Best and Worst Dressed: Grammy’s

Written by Julia Wong

This year's Grammy Award show was full of excitement, from Kesha’s bone chilling #metoo moment and Camilla Cabello’s speech for the Dreamers, to Kendrick’s powerful opening performance. Many celebrities used the night as a platform to speak on injustice and change, and dozens of white roses were donned as a symbol of the Time’s Up movement. But before anyone stepped up on stage, all eyes were on the red carpet. Here are the best and worst dressed of the night.

Best

 Lady Gaga stole the show off stage in an Armani Privé dress, and on stage with her emotional performance of a Million Reasons.

Lady Gaga stole the show off stage in an Armani Privé dress, and on stage with her emotional performance of a Million Reasons.

 Zayn looked as good as he always does in a dusty rose Richard James suit.

Zayn looked as good as he always does in a dusty rose Richard James suit.

 Lana Del Rey looked like an angel sent from Heaven in Gucci. Perhaps she was channeling her new song with BØRNS.

Lana Del Rey looked like an angel sent from Heaven in Gucci. Perhaps she was channeling her new song with BØRNS.

 Cardi B wore a unique Ashi Studio dress. She definitely did not go unnoticed at her first Grammy’s show.

Cardi B wore a unique Ashi Studio dress. She definitely did not go unnoticed at her first Grammy’s show.

 Camilla Cabello looked gorgeous in a classic red dress by Vivienne Westwood.

Camilla Cabello looked gorgeous in a classic red dress by Vivienne Westwood.

 Janelle Monáe stood out from the crowd in a beautiful Dolce & Gabbana suit.

Janelle Monáe stood out from the crowd in a beautiful Dolce & Gabbana suit.

 SZA was a real life princess in her Atelier Versace gown.

SZA was a real life princess in her Atelier Versace gown.

 Donald Glover, wearing Ermenegildo Zegna, proved an all white suit is always in style.

Donald Glover, wearing Ermenegildo Zegna, proved an all white suit is always in style.

Worst

Everyone looked so amazing on the red carpet that it’s hard to put anyone into the ‘worst’ category; Neil Portnow is an exception, though. It wasn’t his black suit that earned him the title, but instead his statement after the show. In response to some viewers and artists noticing that the awards were mostly received by males, Portnow stated that women in the music industry “need to step up,” but it seems the only person who needs to reevaluate is Portnow himself.

Photos: Harper’s Bazaar