With our main Grammys coverage complete, we can now move onto all the looks from Clive Davis’ pre-party, where the looks were only slightly less outrageous than the ones at the main event.
Anitta in Dundas
This is gorgeous. See? We don’t hate sheer dresses on principle. They just have to be interesting to look at and pretty.
Cardi B in Roberto Cavalli
We’re surprised that we like a Frankendress made out of brown leather, but this really works. Our only issue is with the lace inserts. They don’t really work at all.
Chance The Rapper
Meh. It’s appropriate, but dull.
We don’t care about the pajama pants or the Frankenstein boots, but there’s no way in hell that white dinner jacket goes with them. This looks silly to us.
Demi Lovato in Rubin Singer
Wow. This may be a personal best for her. She looks fantastic.
Halle Bailey (in Cucculelli Shaheen) and Chloe Bailey
They’ve really staked out different styles and aesthetics for themselves. We love to see it. The big sunburst pattern smack on Halle’s crotch absolutely ruins the dress. What a terrible design decision. Chloe’s look isn’t going to win any prizes for being fresh, but she looks great in it. We’d have liked a less pointy bustline, though.
H.E.R. in Fendi Couture
We love the top and the pants, but the matching bag is a bridge too far for us.
Janelle Monáe in Vera Wang
More and more lately, we appreciate when she gets away from the whimsy and just does straight-up sexy-glam. Not that we mind whimsical fashion, but her take on it has been getting a little stale.
Lil Nas X in Moschino
Love it. Moschino is THEE brand for eye-catching trompe-l’oeil. Love this.
Olivia Rodrigo in Paco Rabanne
It’s cute and the color is interesting. She could use some jewelry and less matchy shoes.
Lizzo (in Alexander McQueen) and Myke Wright
This is really fun and she’s clearly loving it. The boots are killer, but we don’t love the garter attachment. He looks fantastic.
[Photo Credit: Lester Cohen/Getty Images for The Recording Academy, Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for The Recording Academ]
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