It’s been a little over a year since COVID-19 shut down the world, and after being postponed earlier this year, the 63rd Grammy Awards is about to start its pandemic-era awards show at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles.
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Usually, the music industry’s top artists hit the red carpet in over-the-top designer outfits. However, as has been the case during this year’s awards season, Sunday’s Grammy Awards is looking a little different on the style front. Some stars dressed for comfort as they win awards at home, while others appeared on the red carpet in designer looks from a Grammys show pretaped last week.
In Sunday’s early coverage, artists such as Billie Eilish (who stuck to Gucci) and her brother Finneas (who wore Gucci during the evening) showed flair through subtle accessories and outfit details. The few stars allowed to attend the red carpet and other festivities played dress-up, including telecast host Trevor Noah in a Gucci tuxedo with a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger Apollo brooch and Beyoncé with her eye-catching Schiaparelli look, including statement earrings.
Grammy winner Beyoncé wore an eye-catching Schiaparelli look, including statement earrings, for the 63rd Grammy Awards. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Singer Maren Morris wore a custom Dolce & Gabbana dress in preshow coverage. (She teamed with John Mayer for a performance during the Grammys.)
Take a gander at our gallery for all the latest fashion trends and styles and stars having a red-carpet moment.