We’ve got some pre- and after-party red carpets to get to, so it’s time to put our main Grammys coverage to bed for the year, good and judged. You can click here to see all of the people who got the spotlight post treatment.
Anderson .Paak in Gucci
It’s exuberant and clarely suits him, but we hate that textile.
Bebe Rexha in Moschino
Staten Island Barbie. Believe it or not, we don’t mean that as an insult. This is fun. Tacky, but fun.
Camila Cabello in PatBo
We don’t feel like mincing words here, so we’ll just say it: That bra top is stupid.
Coco Jones in Zuhair Murad
We’d have liked a slightly longer hem if not a train, but you can’t go wrong with a gold sequined dress at an awards show.
Heidi Klum in The Blonds
Heidi will be 50 this year. Attagirl. Keep it tacky, keep it tight. There’s a bit too much going on with the design, but no one chooses to wear The Blonds because they want restrained minimalism.
Jack Harlow in Ernest W. Baker
That’s too much beige for any white man to bear and the black accessories look bad with it.
Jennifer Lopez in Gucci
It’s wildly overdesigned, but we honestly think this was picked for all the shots inside rather than on the red carpet. It looked pretty amazing on her when she was sitting down and quietly nudging her husband to smile.
Kacey Musgraves in Valentino
We just got done saying that we’re sick to death of marabou feathers on red carpets, but we have to applaud when someone finds a fresh way to use them. Love the cape. The bodysuit is a clever way of setting it off without fighting with it for attention.
Kelsea Ballerini in Prabal Gurung
That color looks surprisingly great on her, but we don’t like the trim or the extraneous straps.
Laverne Cox in Kim Kassas
We love the Egyptian motif and the way her head is styled. Her red carpet style has improved tremendously, but unfortunately her red carpet interviewing style is still not good.
LL Cool J in Prada
Can’t really argue with any of that. It’s chic and stylish, but he still gives off that Cool James vibe. Sir, we see your brand-new shoes and we appreciate them.
Måneskin in Gucci
We love these rock gods. They know exactly how to do it. If you’re not hitting the Grammys red carpet in velvet, bellbottoms, scarves and lamé, what are you even doing there?
Maren Morris in Off-White
An ugly dress paired with terrible styling. That neckline will flatter absolutely no one and we don’t understand the hair situation at all.
Mary J. Blige in The Blonds
Ooof. Ma’am, you are a legend, but not even you can make those awful cutouts work. The boots are all wrong to boot.
Miranda Lambert in Le Thanh Hoa
We’ve covered her enough times to know that this dress is making her look much larger than she is. There’s a way to do space-taking fashion (see here and here) that’s fabulous and flattering, but this isn’t it. We don’t love the fringe at all, but if you got rid of the sleeves, toned down the shoulders, and closed up that V neck a little, this would work a lot better.
Questlove in Zegna
Love the coat. There’s really not much else to say about the look.
Shania Twain in Harris Reed
This looks so dated to us; like something worn at the Grammys 25 years ago. Granted, style is cyclical, but we thought this looked a little silly on her.
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