Gwen Stefani, wearing Atelier Versace looks like a piece of sheet music herself in this black jumpsuit perfection.
Our staff was split on this Giambattista Valli Couture gown on Rihanna, with half saying "WHAT? No," and the others cheering "GO GIRL." So we'll leave it up to you!
Katy Perry, wearing Zuhair Murad Couture, dazzled us in this sheer, flapper-inspired look.
Madonna, wearing Givenchy Couture, never shies away from a little out-of-the-box fashion... but this look is too much.
One word... flawless.
Taylor Swift wore an ombre Elie Saab gown, looking absolutely gorgeous. Three cheers for the fuchsia shoe, too!
Sorry Kim Kardashian! While we love the sparkle of this Jean Paul Gaultier look, we just can't get behind the robe-like feel.
Gaga looked fabulous in this Brandon Maxwell gown, channeling her inner silver mermaid.
There are always a few head scratchers at the GRAMMYs, and this Moschino look on Charli XCX falls into that category. We can't tell if we love it, or hate it...
Ariana Grande looked polished and poised in a white Versace gown with silver accents.
Designer Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams always make a splash on the red carpet, but this look was a belly-flop.
So much fabric for you, Miley! Just not a win for us, unfortunately.
WHAT is this look, Sia? Kinda amazing, and definitely made us chuckle, but we'll have to put it on our worst list.
Nicki Minaj looked oh-so-sexy in this shimmery Tom Ford gown.
Zendaya is channeling the '70s in this look, but nothing about this outfit fits!
We adore Rita Ora's offbeat red carpet style. Between her white-blonde hair and sparkling gown, she was one of our favorites of the night!
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The GRAMMY Awards are one of our favorite red carpets for its unique, off-beat, and over-the-top looks. This year was no different. Singer Madonna kicked the red carpet off wearing an eye-catching look you had to see to believe, followed by plenty of cut-outs and metallic music's biggest names.
Taylor Swift walked the carpet in a gorgeous ombre Elie Saab dress, while Miranda Lambert kept it simple in a black gown with fuschia accents. Last year, Pharrell made quite the fashion-statement wearing his now infamous "Arby" hat (which even got its own Twitter account), but this year, he opted for a different look wearing Adidas shorts.
To see all the best/worst looks of the evening, click on the gallery above, and click here to see every single red carpet look.
The most daring (and risky!) Grammy fashion of all time