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


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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