallic shoes to match, the look was individual and yet seemed effortless- all round win-win!

I hope you enjoyed our top picks- Did we miss any out that you loved? Let us know on-. Instagram or Twitter both at @carbononcampus.

Rosie Stewart