The Coolest Looks From The Grammys Red Carpet 2018

Continuing to use the red carpet as a platform for change, celebrities carried white roses in support of the Time's Up movement


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Nominated for five awards including Best New Artist (making her the most-nominated woman), R&B singer-songwriter SZA chose an ethereal Atelier Versace Fall 2017 Couture dress to wear for her first-ever Grammy Awards red carpet.

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Our very own Lorde wore a red Valentino Pre-Fall 2018 gown with a textured tulle skirt and matching lipstick.

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Singer, producer and actor Janelle Monae stayed true to her signature red carpet style with an embroidered suit by Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 RTW.

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Rapper Cardi B was joined by her sister Hennessy Carolina on the red carpet, wearing a sculptural creation by Ashi Studio Fall 2017 Couture. The siblings' dresses complemented each other, and both carried white roses in honour of the Time's Up movement.

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Donald Glover looked suave wearing a white Ermenegildo Zegna suit with black loafers, before winning the award for Best Traditional R&B Perfomance for Redbone under his stage name Childish Gambino.

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Lana Del Rey wore a cream and star-spangled Gucci dress with a starry halo, in a look reminiscent of one worn by Hedy Lamarr, old Hollywood actress and inventor of a crucial piece of Nazi code-breaking technology.

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Eve also chose to shine in an embellished, geometric striped suit by Naeem Khan Fall 2017 RTW and Chopard jewellery.

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Ne-Yo channelled the fun spirit of the Grammys in a Grayscale suit, with a golden yellow velvet jacket, pin-tucked shirt and white rose on his lapel.

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Before performing with Sir Elton John, Miley Cyrus walked the red carpet looking sleek and chic in a simple and well-fitted Jean-Paul Gaultier Fall 2007 Couture look. It was far from boring, thanks to the unique shoulder detail, and she too carried a long-stemmed white rose.

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Although she didn't walk the red carpet, Beyonce still managed to steal the show in a Nicolas Jebran Couture velvet dress, with a sculptural hat, sunglasses and huge diamond earrings.

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Rihanna wore an off-the-shoulder leather Alexandre Vauthier Couture look to accept her and Kendrick Lamar's award for Best Rap/Sung Performance for their song Loyalty, before performing Wild on stage with DJ Khaled.

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A stylish and fun departure from a black suit, Sam Smith wore a double-breasted forest green suit by Cerruti 1881.

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Chrissy Teigen did red carpet pregnancy style well in a silver sequinned dress by Yanina Couture.

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It's no meat dress, but Lady Gaga's Armani Prive gown still stayed true to her unique style with a voluminous skirt over full-body lace and platform shoes.

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Actor and comedian Sarah Silverman wore a black dress by New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn, accessorised with fishnet stockings, boots and pearls.

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