The 60th Annual Grammys has to be the most anticipated night for music and fashion lovers alike.
Every year, we impatiently wait to see who will win "Rap Album of the Year" and who will snatch all of our edges on the red carpet. This year, the tone was a bit different. Similar to many awards shows this season, celebrities have been showing solidarity with the Time's Up movement and the Grammys was no different.
Many of our favorite creatives donned white roses to enforce that time is really up. Roc Nation's Senior Vice President of marketing Meg Harkins and head of rhythmic promotions at Interscope/Geffen/A&M Records, Karen Rait, came up with the brilliant show of unity. The idea derives from the suffragette's movement of the past and is a salutation to the women who dedicated their lives to fighting for voting rights. The Time's Up Movement commands our attention and resonated like no other through the performances and speeches during the show.
Take a look at some of our favorite looks from a night celebrating the one thing that makes us all happy: music.
Hip-hop royalty, Eve, lit up the red carpet in a shimmering pantsuit by Naeem Khan paired with Chopard jewelry.
Big Sean took a break from Paris Fashion Week to make us swoon over his beard and his perfectly fitted Ferragamo suit and coat. Very few can pull off black and blue, but this Detroit native is no stranger to taking fashion risks.
Best New Artist nominee SZA looked like an ethereal goddess in this Atelier Versace gown. You can't help but love this beauty with her heartfelt lyrics and unapologetic style.
The glow-up queen herself, Cardi B, had a fairytale fashion moment on the red carpet. She was a hip-hop dream donning Beirut-based designer, Ashi. We have to give it up to her stylist, Kollin Carter because she has been giving it relentlessly.
In a floral getup by Dolce and Gabbana, Janelle Monae took the "white flower" to another level. As a presenter, she proudly stated, "I am proud to stand here in solidarity. We come in peace but we mean business."
The "Proud" singer Rita Ora wore Ralph and Russo and she looked stunning in the all black number.
Chrissy Teigen never lets us down, whether she has an adorable baby bump or not. We loved this supergalactic Yanina Couture gown paired with simple jewels.
Newcomer Khalid made his presence known in an off-white suit, green turtleneck, and Balenciaga sneakers.
Childish Gambino is everything and he made sure to remind us tonight in a white Ermenegildo Zegna Couture tux. Adding the Tod's velvet loafers made it absolute perfection.
DJ Khaled & Asahd
Can we be honest and say that this night was all about Asahd Khaled? He is just the dreamiest kid! DJ Khaled and son Asahd wore matching red, crushed velvet tuxedos designed by Sanctuary 78 and it was the most beautiful thing we have seen.
Ashanti is living her best life like it's golden in this Elie Madi ball gown. We are loving the asymmetric bob and sultry makeup that matched her natural glow.
Looking like a chocolate dream, India.Arie wore a black and white ensemble showing off her beautiful legs.
Andra Day stayed true to her unique style with a Victoria Hayes tuxedo dress. The luminous colors were inextricable with her pinup hairstyle and stiletto nails.
Vivienne Westwood Couture and Bulgari jewels never looked so stunning. Camilla Cabello did the red carpet its justice wearing this curve-hugging dress.
Snackworthy Zayn Malik wore a Richard James suit with Ralph Lauren shoes. The white embroidered rose on this pink suit was pure genius.
What were some of your favorite looks of the night?
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