The Coolest Looks from the Grammys Red Carpet 2017

See Adele, Jennifer Lopez and the other standout looks from the Grammys red carpet 2017

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Moving away from her signature black red carpet look, Adele stuns in an olive green Givenchy Couture gown. The singer received five nominations, including Album of the Year. Picture / Getty

Paris Jackson, who will present at this year's awards, wears Balmain. Revisit the most iconic Grammys fashion moments. Picture / Supplied

Singer Santigold hits the red carpet at the Grammys for the first time. She's wearing a Gucci dress and is holding an LED clutch which has messages about women's rights issues scrolling across it. Picture / Getty

Presenter Jennifer Lopez gets fierce on the red carpet wearing a sweeping lilac gown by Ralph and Russo Couture. Picture / Getty

Five-time Grammy winner Celine Dion taps into what is dubbed to be 2017’s biggest trend, the 80s - her recent style overhaul showing no sign of slowing down in this Zuhair Murad Couture gown. Picture / Getty

Solange Knowles, who won an award for best R&B Performance, goes for a dramatic gold-pleated Gucci gown. Picture / Getty

Model Chrissy Teigen, wearing Roberto Cavalli, and musician John Legend kept it sleek and sexy. Legend is part of the lineup of performers at the awards, alongside Adele, Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Metallica. Picture / Getty

Rihanna opts for a two-piece look by Armani Prive – the singer received eight nominations, Beyonce taking out the top spot with nine in total. Take a look at some of her most memorable outfits. Picture / Getty

Ahead of her performance at the awards with Metallica, Lady Gaga brings the drama in thigh-high boots and takes “under-boob” to a new level. Her two-piece look by American designer Alex Ulichny. We rounded up some of her most memorable looks. Picture / Getty

Beyonce stole the show in a custom look by Peter Dundas, the first the designer has created since he left his post as creative director of Roberto Cavalli in October last year. Picture / Getty

Paying homage to Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren, Katy Perry donned a Tom Ford pantsuit for her politically charged Grammys performance – her armband reading ‘Persist’. Picture / Getty.

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