Beyoncé at the 2021 Grammys (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

On Sunday evening, Beyoncé made history by winning her 28th Grammy award, which is more than any other singer, man or woman. And damn, the woman was dressed to celebrate. The “Black Parade” artist stepped out in Los Angeles following the Grammy Awards ceremony wearing a custom look designed by Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci.

No one could outshine the star as she stunned in a silver, beaded gown, crystal chain cage corset, silver nailhead mesh head wrap and veil. E! News reports Beyoncé and husband, Jay-Z, attended an intimate dinner at up-scale restaurant Giorgio Baldi with friends, including Kelly Rowland and her husband Tim Weatherspoon.

Power duo, Beyonce and Jay-Z celebrate Beyonce’s Grammy with dinner at E.Baldi. Beyonce shined in an eccentric sparkled gown and Jay followed suit in an all black ensemble. Credit: Supplied by Burberry / GAMR/SHOTBYJULIAN / BACKGRID

It’s not the rowdy, celebrity-fuelled after-parties we’ve become accustomed to in years gone by, but with this dress on show, no expense was spared.

Other A-list stars from the Grammy Awards were also spotted out in LA. The publication obtained paparazzi shots of Megan Thee Stallion wearing a blue cocktail dress from Lips + Honey for a small gathering at Dream Hotel in West Hollywood.

According to Vanity Fair, Lizzo attended Craig’s in West Hollywood while Chloe Bailey – one half of singing duo ChloeXHalle – was seen attending Madonna’s after-party at Delilah in West Hollywood. Chrissy Teigen and John Legend who dialled into the Grammys virtually were spotted at Spago in Beverly Hills. Best New Artist nominee, Noah Cyrus, was seen having a meal at BOA Steakhouse.

Earlier in the evening Queen Bey wore a leather-look Schiaparelli mini dress paired with sheer tights. The Italian house was also behind looks for Cryus at the Grammy Awards and Emma Corrin at the Critics Choice Awards.

As we slowly move towards the much-anticipated Academy Awards – you can see the nominations here – the question remains: will Vanity Fair hold its lauded After Party? Stay tuned.