Bright colours and bold prints ruled the Grammys red carpet

Bright Colours And Bold Prints Ruled The Grammys Red Carpet Bright Colours And Bold Prints Ruled The Grammys Red Carpet
The Grammy Awards were held in LA on Sunday. Photo: PA Images
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Imy Brighty-Potts, PA

The 65th annual Grammy Awards saw Beyoncé breaking the record for most wins and Kim Petras making history as the first trans woman to take home the gong for best pop duo/group performance, all while the red carpet was brighter than ever.

These are some of the most vibrant looks of the night…


Lizzo (Jordan Strauss/PA)

About Damn Time singer and flute-playing superstar Lizzo strutted the carpet in a bright red Dolce & Gabbana cape, with an orange and white striped dress concealed beneath.

The custom floral number covered her head and swept around her, giving a regal feel matched well by a single 1920s-style curl on her forehead.

Harry Styles

Harry Styles (Jordan Strauss/AP)

As It Was singer and former One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles donned a rainbow sequinned jumpsuit in Los Angeles for the ceremony. The custom Egonlab x Swarovski jumpsuit was paired with simple white boots.

Sam Smith


Sam Smith (Jordan Strauss/AP)

Sam Smith wore an eye-catching crimson Valentino robe on the red carpet at this year’s Grammys, matching their fellow Unholy performer Kim Petras’ scarlet look.

Kim Petras (R) with Sam Smith (Chris Pizzello)

Smith’s ensemble was paired with a glittering red cane and a single dangling pearl earring, worn with simple, glowy make-up and a glossy lip.

Cardi B

Cardi B (Jordan Strauss/AP)

Cardi B wore a showstopping cobalt Gaurav Gupta structured gown for the awards, its long train and broad shape complementing her curves brilliantly.

Bebe Rexha

Bebe Rexha (Jordan Strauss/AP)

The In The Name of Love singer Rexha wore a Barbiecore pink number with matching opera gloves. The Moschino gown, combined with her platinum blonde blowout, seems to have drawn influence from Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Shania Twain

Shania Twain (Jordan Strauss/AP)

Shania Twain was playful on the red carpet in a padded shoulder polka dot suit and top hat by Harris Reed. A shock of red hair and a bright red lip cut through the sequinned look, which certainly didn’t leave us saying That Don’t Impress Me Much.

Dylan Mulvaney

Dylan Mulvaney (Jordan Strauss/AP)

Trans TikTok star and activist Dylan Mulvaney was the image of Audrey Hepburn in a sleek Christian Siriano gown styled by Brad Goreski. Mulvaney was poised and joyful on the red carpet, with a beautifully matched red lip.

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