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Madonna, Kanye, Aretha, and More Show Up To Honor Riccardo Tisci at Keep a Child Alive's Annual Black Ball
Cheeky Beyoncé wasn't even confirmed until the last minute, but she stole the show in a see-through Michael Costello gown. Bow down, b*tches!
Ouch! With so many crystals, we can only imagine how painful it must be to wear this Gucci dress, but Taylor Swift knows that one has to suffer to be beautiful. She looked absolutely breathtaking.
Pink ticked all the right boxes with this red mermaid gown, before dazzling the Grammy audience with another set of (vocal) acrobatics.
Australian MC Iggy Azalea worked it on the red carpet in a white Elie Saab gown.
Ciara was glowing in every sense of the word, showing off her baby bump in a metallic Pucci gown.
The Same Love singer-songwriter looked beautiful in a custom strapless gown with gold embroidery.
If Katy Perry didn't hit all the right notes last night, that's because she saved some of them for her pretty Valentino Couture gown. No excuses next time, Katy!
Rita Ora was our fashion-forward pick of the night in this lamé dress by Lanvin.
Not only did Queen Latifah officiate a mass wedding for 33 couples, but she did it in great style in a black sequin gown. Stunning!
Midnight blue was trending with gentlemen, and John Legend wore it best with this perfectly tailored tuxedo.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis took home four Grammys and a special mention for originality in our red carpet style book. We want those studded loafers!
R'n'B singer Miguel has finally found a haircut that works for him, and we're digging those leather pants. Hot!
Gary Clark, Jr., looks like he's just stepped out of his own John Varvatos campaign -- in the best way possible. He's the only one to pull off a more casual take on evening wear.
Leave it to the French to show us how it's done: the Daft Punk duo won every single Grammy it was nominated for (five in total), looking amazing all the way in Saint Laurent tuxedos.
Rap revelation Kendrick Lamar lost the Best New Artist award to Macklemore, but his light blue Dior Homme suit was a winner on the red carpet.
Bruno Mars brought a refreshing rockabilly vibe to the night, snatching the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album.
Madonna is in desperate need of reinvention: Here she tried to regurgitate her Music-era pimp look with a slightly creepy Pilgrim witch twist. Please send her your ideas.
Oh, Paula, why must you make it so difficult for us? The zebra print could have really popped, but those hideous lion heads just don't make any sense. Try again.
Sara Bareilles took the feather theme of this dress too literally: The train makes her look like a balding peacock.
Apparently dresses inspired by the animal kingdom were trending that night: Country singer Kacey Musgraves gave us lobster realness.
Ain't nobody got time for that.
Trust, fashion writers know what it's like to be broke, but if you're going to go the thrift store route, at least try to pick something a bit more fun.
Okay, we're pretty sure Pharrell just wanted to know what it felt like to be on a worst-dressed list for once, still: That oversized hat thing isn't happening. The Producer of the Year caused a fuss on social media with his giant chapeau (which, by the way, already has its own twitter account), but the guys at Arby's want it back.
Austin, we want YOU to get a makeover. You're way too young to be wearing this undertaker suit.
Like mother, like son. Sean Lennon dressed exactly like Yoko, but there's only so much space for Mad Hatters. Cool boots, though.
Steven Tyler also auditioned to perform at the Grammy's mass wedding ceremony; unfortunately, the part went to Madonna. Who wore it best?
We've already told Justin Timberlake: Fedoras are so over.
Yikes. Where do we begin? An ill-fitting jacket paired with a vest, a polka dot tie, uncuffed jeans, and alligator cowboy boots: Blake Shelton's outfit was all kinds of wrong.