The 63rd annual Grammy Awards are quickly upon us, and what better way to prepare than to relish in some of the most show-stopping fashion choices from over the years? From Cher’s iconic butterfly headpiece to Rihanna’s memorable pink Giambattista Valli gown, GRAZIA takes a look back at some of the best red carpet moments in the history of music’s biggest night.
Billie Eilish in 2020
Taking home five Grammy Awards last year, the Bad Guy singer donned head-to-toe Gucci in an all-green color palette.
Billy Porter in 2020
The Pose star turned heads in a Baja East blue crystal jumpsuit and matching chandelier hat.
Cardi B in 2019
Taking home Best Rap Album of the year, the Invasion of Privacy singer arrived at the red carpet in vintage Thierry Mugler Couture, dressed as a pearl in an oyster shell.
Taylor Swift in 2016
The 1989 star hit the red carpet in a color-blocked two-piece Atelier Versace number, moments before taking home three Grammys, including Album of the Year.
Rihanna in 2015
We haven’t stopped thinking about Rihanna’s Giambattista Valli Couture pink gown ever since she debuted it on the red carpet over six years ago.
Pharrell in 2014
Pharrell’s vintage Vivienne Westwood was impossible to miss on the red carpet at the 56th Annual Awards.
Nicki Minaj in 2012
In the rare case that you forgot about this moment, let us refresh your memory. The Roman Holiday star hit the red carpet dressed in a red Versace gown with a Pope lookalike by her side.
Lady Gaga in 2010
Giorgio Armani was the mastermind behind Gaga’s otherworldly ensemble at the 52nd Annual Awards.
Lil Kim in 2002
The Lady Marmalade star matched the red carpet at the 44th Annual Grammy Awards in a leather motorcycle outfit, teamed with a matching Chanel helmet and glasses.
Destiny’s Child in 2001
The “Say My Name” hitmakers stunned in coordinating green and gold draped gowns before hitting the stage in itty-bitty sequin two pieces.
Britney Spears in 2000
Spears dazzled on the red carpet in a pure white form-fitting Versace gown paired with a diamond necklace and a matching fur.
JLo in 2000
Does this iconic moment even need an introduction? Her green jungle-print Versace gown is ingrained in our memories until the end of time.
Mary J. Blige in 1996
In a head-to-toe leopard print ensemble, Mary J. Blige won her second career Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.
Naomi Campbell in 1991
The OG supermodel attended the pre-party wearing a red boa and a colorful deck-of-cards-inspired mini-dress.
Grace Jones in 1983
May you never forget this style moment. From the hat to the leather dress, it undeniably goes down in Grammys fashion history.
Cher in 1974
The Dark Lady star dressed in a skin-baring two-piece embellished with pastel-colored butterflies—and a hair accessory to match.