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Grammys Red Carpet: See the Best Dressed Stars

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Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, Doja Cat and Chloe x Halle opted for glamorous custom and haute-couture looks by Dolce & Gabbana, Balmain, Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli and other A-list designers, accented with plenty of sparkle. 

Music's biggest stars were ready to bring high style to the Grammy Awards red carpet on Sunday night — following a year of lockdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, nominees from Megan Thee Stallion and Noah Cyrus to H.E.R., Lizzo and others have chosen luxe looks from Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Schiaparelli and Balmain, accented with diamonds from jewelers that include Bulgari and Chopard. Here's a look at the artists as they arrived:

Megan Thee Stallion

Taking home three trophies, Megan Thee Stallion wore Dolce & Gabbana and jewels by Chopard. She said of her dress with an oversize bow on the back, "I feel like a gift."

Megan Thee Stallion
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Beyonce

The singer wore a custom black gathered leather minidress and gloves with trompe l'oeil gold fingernails by Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli haute couture.

Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion accept the Best Rap Performance award for 'Savage' onstage during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards
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Lizzo

The presenter wore Balmain (and Bulgari jewels) on the red carpet, the first of two looks by the design house worn by the star. “She told me she wanted to look like a legend, and she wanted to look sexy. I knew I wanted to make a Balmain moment happen," her stylist Brett Alan Nelson told The Hollywood Reporter.

63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards – Lizzo
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Chloe x Halle

The sisters wore custom Louis Vuitton dresses. "Chloe is 22 and Halle is about to turn 21, and they want the freedom and fluidity to explore being a little sexier in their look," their stylist Zerina Akers  told The Hollywood Reporter prior to the show.

Chloe x Halle wearing Louis Vuitton for the Grammy Awards
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Chloe x Halle wearing Louis Vuitton for the Grammy Awards. Chloe Bailey, at left, was photographed in Los Angeles by Jahmad Balugo; Halle Bailey, right, was photographed in London by Greg Williams.

Harry Styles

The singer appeared onstage at the Grammy Awards in a custom black plongé leather cropped jacket and matching flared pants, a mint-green faux-fur boa, and black leather boots, all by Gucci.

Harry Styles
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Taylor Swift

On the red carpet, Swift wore a floral-embellished dress from the Oscar de La Renta fall 2021 collection, paired with Christian Louboutin heels and jewels by Cathy Waterman.

Taylor Swift - 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards – Arrivals
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BTS

The group attended the Grammys from Seoul, Korea, in a variety of menswear looks by Louis Vuitton.

BTS in Louis Vuitton
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BTS in Louis Vuitton

DaBaby

The rapper wore Dolce & Gabbana on the Grammy red carpet.

DaBaby
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Doja Cat

She wore a custom Roberto Cavalli by Fausto Puglisi and black-diamond earrings by Lorraine Schwartz.

Doja Cat
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Cynthia Erivo

The actress wore a metallic beaded gown by Louis Vuitton and jewelry by Tiffany & Co.

Cynthia Erivo at the Grammy Awards
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Cynthia Erivo at the Grammy Awards

Dua Lipa

The singer arrived at the Grammy Awards in a custom gown by Versace.

Dua Lipa
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Miranda Lambert

The country star performed at the Grammy Awards in a custom beaded, fringed dress by Athens-based designer Celia Kritharioti.

Miranda Lambert performs onstage - 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards
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Ingrid Andress

The nominee wore a custom Giorgio Armani Privé cream gabardine suit with a tulle bodysuit embellished with layered tiers of crystal necklaces, as well as diamonds by Chopard.

Ingrid Andress
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Finneas and Billie Eilish

Eilish, winner of record of the year, wore head-to-toe Gucci, including a custom rose-pink look in floral jacquard with black sequined details, while her brother, Finneas, also wore a look by the Italian label: a blush-pink wool mohair evening suit with black grosgrain trim and a blue and ivory striped dress shirt.

FINNEAS and Billie Eilish
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Phoebe Bridgers

The best new artist nominee walked the red carpet in Thom Browne's two-piece skeleton dress.

Phoebe Bridgers
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Bad Bunny

The Grammy winner, for best Latin pop or urban album, wore a reconstructed car coat, black mohair wool pleated dress shirt, wool tailored trousers and a black rib-knit beanie with faux-fur detail, all by Burberry, as well as Shy Guy frames by Bonnie Clyde Eyewear.

Bad Bunny
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Maren Morris

The nominee wore a lavender silk bias-cut gown embellished with crystals by Dolce & Gabbana.

Maren Morris
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Trevor Noah

Noah's stylist Jason Bolden posted on Instagram that the Grammy host wore a custom double-breasted tuxedo by Gucci, accessorized with a brooch by Tiffany & Co.

Trevor Noah
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H.E.R.

The Grammy-nominated artist wore a burgundy velvet embroidered robe and matching wide-leg trousers from the fall/winter 2021 collection by Dundas.

H.E.R.
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Debi Nova

Nominated for best Latin pop or urban album, Nova wore a hot-pink strapless cocktail dress with a floral-printed hem and train from Georges Chakra's spring/summer 2020 haute-couture collection.

Debi Nova
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Poppy

The nominee, for best metal performance, performed during Sunday's Premiere Ceremony.

Poppy
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Jhené Aiko

Following her hosting duties for the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony, Aiko changed into a pink floret high-low ruffle gown by Bahrain-based designer Monsoori.

Jhené Aiko attends the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards
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