Another year, another Grammys red carpet in the books. And while it’s hard to narrow down the Grammys’ best-dressed from music’s biggest night, these celebrities came on top to dominate our favorite looks once again. Glamour editors know a good ’fit when we see one, and these fashion moments from the 64th annual Grammy Awards keep on replaying in our mind—almost like some songs from the night’s winners. (We’re talking about “Driver’s License,” if you couldn’t tell!)
What exactly makes a celebrity part of our best-dressed list? According to our editors, it’s an unapologetic sense of personal style. Although every celeb can look fantastic on the red carpet, there are only a few who really hit the sweet spot between dressing up and remaining true to their stylistic identity. We saw it for actors at the Oscars, and for these musicians, the challenge is as simple as writing a hit song.
Check out who ranked on the Glamour editors’ Grammys best-dressed list, below.
I absolutely love this Valentino couture dress on Japanese Breakfast’s front woman, Michelle Zauner. The puffy shape of the dress, along with the amount of fun texture it has with the ruffles, really reminds me of Bjork’s iconic swan dress from the 2001 Oscars. Both Zauner and the Icelandic singer are pretty quirky, so I’m so happy to see Zauner stick true to her identity instead of wearing an overwhelming, bedazzled gown that would have been more “traditional” by the industry’s standards. Her fun nails and yellow graphic eyeliner seal the deal for me that this look is by far the best of the night, along with her fun space buns. It also feels strikingly familiar to Japanese Breakfast’s album Jubilee with its color palette. —Ana Escalante, editorial assistant.