Awards season is mostly dominated by movie and TV stars, but there's one major exception: the Grammys. The annual music awards sees stars from a myriad of genres gracing the red carpet, and the fashion is always next level. All the looks from the 2020 Grammy Awards prove that hasn't changed. The musical stars walking along the path to the show didn't disappoint.
While the Oscars and Golden Globes see the peak of Hollywood glamour, the Grammys are arguably the most fun carpet when it comes to fashion. From iconic and out-of-the-box moments like Lady Gaga's Bowie tribute, J.Lo's Versace gown, and Rihanna's cupcake dress, the Grammys see some of pop culture's most memorable moments.
The 2020 Grammys lived up to the hype when it came to red carpet appearances. From woman of the night Lizzo in a stunning all white gown that reminded us of old Hollywood icons to alternative pop singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, the looks on the carpet were as incredible as ever. You really won't want to miss a single one.
Here's all the looks from the 2020 Grammys red carpet.
Lizzo's all white gown and fur stole evoked old Hollywood glamour.
Stefani was also a vision in white with her structured, brocade mini dress.
Singh's lime green frock offered a pop of color early on in the red carpet.
The Good Place's Jameela Jamil wore a layered blue frock with a sheer panel above the knee.
Eilish's Gucci separates were perfectly matched to her now signature lime green hair.
Rosalia took the fringe trend to the next level with her red leather shirt dress.
Porter's vibrant blue and glitter ensemble was a standout, as usual.
Lil Nas X
Lil Nas X's pink suit and harness proves that 2019's harness trend isn't going away.
Sophie Turner And Joe Jonas
Turner's Grammys look was a major departure from her hot pink frock at the SAG Awards.
Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas
Jonas' head-to-toe gold was a mood, and Chopra's stunning floral-detail frock featured stunning fringe details, a deep plunge, and train.
Rogers' vintage Chanel gown is celestially inspired.
Lana Del Ray
Del Rey's look featured head-to-toe beading and sheer hems.
Twigs' look was one of many that participated in the sheer trend.
Tyler, The Creator
Tyler, The Creator's bellhop-esque pink suit was one of the most memorable moments of the night.
Suiting has been major at other awards shows this season, but Rexha's sheer take on the trend was refreshing.
Grande has already worn two ensembles on the Grammys red carpet, both in a heather gray hue.
Sheer looks were a major trend at the 2020 Grammys, and Twain had one of the most see-through looks.
Cabello debuted new bangs on the red carpet.
H.E.R went with '70s vibes for her Grammys ensemble.
Dua Lipa's white, corseted Grammys gown was reminiscent of '90s supermodels.
As usual, BTS was perfectly coordinated. This time it was in chic neutrals.
Saweetie's beaded gown featured head-to-toe beading and a one-shoulder neckline.
Chrissy Teigen And John Legend
For their red carpet appearance, Teigen opted for a vibrant orange dress with voluminous sleeves, while Legend wore a knee-length suit jacket in gray.
For her Grammys look, Cardi B went for a full nude illusion gown, complete with blue beaded accents.
Keys' first look of the night was a showstopper. The metallic silver frock looked almost like armor as she hit the stage.