Grammys 2021 red carpet: Best-dressed celebrities, from Taylor Swift to BTS

The 63rd annual Grammy Awards are finally here

Chelsea Ritschel
New York
Monday 15 March 2021 08:16 GMT
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Awards season may look different this year, but that doesn’t mean celebrities haven’t pulled out all the stops for their Grammys red carpet looks.

This year, attendees and nominees arrived for the award ceremony - known for its outlandish and over-the-top red carpet looks - virtually and in-person.

From BTS’ tan and black looks, to Doja Cat’s unique feathered gown, these are the best-dressed celebrities of the 2021 Grammys.


The BTS members arrived in black and tan ensembles, some with sharply tailored jackets and trousers, others choosing to cover up with floor-length overcoats.


The singer arrived on the red carpet in a deep purple Dundas World velvet robe with long sleeves and pants. She accessorised the look with a pair of purple glasses and a diamond necklace.

Megan Thee Stallion

63rd Annual Grammy Awards - Show

The Grammy winner, who won the award for Best Rap Performance along with Beyonce for Savage Remix, chose a bright orange gown for this year’s award ceremony.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat arrived in one of the night’s most notable looks, with the singer wearing a revealing beige and black dress with lime green feathers.

Bad Bunny

The rapper wore an entirely black outfit for this year’s Grammys, although he did accessorise with a sunflower while posing on the red carpet ahead of the awards show.

He completed the look with a black hat and black and orange sunglasses.

Noah Cyrus

Cyrus arrived on the red carpet in a stand-out white gown, which featured billowing sleeves and ruffles that circled the singer’s head.


Billie Eilish and FINNEAS accept the Record of the Year award from Ringo Starr

Finneas chose a light pink suit with an oversized black lapel and a striped white shirt for the Grammys, which he paired with a black ribbon necktie.

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa wears a pink skirt and top combo while performing at Grammys

It wasn’t what she wore on the red carpet, but Dua Lipa earned praise for the gown she wore while performing at the Grammys - a bright pink bedazzled skirt and top combo.

The singer also wore a butterfly gown to the event, which featured cut-out detailing and a high slit.

Jhene Aiko

Aiko opted for a voluminous pink gown for the 63rd annual Grammys, with the singer accessorising with a simple necklace.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift with her Grammy for Album of the Year

After performing at the Grammys, the singer changed into a long-sleeved, high-necked Oscar de la Renta dress covered in floral details, which she paired with pink heels and a matching mask.

Trevor Noah

The host of this year’s awards show arrived in a simple black tuxedo, after appearing earlier on the red carpet in a more-casual black sweatshirt.

Phoebe Bridgers

The singer-songwriter also went with a unique red carpet outfit for the 63rd annual Grammys, arriving on the red carpet in a black dress with bedazzled skeletal detailing. She paired the look with a dark burgundy lipstick, while her brother Jackson wore an all-black version of the skeleton look.


The rapper created his own red carpet so he, his mother and his daughter could show off their red carpet looks.

For the occasion, DaBaby dressed in a brown paisley-patterned suit, which he accessorised with a green hat.

“Due to Covid-19 Restrictions no kids are allowed in the Grammys, so we created our OWN red carpet just so my princess could walk the carpet & show her dress off,” he captioned an Instagram video of the family’s outfits. “A hand-made dress that@alanitaylorco flew in from New York THIS MORNING to make.”


Lizzo attended the Grammys in a ruched lime green Balmain dress, which she paired with green heels.

“On my way to the function ya’ll,” the singer captioned photos of the look ahead of the awards show.

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