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At the 62nd Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26, the music crowd turned up in all their fashion glory on the red carpet, donning creative looks that spanned a broad spectrum. In an era of genre-free music, the boundaries also came down around gender and size.
While pop princess Ariana Grande stepped out in a soft, voluminous, tulle Giambattista Valli ballgown, Lizzo went full-on glam, channeling Diana Ross in a strapless white Atelier Versace siren dress with a high slit and a faux fur stole.
And gender-benders brought their all.
Eighteen-year-old Billie Eilish (the youngest to sweep the Big Four awards) upped her style game as part of the Gucci gang in a crystal-embellished look including an oversized bowling shirt and jogger pants, with slime green GG-logo nails to match.
Billy Porter continued his ode to disco in a Baja East jumpsuit, cropped jacket and accessories covered with over 70,000 crystals — not to mention a hat with a remote-control crystal-fringed veil.
Diplo decked himself out in 108 carats worth of jewels, while Shaun Ross went head-to-toe in pearls— from his boots to his suiting to his drop earrings.
In a bellhop-inspired pale pink suit of his own design, Tyler the Creator accessorized with a suitcase filled with wardrobe changes.
Blending country and hip-hop, while wearing a studded Western look in Day-Glo fuchsia, complete with a harness (by Atelier Versace, no less), Lil Nas X has just dropped the mic.
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