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The best outfits and beauty looks from the Grammys 2023

From Beyoncé in Gucci to Olivia Rodrigo in Miu Miu

The best outfits and beauty looks from the Grammys 2023 From Beyoncé in Gucci to Olivia Rodrigo in Miu Miu

Last night, singers and musicians gathered at the Arena in Los Angeles for the 65th annual Grammy Awards, providing a star-studded red carpet and outfits that did not disappoint expectations. From a musical point of view, Beyoncé triumphed, officially becoming the most-awarded singer in the history of the event with four statuettes and a total of 32 golden gramophones. On the red carpet, the monochromatic Dolce&Gabbana signature look of Lizzo, the gothic style of Doja Cat and Anitta, both in Atelier Versace, and eccentric looks like that of Harry Styles in a harlequin-style jumpsuit triumphed. With Cardi B's sculptural gown, Lourdes Leon's glittery red mermaid gown and Meghan Fox in Zuhair Murad, there was no shortage of old-style tributes to Hollywood divas either.

Here are the celebrities who shined the most at the 2023 Grammys with their outfit and beauty choices.



The singer opted for an all- orange look at the Grammys, showing up on the red carpet in a dramatic creation by Dolce&Gabbana, a bustier dress complemented by a floral cape that also inspired her manicure. Erii Shizu recreated flowers with the shade Silicon Valley Girl from the Me, Myself & OPI spring nail polish collection. The same bright tangerine orange shade was used for makeup by @iwantalexx, who used Charlotte Tilbury's new Pillow Talk Matte Beauty Blush Wand in the color Dream Pop to accentuate cheekbones, and also applied it generously around the eyes for an added pop effect, giving lashes a '60s touch. For the hairstyle: defined curls and wet with baby hair in the middle of the forehead.


Cardi B

Cardi B chose electric blue for both her sculptural gown by Indian designer Gaurav Gupta and the make-up done by Erika La'Pearl. The MUA used Pat McGrath's products to create a reverse eyeliner, tracing a blended cobalt line in the lower eye rhyme that instantly brightened the singer's gaze. To give a light smokey effect, she blended ENAMOURED and BARELY VEILED eye shadows from the MTHRSHP: Velvet Liaison palette. On the lips, however, she opted for the NUDE VENUS shade of the medium-coverage lipstick SatinAllure from the new Pat McGrath Valentine's Day 2023 The Love Collection, combined with the BROWNOUVEAUX PermaGel Ultra Lip Pencil. The hair? An elegant low bun.



Queen B changed her look three times during the 2023 Grammys. She wore a powder pink sculpture outfit by Balmain, in which velvet leggings blended with the cone-neck dress, gloves and open toe shoes, and a more minimal black Schiaparelli dress. The creation that drew the photographers' flashes, however, was the Gucci signature one in which Beyoncé, advised by stylist KJ Moody, took the stage at the Arena to accept her awards: a true diva gown that combined ruffles, a deep slit, metallic gold and silver hues, and a powder-colored bustier. She completed the wow effect with soft Renaissance waves (an homage to her Renaissance album?), dewy body and facial skin, with soft-glow even for the eyes thanks to a smokey eye shadow in shades of bronze and gold. The final touch? Ultra-gloss lips in full 90s style.



On her first official outing as a new mom, Paris did not disappoint and showed up on the red carpet in a metallic cut-out dress by Celine, diva-like, but with a rock twist that we also find in the makeup. The focus is on the eyes with slightly vampy black smokey eyes, while the lips are nude, highlighted only by transparent gloss. The haistyle is a throwback to the early 2000s with a semi-bow that culminates in a small bun right at the top of the head.


Doja Cat

Doja Cat oscillates between dominatrix, goth and punk with her black patent leather dress by Atelier Versace, jewelry by Paconesi and brand new dark brown micro pixie cut with mini bangs. The make-up (all to copy) is definitely interesting and attention-grabbing: erased eyebrows, statement and ultra-graphic eyeliner, metallic plum lipstick. The result?  The singer looks like the alien heroine from a Marvel movie.



Nominated in the Best New Artist category, Måneskin did not win (the award went to Samara Joy), but they still enjoyed the evening. On the red carpet of the Grammy Awards 2023 they arrived, as always, in matching Gucci looks with a 1970s mood. Victoria wore a shimmering slip dress in the disco diva shade of gold, paired with ultra graphic cat-eye; Damiano and Ethan suit in brown and beige velvet, while Thomas instead wore a salmon striped suit. Less irreverent than usual, but still very cool.


Harry Styles

Among the stars of the evening on the fashion side could not miss Harry Styles. He triumphed on stage in three categories (Best Pop Vocal Album, Album of the Year and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical) and, almost by accident, opted for as many outfit changes. The rockiest was the one seen on the red carpet: the custom-made square-neck jumpsuit, covered in multicolored Swarowski crystals, by Parisian label Egonlab. Many thought the reference was the jumpsuit designed by Ossie Clark and worn by Mick Jagger on the 1973 tour. To collect his awards, the singer chose an outfit by Gucci consisting of beige pants, white jacket with black lapels, silver top and, on his feet, Gazelle adidas x Gucci. Silver also sparkled in the look, also by Gucci, with which she sang As it was, that is, a jumpsuit full of bangs that swayed with each movement he made.


Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia Rodrigo opts for minimalism. She opts for a black, see-through effect dress by Miu Miu paired with Tiffany & Co. jewelry, while her face is clean, enhancing her natural beauty with nude make-up. The hairstyle is also easy. In fact, the singer let her hair free, smooth and with a central parting, slip down her back and frame her eyes. The result is very 90s and all to copy.