This year’s Grammy Awards were a little more subdued than last year’s as per COVID restrictions, but that didn’t stop the stars from shining bright. From Phoebe Bridgers’ staple feathered brows and berry lip to Doja Cat’s punk rock homage, here are some of our favourite looks from the evening.
Though the indie darling hasn’t scored any wins from the evening, she’s still a winner in our eyes (and, Elton John’s, apparently). Here, the Punisher singer wears her gray-blonde tresses into a sleek side part, jazzing up her embroidered Thom Browne skeleton gown with a deep berry lip, a baby wing and brushed brows.
Megan Thee Stallion
The four-time nominee (and current three-time winner) rocked up to the red carpet looking like she was teleported straight from the ’60s. Everything from the beehive updo to her larger-than-life lashes—and, who could forget, that iconic lined nude lip—has us absolutely enamoured. Throw the glitzy jewels into the mix and we’re absolutely sold!
The Future Nostalgia singer stunned on the red carpet with this Cher-inspired look. Pairing her sleek, middle-parted lengths with glittery purple shadow to match her outfit, Lipa was an absolute showstopper.
The ‘Pop Vocal’ Award winner then went on to perform during the evening, sporting this gorgeous pink monochrome look, complete with tousled waves.
The current 6-time Grammy winner turned up to the red carpet with yet another top-to-toe decal look, this time with a manicure to match her embroidered Gucci suit. Later on in the evening, Eilish took to the stage in a green ensemble (to match her brother, Finneas), sporting minimal makeup and a beautiful black-jewelled headpiece.
What can we say? Mullets are in, and Doja Cat is here for them. The ‘Say So’ singer channelled all things punk with this red carpet look, complete with foxy eyebrows and a dramatic, black smokey eye.
The sisters turned up to the Grammy’s in matching blue Prada ensembles with minimal makeup and hairstyling. While they aren’t the wildest beauty looks we’ve seen, Este’s Hime cut did catch our eye—the blunt, asymmetrical cut has its roots in Japanese culture and it’s about to be everywhere.
Lizzo did not disappoint with this stunning look—her hip length, mermaid lengths were pinned back with three pink-pearled clips to match her asymmetrical, sweetheart gown and her pearly pink manicure.
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