The stars definitely showed up and showed out at this year’s 65th annual Grammy Awards. Every year, entertainers grace the red carpet to showcase their outfits and beautiful figures. This year, they did not disappoint. Here are some of the outfits and designers that caught our attention at the award ceremony this year


Last night, Queen Bey made history for becoming the most awarded artist in Grammy history, with a stunning 32 wins. Beyond the notable win, the “CUFF IT” singer wowed fans and fashion lovers. After she braved Los Angeles traffic, she made her grand entrance and showcased her elegant, ensemble designed by Gucci. On Instagram, the mother of three shared a second, beige and metallic look by Balmain. Both looks paid homage to the “Renaissance” era and were very fitting for the iconic night.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat is one of the fashion paradigm shifters of this era, and the “Woman” singer didn’t hesitate to show off her style chops during the Grammy award show. For one of her looks, Doja donned an all-black, Versace-designed vinyl dress, complete with arm-length vinyl gloves, complete with a jet black pixie cut. For her second look, Doja wore a custom KNWLS leather dress with openings on the side, and paired the dress with dramatic metal bracelets and a sexy, honey blonde updo.

Cardi B

Never one not to make a red carpet statement, Cardi B arrived on the red carpet in a custom electric blue dress, designed by Indian couturier Gaurav Gupta. The dress was a part of the fashion house’s 2023 and didn’t fail to turn heads. Everything from the dress’s intricate, dramatic threadery to the hair and make up was a win.


Sza has been having a successful career all round, and her glow during the event matched all of the love that she has been getting. Dressed in an all-black Mugler dress with cut outs, complete with strappy sandals and her signature full head of curls, Sza was definitely a head-turner at the event.


During the event, Tems wore a stunning mustard yellow Vivienne Westwood gown with beaded embellishments around the neck and arms. The color of the outfit finely complemented her skin tone, and the “Higher” singer looked like a goddess.

Angela Simmons

Angela looked ravishing in an all-black Atelier Biser gown with feathers on the bottom, and a high, sleeked up ponytail with bangs. The glamorous dress was chic, yet fabulous in the most memorable way.

Muni Long

Singer-songwriter Priscilla Renea Hamilton, professionally as Muni Long rocked a pink, floor-length tulle gown with a sleeked ponytail and a pair of large hoop earrings.


Lizzo stunned in a bold, bright orange caped dress, which stunned a lot of fans and turned head. The hooded, floor-length dress was designed with perky floral embellishments that were both dreamy and fashion forward in the most sophisticated way. The “About Damn Time” singer also wore a large orange flower in her hair to match her orange-themed makeup.