Grammys 2024 Best-Dressed Celebrities


Overall, the 2024 Grammy Awards red carpet was monochrome — along with all the metals on the periodic table. But while a certain level of glamor is to be expected, especially after last year's first post-lockdown ceremony, a handful of celebrities brought something extra with references to Jane's Barbarella and Amber Valletta Fonda performing “camp” at the 2019 Met Gala. Ahead, discover the NYLON choices for the best dressed of the evening

Boygenius in Thom Browne

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Moiré, moiré – either way, it's a very fashionable fabric to choose for a suit, and it looks mega on all three in Browne's revealing shrunken silhouette.

Frozen Spice in a Personalized Baby Phat

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It's not for everyone, but it is SO good for her. We can't think of a better way for the brand to continue celebrating its 25th anniversary than with this Y2K fantasy.

Caroline Polachek In Olivier Theyskens

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Brain artist 🤝 brain artist. More should be pulled from Theyskens for the red carpet, especially when it's so subtly aligned with a spooky and tender theme.

Coi Leray in Saint Laurent

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You're not seeing anything: Amber Valletta wore this look to the 2019 Met Gala (the camp-themed one), and dare we say it reads even more glamorous with the sternum tattoo. A perfect choice, considering the Grammys are undeniably the campiest of mainstream awards shows.

Miley Cyrus in Custom Maison Margiela

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There's no way to call this safe, what with Jane Fonda's hair (and body), safety pins and Tabis. We'd prefer this any day over some other strapless thing or other.

Paris Jackson in Celine

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And sometimes taking a risk means trying something new for you — Jackson has covered up his many tattoos, which lets the simple (yet striking) one-shoulder silhouette shine.



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