From Jennifer Lopez’s Google Images-producing Versace jungle dress to Lana Del Rey’s last-minute mall find, the Grammys red carpet has long been home to some of the most talked-about fashion moments of all time. Music’s biggest night brings out our most creative stars—those willing to break sartorial rules in an effort to express themselves through clothing. The 66th annual Grammy Awards will likely be no different as the year’s artists converge on the Crypto.com arena in Los Angeles to show off their looks and vie for a golden gramophone to add to their mantel.
Trevor Noah is once again acting as host for the evening, one which will likely see women in music winning out. It all started with the nominations, which were led by SZA and Victoria Monét, who got nine and seven nods each, respectively. Not far behind them were Brandy Clark, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, and Taylor Swift, all of whom are walking into the evening with six nominations. In fact, only one male performer—Grammys golden boy Jon Batiste—received as many nods including one for Album of the Year. Otherwise, it’s all about the women.
So, while male red carpet style has been making inroads over the past few years (thanks in part to the musical set), expect gowns to take over the red carpet at the 2024 Grammys. Of course, Doja Cat, Eilish, and other attendees will likely keep us on our toes, so be sure to watch this space so you don’t miss one unexpected look from the evening.
FINNEAS and Billie Eilish
FINNEAS in Giorgio Armani.
Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers of Boygenius