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The 12 Best Dressed From Tonight's Grammy Awards

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The evening's standout looks

Music's most fashionable ladies stepped it up on the 61st Annual Grammy Awards red carpet tonight. The result? Jaw-dropping sparkling gowns (Lady Gaga, Camila Cabello), sculptural black-and-white looks (Janelle Monáe, Chloe and Halle), and the continuation of the loofah-like fashion trend (Kacey Musgraves, Bebe Rexha). We also saw some celebs rocking pants (Ashlee Simpson, H.E.R.), and other sartorial risks that certainly paid off (Cardi B!).

Ahead, check out the standout looks from music's biggest night of the year.

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Cardi B sure knows how to make a fashion entrance. This Marilyn Monroe-esque vintage Mugler gown could double as an art piece.

61st Annual GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals


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Kacey Musgraves is keeping the loofah trend going with a frothy number from Maison Valentino that's giving us *butterflies*.

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Bebe Rexha is anything but blending into the red carpet with this tiered red gown from Monsoori. Meant to be?

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Janelle Monáe looks like she came from the future in this structured dress from Jean Paul Gaultier and UFO-esque headpiece.

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It seems like former NYLON cover stars Chloe and Halle got the memo from Monáe, also showing up in matching black-and-white architectural dresses.

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Lady Gaga matched her elegant silver Celine by Hedi Slimane dress and 100 carats of Tiffany & Co. diamonds to her platinum locks, and the world bowed down.

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We don't know what we love more, Tierra Whack's trippy dress or the fluffy rainbow coat.

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Ashlee Simpson making a case for wearing pants on the red carpet in this sparkling pantsuit from Georges Chakra Couture.

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H.E.R. (Gabriella "Gabi" Wilson) shining like the star that she is in a printed suit, retro shades, and an Elegance Inc. statement ring.

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Camila Cabello looking regal in a high-neck, long-sleeve magenta gown from Armani Prive.

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St. Vincent (Annie Clark) rocking the witchy look of our dreams.

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