All the Best Red Carpet Looks From the 2024 Grammys

From Dua Lipa in custom Courrèges to Miley in Maison Margiela.

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Without fail, the Grammys red carpet delivers a slew of iconic fashion moments. Jennifer Lopez's green Versace dress from 2000 quite literally broke the Internet and is the reason Google Images exists. Flashing back even further, the bikini-style butterfly crop top Cher wore to the 1974 ceremony continues to rank as one of the mononymous singer's best looks ever (and, as you know, there's some steep competition in that category). The 2024 Grammy Awards are already making fashio history once again.

From new takes on naked dresses to upcycled Barbiecore (shoutout to Billie Eilish), the best looks from the 2024 Grammys red carpet are on their way to joining the fashion hall of fame. Dua Lipa arrived early in a custom Courrèges gown that she describes as her "armor" for the evening, while Victoria Monet walked hand in hand with her daughter in coordinating brown silk dresses by Versace. There was Miley Cyrus, too, who stopped (plastic) hearts in an artisanal barely-there beaded dress designed exclusively by John Galliano for Maison Margiela. Last but not least, Taylor Swift shut down the red carpet in a dramatic custom Schiaparelli gown with black opera gloves.

Ahead, find all the most noteworthy looks from the 2024 Grammys red carpet.

Taylor Swift in Schiapparelli

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Taylor Swift shut down the red carpet in an ivory corseted Schiapparelli gown with black opera length gloves.

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Lana Del Rey

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Lana Del Rey arrived in a gothic black puff-sleeved dress.

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Doja Cat in Dilara Findikoglu

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Doja Cat arrived in a nude naked dress (!), which boasted a bustier bodice and flared train.

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Janelle Monae in custom Armani Privé

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Janelle Monae, whose album "The Age of Pleasure" is up for Best Progressive R&B Album and Album Of The Year, in a glittery sequined gown by Giorgio Armani.

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Olivia Rodrigo in vintage Versace

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Olivia Rodrigo, nominated for "GUTS," in a silky Versace gown studded with sparkly sapphires.

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Miley in John Galliano for Maison Margiela

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Miley Cyrus arrived in a custom beaded dress designed by John Galliano for Maison Margiela. As Zanna Roberts Rassi said, "This feels like a dress we'll be talking about for years to come."

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Chlöe in Gaurav Gupta

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Chlöe in a brown and black gown embellished with a swirling pattern of beads.

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Gracie Abrams in Chanel

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Gracie Abrams, who's in the running for Best New Artist, wore a black Chanel two-piece set.

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Halle Bailey in Gucci

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Halle Bailey in sheer and sparkly stunner by Gucci.

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Sofia Richie Grainge in Saint Laurent

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Sofia Richie Grainge offers a sleek peek into her maternity style in a black caped gown.

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Ice Spice in Baby Phat

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Best New Artist nominee Ice Spice wore denim and faux fur ensemble by Baby Phat.

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Summer Walker

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Summer Walker, nominated for Best R&B Album, in a fabulous feathered gown and coordinating hat.

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Paris Hilton in Reem Acra

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Paris Hilton attended the ceremony in a aquamarine gown with swooping beaded details.

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Coi Leray in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello

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Coi Leray, nominated for Best Rap Performance, in a Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello bodysuit and lime fur coat.

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Caroline Polacheck in vintage Olivier Theyskens

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Caroline Polacheck in a vintage Olivier Theyskens black gown featuring a sheer red lace panel and lighting-like embroidery.

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Fantasia Barrino in Cong Tri 

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Fantasia Barrino, one of the evening's performers, in an art deco-inspired cowl-neck gown.

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Tyla in Versace

Tyla, winner of the "African Music Performance" award for "Water"

Tyla, winner of the African Music Performance award for her song "Water," in a pistachio green gown with cutouts and sequined sheer panels.

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Coco Jones in Celia Kritharioti

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Coco Jones, nominated for Best New Artist, in a plunging and sequined seafoam gown.

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Billie Eilish in Chrome Hearts

Billie Eilish, nominated for "What Was I Made For," on the red carpet in a Barbie-themed look.

Billie Eilish, who's nominated for "What Was I Made For," arrived on the red carpet in a Barbie-themed look.

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Dua Lipa in custom Courrèges

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Dua Lipa shimmered in a custom Courrèges dress and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

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Paris Jackson in CELINE by Hedi Slimane

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Paris Jackson in a midriff-baring cutout dress from CELINE by Hedi Slimane.

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Victoria Monet in Atelier Versace

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Victoria Monet attended the 2024 Grammys in a strapless, lingerie-inspired gown by Versace.

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Laverne Cox in Comme des Garçons

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Laverne Cox arrived in a vintage Comme des Garçons dress, from the Japanese house's spring 2015 collection.

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Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker of Boygenius in Thom Browne

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Boygenius, up for album of the year, arrived in coordinating white Thom Browne suits with floral lapels.

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Emma Childs
Fashion Features Editor

Emma is the fashion features editor at Marie Claire, where she writes deep-dive trend reports, zeitgeisty fashion featurettes on what style tastemakers are wearing, long-form profiles on emerging designers and the names to know, and human interest vignette-style round-ups. Previously, she was Marie Claire's style editor, where she wrote shopping e-commerce guides and seasonal trend reports, assisted with the market for fashion photo shoots, and assigned and edited fashion celebrity news.

Emma also wrote for The Zoe Report, Editorialist, Elite Daily, Bustle, and Mission Magazine. She studied Fashion Studies and New Media at Fordham University Lincoln Center and launched her own magazine, Childs Play Magazine, in 2015 as a creative pastime. When she's not waxing poetic about niche fashion topics, you'll find her stalking eBay for designer vintage, reading literary fiction on her Kindle, and baking banana bread in her tiny NYC kitchen.