Brace yourselves for a melodic collision of daring looks. Find out who made MEGA’s Best Dressed Looks for the Grammy Awards 2024, from Miley Cyrus to Dua Lipa
The 66th Grammys, honoring the biggest achievements in music, is where red carpet fashion interlaces with musical charisma and unfettered by genre constraints. The event is a night where going bigger than ever was not just encouraged, but embraced as a rule—especially in fashion. This is MEGA’s Best Dressed List.
Miley Cyrus in Maison Margiela Artisanal and Gucci
Miley Cyrus unleashes the golden glow of Margiela’s net sensation. The singer goes nearly naked in a gold-netted dress that left little to the imagination. A daring choice that radiated glamour, one that was accompanied by her big, country hair.
Now, onto her look that won her, her second Grammy of the night: winner of Record of the Year for “Flowers”, she accepted the award wearing a bespoke Gucci creation by Sabato De Sarno. Her custom dress in chocolate brown sequins featured a daring cutout and a high split. Completing the ensemble, she added a tonal feather boa for a touch of whimsy, while a Gucci Bamboo 1947 handbag and Gucci Signoria pumps in brown patent leather added the perfect finishing notes to her winning look.
Olivia Rodrigo in Versace
She’s a Versace vision. Olivia Rodrigo transformed into a walking bouquet with her Versace creation. Adorning a pristine white dress, a garden of small gems, like delicate red flowers, creates a compelling embellishment.
Paris Jackson in Celine
Paris Jackson stun in a daring but elegant number, embracing the illusion of a Celine dress. The look seemingly and seamlessly aligns with the small part of her sleeve, with the lower part featuring a slit above her thigh, adding an extra dash of sensuality to her Grammy look.
Janelle Monae in Armani Privé
Janelle Monae lit up the night in an Armani Privé black dress at the Grammy Awards 2024, decorated with glittering silver details. An intricate appliqued flower on the stomach stole the spotlight, reflecting its brilliance in every direction through its captivating petals.
Madison Beer in Marmar Halim
Madison Beer opted for ethereal femininity in a Marmar Halim creation, the only strapless white ball gown of the night. A sweet and feminine choice, complete with a charming bow by her chest.
Coi Leray in Saint Laurent
Coi Leray brought the bold in a Saint Laurent ensemble—no pants, no problem. She rocked sheer tights and a blazer, accentuated with a neon-green feathered accent.
Charlotte Lawrence in Rodarte
Charlotte Lawrence embraced sheer as the foundation but elevated the look with scintillating flora details in midnight blue and black. This blooming delight by Rodarte stands out in accents that need no extra water.
Summer Walker mesmerized in a white feathered dress by Usama Ishtay paired with a matching feathered headdress crafted by Kē(von). It’s a dreamy choice that showcases her unique sense of style.
Dawn Richard in Khosrov
Dawn Richard stood tall and strong. In a Khosrov creation that resembled a botanical bliss, the dress was structured to mimic the strength of a tree, with leaves towering over her head. It creates a striking and unforgettable look of arboreal elegance.
Dua Lipa in Courrèges
Dua Lipa conquered the red carpet in a chainmail look inspired by Joan of Arc, created by Courrèges. A bold and empowering choice that featured her fearless and diverse approach to fashion.
The Grammy Awards 2024 are where the outfits are as unpredictable as a key change in your favorite song—and for the better. Artists push the limits of conventional style as the atmosphere crackled with the electricity of innovation, much like an experimental melody breaking free from the confines of tradition. As the red carpet rolls up, from Miley Cyrus’s golden glow to Dua Lipa’s chainmail conquest, these memorable looks linger in our fashion playlist.
Photos: THE WALL, UP NEXT DESIGNER, THE ONLY AGENCY, MARMAR HALIM, USAMA ISHTAY, THE RECORDING ACADEMY (via Instagram); GUCCI