The Most Iconic Fashion Moments at the Grammys

From the weird to the wonderful, we look back on the most iconic red carpet looks at the Grammys

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Another epic look from Lady Gaga, with her David Bowie tribute for the 2016 awards - designed by Marc Jacobs. Picture / Getty

Classic Mariah in a Little Black Dress for the 1991 Grammys, where she won Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Picture / Getty

Performing her song Nothing Really Matters at the 1999 Grammys, Madonna wore a custom kimono by Jean Paul Gaultier. Picture / Getty

In 1983, Grace Jones chose this statement hat and dress. Picture / Getty

A redesigned version of a jacket he had worn to the Oscars in 1991, Michael Jackson’s wore a pearl military jacket to the 1993 awards where his sister Janet presented him with the Grammy Legend Award - in matching white. Picture / Getty

Lauryn Hill holding her five awards at the 1999 Grammys - wearing a two-piece by Giorgio Armani. Picture / Getty

Britney Spears brought some old school glamour to the 2000 awards, in a minimal white dress by Randolph Duke and a fur stole by Oscar de la Renta. Picture / Getty

Our Rach with then beau Rod Stewart at the 1991 awards, in perfectly early 90s looks. Picture / Getty

An instant meme, Pharrell’s ‘big hat’ for the 2014 Grammys had serious fashion history - created by Vivienne Westwood from the early 80s. Picture / Getty

David Bowie was classic Thin White Duke for the 1975 Grammys. Picture / Getty

At the 1975 awards, Bette Midler wore a fabulous embellished gown with a 45 rpm record of the Del Vikings' “Come And Go With Me” as a headpiece, while Stevie Wonder rocked a patchwork denim suit. Picture / Getty

Winner of the 1988 Best New Artist, singer Jody Watley wore a vintage cocktail dress with a customised leather jacket and hoop earrings. Picture / Getty

Winning Best New Artist in 2000, Christina Aguilera wore a jewelled Versace dress that the likes of Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid would dream of wearing today. Picture / Getty

Rihanna wearing a dreamy Giambattista Valli gown in 2015. Picture / Getty

The most iconic Grammys fashion look ever: Jennifer Lopez in plunging Versace. Picture / Getty

In 2010, Lady Gaga chose this celestial look for the red carpet; a custom outfit created by Armani Prive. Picture / Getty

A pregnant M.I.A stood out at the 2009 Grammys in a sheer polka dot dress by House of Holland. Picture / Getty

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