The Coolest Looks From The Grammy Awards Red Carpet 2019

Our favourite red-carpet looks showcased the power of individuality


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MILEY CYRUS

The Nothing Breaks Like A Heart singer opts for a classy Mugler pre-fall 2019 trouser suit with a slick hairdo.

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LEON BRIDGES

Leon Bridges personalized his matching gold corduroy jacket and trousers in tribute to Texas.The hand-coloured set by artisanal label Bode, was stenciled with a guitar, musical notes, horse shoes, playing cards and a tiger.

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JANELLE MONAE

The singer is known for her avant-garde approach to style, selecting a Jean Paul Gautier spring 2019 couture creation for this occasion.

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ALICIA KEYS

Grammy Awards host Alicia had several outfit changes during the night, but chose an Armani Prive button up red gown for the red carpet.

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MARK RONSON

The music producer sharpens up in a double breasted Celine tuxedo.

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TRACEE ELLIS ROSS

Never one to disappoint with her confident fashion choices, Tracee selects a vivid green Ralph & Russo haute couture trouser suit with a coiling snake embellishment.

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FRED ARMISEN & NATASHA LYONNE

The comical couple sharpen up for the evening; the Russian Doll star goes for a short cocktail dress by Vitor Zerbinato with Sergio Rossi heels.

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LADY GAGA

A low-key version of Gaga, the singer opts for a sequin Celine gown and Tiffany & Co. jewellery.

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ST VINCENT

Opting for a graphic look, the singer makes an impact in a Giambattista Valli spring 2019 Haute Couture number with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and Bulgari jewels.

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JORJA SMITH

Jorja shines bright in a Balmain gown.

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ANDERSN PAAK

Winning a Grammy for Best Rap Performance, Anderson looks particularly cool in a check suit with bucket hat and sneakers.

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ANDRA DAY

No one does retro like Andra, this time going for her usual vintage approach in a purple Cheng-Huai Chuang dress trimmed with ostrich feathers, and Sophia Webster platform heels.

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FATOUMATA DIAWARA

The Malian singer looks majestic in traditional dress.

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CARDI B

In a year where the Met Gala's theme is Camp, Cardi B's choice of wearing archival Thierry Mugler three times during the night speaks volumes about her bold fashion choices as an artist, however this Venus crinoline sheath gown from the fall 1995 couture collection stole the show. Love it or hate it, there's no denying that on an otherwise hum-drum night of fashion, Cardi and her super stylist Kollin Carter's choice to celebrate the work of the legendary French couturier and introduce his work to a new generation was well timed.

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