The Most Popular Trends at the 2020 Grammys
These were the suit styles, dress silhouettes and bold beauty looks that dominated the Grammy Awards
Priyanka Chopra Jonas (in Ralph & Russo Couture), Cynthia Erivo (in Valentino Haute Couture), Chrissy Teigen (in Yanina Couture), Bebe Rexha (in Christian Cowan) and Heidi Klum (in Dundas) weren't afraid to go low - really, really low - with their plunging designs.
Billie Eilish (in Gucci), Lizzo (in Atelier Versace) and Rosalía (in Alexander Wang) expertly matched their talons featuring intricate nail art designs with their ensembles.
Whether in bright pink (Lil Nas X in Versace and Dan Smyers), maroon (Shawn Mendes in Louis Vuitton and Common in Dolce & Gabbana) or burgundy (Khalid) suits came in a colorful spectrum of hot pink to fuchsia to red tones.
In more men's fashion news, some stars piled on the prints with their argyle, cheetah and brocade suit jackets, as seen on Ben Platt (in Balmain), Brad Goreski (in Versace), Finneas O'Connell and Charlie Wilson.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas (in Ralph & Russo Couture), Liza Koshy (in Pamella Roland), Rosalía (in Alexander Wang), Pia Mia (in Julien Macdonald) and Billy Porter (in Baja East) were all feeling this accent, whether worn on the trim of their hemlines or sleeves - or even on a hat (we're looking at you, Billy!).
Before Billy Ray Cyrus, Lil Nas X (in Versace), Diplo (in Ralph Lauren, far right) took the stage to perform their hit "Old Town Road," they dressed the part on the carpet, joined by musician Orville Peck (in Dior Men) in his signature fringe mask.