The Best Looks of the 2017 Grammys

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  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634984688 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Jennifer Lopez wore a light lavender-pink Ralph & Russo gown, and we appreciate the plunging neckline and daring neck-ruffle.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634974940 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Chance The Rapper wore a custom Thom Browne Japanese denim suit and Harrington jacket. Playful, cool and topped off with the signature "3" baseball cap signifying his third mixtape, this look was perfect as Chance accepted his Grammys for Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Album.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634975658 Photo by Roberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Lady Gaga shuts down body-shamers in this hot revealing outfit from up-and-coming designer Alex Ulich. Sporting hot pants, leather thigh-highs and some shapely under-boob to complete the ensemble, Gaga looked fierce as ever.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634982920 Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Chrissy Teigen stuns in this lace-up bondage-inspired black dress. The outfit is fantastic, but Teigen's smokey eye and cute new wavy bob nearly steal the show.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-635009908 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Santigold stands out in this pink Gucci graffiti-inspired ensemble. Her husband is graffiti-artist Gucci Ghost, and it looks like Santigold is equally inspired by the brand. Purposefully awkward in its proportions and school-girl aesthetic, this number is a pink satin glory.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634986814 Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty DJ duo The Chainsmokers Andrew Taggart (left) and Alex Pall wore Dior Homme. They both look pretty dapper, but it's the red socks that really grabbed our attention.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-635010350 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Singer-songwriter Laura Pausini wore a black Valentino Couture dress from the Fall 2016 Collection. The look is being criticized for being too underwhelming, understated and drab—but we think there's something to be said for this anti-accessory, anti-drama fashion statement. It's a bit anti-Grammy, if you will.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634979006 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Rihanna wore a daring Armani Privé number that consisted of a tight, orange crop top and a voluptuous black skirt. This look shouldn't have worked. And yet, because it's Rihanna, it looks incredible.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-635008504 Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Beyonce, who won Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Music Video, fabulously showed off her baby bump in this sparkly red Peter Dundas gown. Throw in the diamond necklace and the two Grammys as accessories, and we're overwhelmed (in a good way).
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634966868 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Kat Graham uses stripes to her advantage in this sparkly red, white and black gown designed by Jean Paul Gaultier. Perfectly tailored and accessorized.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634969680 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty CeeLo Green wins our Best Dressed Award for this wildly righteous gold power suit. Apparently, the outfit is part of CeeLo Green's new alter ego: Gnarly Davidson.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634975432 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Grammy winner Solange Knowles was jaw-dropping in a gold Gucci gown featuring a high slit and gorgeous off-shoulder neckline. The toned-down shoes and accessories were a good call. This dress can stand alone as a work of art.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634984372 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Singer Halsey looks casual and glam in a TLC-inspired silk blue Christian Wijnants getup.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634986786 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Laverne Cox had us in awe in this custom-made Bryan Hearns sexy one-shoulder leather dress. The whole piece was held together by tiny metal chains, and the effect was incredible.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-635009778 Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Adele, who won several awards including Song of the Year, wore a green Givenchy dress. The intricate detail includes stunning Swarovski crystals and silk satin micro-pleats.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634953498 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Jane Zhang brought elegance to the red carpet with this floor-length, cream-colored Tony Ward Couture gown. The dark nail polish is an excellent contrast.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634966342 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty This close fitting, rainbow-hued gown worn by Paris Jackson is somewhat reminiscent of Airhead Xtremes Sour Candy strips, but we're down with it. Her sexy-messy hair and youthful glow complete the look.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634965210 Photo by Roberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Girl Crush looked bright and bubbly in her dress covered in ... gum balls? Dip 'n' Dots? Plastic balls from the Chuck E. Cheese pit? Either way, she certainly stood out in a crowd.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634989616 Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Recording artist Desiigner, nominated for Best Performance Artist for "Panda," killed it in vintage Giorgio Armani. Is that crushed purple velvet? Oh my.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634983146 Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Recording artist Gary Clark Jr. and girlfriend Nicole Trunfio turned heads as a power fashion couple. Clark is wearing a slick Varvatos jacket and Trufio is stunning in Zuhair Murad.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-634960230 Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Recording artist Ro James wore Rick Owens, and looked pretty slick. We especially appreciate the tailoring on the pants.
  • 2017-grammy-fashions gettyimages-635027070 Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty BONUS: Rihanna and her crystal-studded sparky flask. Iconic.
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