Grammy Awards 2018: Best dressed on the red carpet

See the stars who stole the sartorial show

Celebrities and music stars on the red carpet at the 60th Grammy Awards

If there's one awards ceremony to embrace your most flamboyant self, it's the Grammys.

Unlike its more conventional counterparts, the annual celebration for music typically calls for an avant-garde aesthetic that has seen stars take to the red carpet in a myriad of weird and wonderful looks.

From Lady Gaga's infamous egg pod to Katy Perry's bizarre angel wings, the sartorial barometer has never been higher or wackier than at the Grammys.

However, this year's outfits might be making more of an impact than ever before as a number of celebrities don white roses in support of #TimesUp to protest sexual misconduct.

In light of the Golden Globes, which saw almost every attendee wearing black in honour of the movement, the garish looks from the Grammys of yore may be a thing of the past as this year's guests channel muted tones and minimalistic silhouettes.

From Anna Kendrick's Eighties power suit to Lana Del Rey's delicate Gucci gown, click through the gallery below to see the best dressed guests at this year's Grammy Awards.

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