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It’s that time of year again, ladies and gentlemen: Grammys season, that is. More importantly, it’s time to round up the best-dressed celeb ensembles from the 2023 Grammys red carpet.

In addition to wins, losses, and epic performances by Lizzo and Steve Lacy, music’s biggest night delivered its fair share of best (and worst) style moments by its celebrity attendees. So, naturally, we’ve ranked the top looks to grace the 2023 Grammys.

Join us as we relish in the cream of the crop ‘fits that blessed the 2023 Grammys red carpet.

Doja Cat

First up, we have Doja Cat swaddled in Atelier Versace latex. 10s across the board!


From the jewels to the cream suit, Mr. Boomtastic cleaned up pretty well for music’s big night.

Berit Gwendolyn Gilma

Loving the Fifth Element reboot!

Timothy Nelson and Sam Netterfield

The award for God’s Favorite — and ours, too — goes to Cub Sport’s Timothy Nelson and Sam Netterfield!

Maranda Curtis

Not a red carpet look, but Maranda Curtis’ heart gown undoubtedly deserves some love.

Sullivan Fortner and Cécile McLorin Salvant

They just get it.

Carlos Simon

Now, that’s how you do harness. Designed by Ariel McCalla, Carlos Simon’s harness includes the names of slaves woven into its beaded fabric, which hails from Ghana.

Angela Benson



Lizzo is in full bloom (sadly, the musician’s blossoming is courtesy Dolce & Gabbana).

Benny Blanco

It’s Benny Blanco in embroidered denim. That’s it, that’s the tweet.

Davóne Tines

The woven assignment was again understood.


Amanda Reifer

While Reifer’s dress is undoubtedly eye-catching, can we get a little commotion for the hair?

Ray Benson and Marsha Milam

Clearly, woven fashion was tonight’s real winner.

Jessy Wilson

When in doubt, cut it out.

Laverne Cox

Where’s Lady Gaga’s “talented, brilliant, incredible” gif when you need it?

Kayla Nicole

Miss Nicole stunned, to say the least.

Sebastian Yatra

A couple bedazzles never hurt anybody.

Ricky Dillard

Nothing says “I’m here” like a sparkly suit. Hats off to Ricky Dillard.

John Osborne and Lucie Silvas

Bump-first fashion matched with another suit with impeccable needlework? How could we say no?

Rutger van Woudenberg

Can’t knock a grey velvet tux. Salute.


Between the Olivier Theyskens look and bleached brows, Cherdericka just does it for me.

Amanda Gorman

We’re so here for Amanda Gorman’s (assumably) Prada look!


Questlove delivers another subtle flex for the books (with guest appearance by Salehe Bembury’s Crocs again).

Sam Smith & Posse

It’s Sam Smith and his posse, Kim Petras, Violet Chachki & Gottmik included. Need we say more?

Pharrell Williams

How did Pharrell know we couldn’t resist a leather look?


One word: iconic!

Anderson Paak

You can almost always count of Anderson Paak to bring some excitement to men’s red carpet style, and his Grammys look does just that (if not, not more).

Steve Lacy

Indeed, Steve Lacy’s got a habit of nailing looks.

Lil Uzi Vert

With spiked hair and Balenciaga’s hulking steppers, Uzi is the moment on the red carpet.

Cardi B

The moment we’ve been waiting for: Cardi B brings the glam and swirls in a stunning blue gown, courtesy of a Gaurav Gupta.

Lil Wayne

Living for Lil Wayne’s Loewe x Howl’s Moving Castle moment!

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