From Harry Styles to Silk Sonic: These Stars Brought the '70s to the 2021 Grammy Awards
Between their fashion and their performances, these stars made the 2021 Grammys feel like a blast from the past
Dua Lipa channeled Cher wearing a Versace gown with her hair parted down the middle on the red carpet.
And then she brought disco to the Grammy stage as she performed "Levitating" and "Don't Start Now" in a sparkling two-piece among dancers in sequined minidresses and go-go boots.
Harry Styles, who is clearly inspired by the 70's in both his music and style, looked like he stepped out of a time machine when he stepped onto the red carpet.
The Grammy winner paired a plaid jacket with velvet trousers, a sweater vest and a purple scarf.
Styles then wore a leather suit (sans shirt), switching out his purple scarf for a green one and adding platform shoes. The singer was giving us major Mick Jagger vibes as he opened the Grammys with "Watermelon Sugar."
Dynamic duo Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars looked like they were heading to a 1970's prom — and we mean that in the best way possible.
Then, the pair — known these days as Silk Sonic — wore matching suits and transformed the Grammys stage into a '70s fever dream, performing their new song "Leave the Door Open."
Taylor Swift took flower power to a new level, wearing a high-necked Oscar de la Renta dress with embroidered flowers on the red carpet.
H.E.R. — who walked away from this year's awards with a Grammy for song of the year— rocked a velvet ensemble, complete with bell-bottoms, a gorgeous robe with sequined embellishments and round, oh-so-'70s Bonnie Clyde sunglasses, which were tinted to match her look.