Harry Styles dressed in Gucci for the Grammys Red Carpet. Photo courtesy Ghetty
It was a night of some of the biggest names of the music world, and this year, the superstars did not fail to impress with their sartorial choices. Italian luxury maison Gucci dressed the host, select nominees and performers for the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards that took place at The Staples Center in Los Angeles.
First time Grammys host Trevor Noah on the Red Carpet. Photo courtesy Ghetty
First-time Grammy host Trevor Noah wore a Gucci DIY MTO black wool mohair double-breasted satin lapel tuxedo with a white covered placket evening shirt, black satin bow tie and black leather boots.
Harry Styles on the Grammys Red Carpet. Photo courtesy Ghetty
Grammy winner for Best Pop Solo Performance, Harry Styles wore a custom Gucci green and yellow check tweed one button round-collar lapel jacket with a pink and multicolour knitted tartan V-neck sweater vest, brown velvet flared pants, lilac faux fur boa, and cream leather boots with GG chain detail.
Harry Styles performs his award-winning song 'Watermelon Sugar'. Photo courtesy Ghetty
Harry Styles opened the Grammys performing his award-winning hit ‘Watermelon Sugar’, shirtless, wearing a custom Gucci black plongé leather one-button round-collar lapel cropped jacket with black plongé leather flared pants, mint green faux fur boa and black leather boots with GG chain detail.
For his performance with Harry Styles, Devonté Hynes (who plays the guitar and goes by the moniker Blood Orange) wore a custom Gucci black patent naplak leather double-breasted jacket with a black crêpe de chine shirt with a pointed 70s collar, black patent naplak pants, black velvet beret and black leather boots.
Billie Eilish on the Grammys Red Carpet. Photo courtesy Ghetty
Record of the Year Grammy winner, Billie Eilish wore a custom Gucci sepia rose pink floral jacquard shirt with embroidered black sequin tiger detail, sepia rose floral jacquard pants with black sequins, sepia rose pink floral jacquard bucket hat with black sequins, mismatched sepia rose pink and sage green floral jacquard gloves with black sequins and white leather lug sole rubber loafers with Horsebit detail. She completed her look with 18 k white gold lion head earrings with aquamarine and diamonds and a necklace with floral motif in metal with aged gold finish. Billie’s brother, FINNEAS who also won a Grammy, wore a custom Gucci blush pink wool mohair two button peak lapel evening jacket with black grosgrain contrast lapel, blue and ivory striped dress shirt, blush pink wool mohair pants with black grosgrain trim, black grosgrain bow and black leather loafers with Web, tassels and Double G detail.
For her performance of ‘Everything I Wanted’ with FINNEAS, Billie Eilish wore a custom Gucci dark sea-green floral jacquard shirt with embroidered diamond crystal tiger detail, dark sea green floral jacquard pants with diamond crystal sequins, a green crystal headpiece, dark sea green floral jacquard gloves with diamond crystal sequins and green metallic leather lug sole loafers with Horsebit detail. She completed her look with Le Marché des Merveilles 18 k white and yellow gold bee earrings with diamonds. Billie twinned with FINNEAS, who wore a custom Gucci sage green floral jacquard shirt with rounded collar with sage green floral jacquard pants and black leather lug sole loafers with Horsebit detail, while accompanying his sister on the piano.
Anderson .Paak on the Grammys Red Carpet. Photo courtesy Ghetty
Grammy winner, rapper Anderson .Paak, who picked up the Best Melodic Rap Performance for ‘Lockdown’ wore a custom Gucci black multicolour lurex floral jacquard two-button peak lapel evening jacket with black contrast grosgrain lapel, coral floral silk jacquard shirt with a pointed 70s collar, black wool mohair cropped pants and black leather loafers with Web and Horsebit detail. He completed his look with metal square frame sunglasses with brown lenses and a sterling silver with aged finish torchon Double G ring.
Anderson .Paak sings with Bruno Mars. Photo courtesy Ghetty
For his performance of ‘Leave the Door Open’ – a modern funk tribute to Little Richard – as newly formed musical supergroup Silk Sonic with Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak wore a custom Gucci burnt umber two button notch lapel three-piece suit with a taupe silk shirt, brown leather boots and black acetate heart shaped sunglasses with crystals. Bruno Mars joined him in a custom Gucci burnt umber two-button notch lapel three-piece suit with a taupe silk shirt, brown leather boots, and gold aviator metal frame glasses.
Bruno Mars performs his 70s inspired tribute to Little Richie with Anderson .Paak for their new group Silk Sonic. Photo courtesy Ghetty
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