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Grammys: Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus and More Stars on the Red Carpet

All signs pointed to the music industry’s most high-profile women grabbing the headlines — and likely the majority of trophies — at Feb. 4’s 66th annual Grammy Awards, and by the end of the night women artists had won the top four awards of the night, with album of the year going to Taylor Swift, song of the year to Billie Eilish, record of the year to Miley Cyrus and best new artist to Victoria Monét. Indeed, female nominees won all of the night’s televised awards.

On the red carpet, where metals were a major trend, style standouts include Cyrus in a custom Maison Margiela naked dress made of hundreds of gold safety pins; Dua Lipa rocking a custom silver gown by Courrèges; the boygenius trio of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus in matching Thom Browne white suits; and Monét, who coordinated her bronze gown with the outfit worn by her daughter Hazel. Head here for the best and most outrageous looks.

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