The red carpet at tonight’s 65th annual Grammy Awards certainly did not disappoint. Music’s biggest night is never a snooze and this year was no exception. Whether it was with over-the-top capes (see: Lizzo in custom Dolce & Gabbana) or long, sweeping trains (as worn by Amanda Gorman, who wore Prada), musicians made bold statements with their wardrobe. The best-dressed of the bunch were those who balanced the high drama expected of the Grammys with a sense of sophistication and refinement.
Rapper Doja Cat, for instance, went the vampy route in a black, one-shouldered latex gown by Versace—complete with the matching opera gloves. Viola Davis secured her EGOT status in a beaded Naeem Khan number, which shined just as bright as she did. The best vintage moment of the night, however, belonged to Anitta. The Brazilian singer opted for a vintage Versace gown from 2003. With its elaborate ruching, the strapless design still felt modern and fresh 20 years later.
As for the evening’s best-clad gentlemen? Harry Styles proved he’s still the king of jumpsuits in an Egonlab onesie made of Swarovski crystals. There were also sleeker menswear moments, like Steve Lacy’s discreet (yet elegant) black Saint Laurent suit, punctuated with a tasteful crystal brooch. Sometimes it’s the smallest details that can pack the biggest punch.
Below, more of the best dressed stars at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
Originally published on Vogue.com