Jaw-Dropping Fashion Moments: Unveiling the Best-Dressed Stars at the 2023 Grammys

Now that the 2023 Grammys are over, we are officially halfway through awards season (we still have the SAG Awards, BAFTAs, and Oscars to go). But music’s biggest night certainly brought some show-stopping looks that surprised, stunned, and frankly blew us away (yes, we’re looking at you, Cardi B).

And as only music superstars do, plenty came dressed to walk the red carpet only to change ensembles to present or perform (are you Team Harry Red Carpet or Team Harry On Stage?). Some didn’t even walk the red carpet (ahem, Beyonce, who apparently was stuck in traffic) and were only photographed from their seat or backstage.

So who were Glamour editors’ picks for the 2023 Grammys best-dressed stars? Check out our choices below.

Cardi B
The structure, the cobalt blue, and the fit! Cardi B simply owned this red-carpet couture creation by Indian designer Gaurav Gupta. Just stunning. —Jessica Radloff, senior West Coast editor
Bebe Rexha
This might be controversial, but Bebe Rexha’s look was one of my favorites from the night. It’s peak Barbiecore camp meets Miss Piggy glam, and I am obsessed. This, in my opinion, is what these red carpets are all about. —Danielle Sinay, associate beauty editor
Camila Cabello
I was feeling Camila Cabello’s PatBo rosette gown. The pearl bra was cute, and the slit allows for dancing, which is essential at the Grammys. Also, the glam and earrings were perfect for the dress. —Krystyna Chavez, associate director, social media
Kacey Musgraves
Kacey Musgraves’s pink Valentino ensemble once again proves that Barbiecore reigns supreme. This feathery look is eclectic but somehow delicate—not too over-the-top but certainly a showstopper. J’adore! —D.S.
Doja Cat
Doja Cat never fails to be the most interesting person on the red carpet, and the Grammys were no exception. I respect her commitment to go big no matter the theme—this time, it was full Tim Burton/Wednesday vibes. —Anna Moeslein, deputy editor
Lourdes Leon
We’re on the verge of a major Lourdes Leon moment—I can feel it. Hot off the release of her first pop single, she showed up to the Grammys in a fire engine red ’fit that said, “Just wait. Next year I’m coming as a nominee.” —Hanna Lustig, staff writer
Beyonce’s dress was giving alien superstar. The queen was fashionably late to the show, but her strapless Gucci dress with a high split made up for it. She paired it with her signature opera gloves and a fun wavy, middle-part look.—Jazmin Gathers, manager, social media
Kelsea Ballerini
The draping and ruching on this Prabal Gurung gown is so complex and busy, I almost feel like it should look bad, but it somehow comes together so beautifully. It's a credit to Gurung’s attention to detail, from the criss-cross and straps at the neck to the sequin beading across the bodice. And the way the fabric falls as she walks—it’s so dramatic and ethereal that it looks as if she’s floating.  But best of all is the color, the most perfect bright dandelion. A ray of sunshine on an otherwise tonally dark red carpet.—Ariana Yaptangco, senior beauty editor
Olivia Rodrigo
My favorite red-carpet looks are either so over the top that I appreciate the effort or something I could actually see myself wearing. Olivia Rodrigo’s dress this year falls in the latter category. I love how it’s a little bit goth without veering too far into costume territory. —A.M.

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