written by Angel Wynter
While the Grammy Awards celebrate the biggest acts in music, fashion plays a key role in every artist’s red carpet look. Previous years have proven the Grammy red carpet to be a place of jaw dropping ensembles and neck twisting wardrobes. Celebrities strutting down the red carpet honored red day early this year, which is a day created by the American Heart Association to raise awareness about heart disease that usually takes place on February 7th. You can learn more about heart disease here. Fuzion has the red carpet breakdown for those of you who missed this year’s hottest Grammy looks.
Beyoncé made a late appearance after her opening performance of “Drunk in Love” on the red carpet looking radiant in a gown by designer Michael Costello.
Fuzion also interviewed Costello about his couture fashion in our fall issue that is available here.
Madonna, who was accompanied by her son (not pictured) waltzed onto the red carpet in a black and white Ralph Lauren suit, combined with a gold grill featuring a semi-automatic gun print.
Paris Hilton kept it classy in a white and tan Haus of Milani gown. Hilton was escorted to the event by YMCMB label owner Bryan “Birdman” Williams and revealed on the red carpet that she will be releasing an album under the label later this year.
Singer Pink kept up with the theme as she arrived in a soft red strapless dress by designer Johanna Johnson.
Katy Perry arrived in a noteworthy dress by designer Valentino from his HAUTE runway collection on the red carpet.
Big winners of the night Ryan Lewis and Macklemore stepped out onto the red carpet in suits that compliment their quirky styles. Ryan Lewis rocked a hound sooth suit with matching loafers by Mr.Turk and Macklemore opted for a teal velour suit with gold loafers.
Hollywood power couple Robin Thicke and Paula Patton arrived on the carpet dazzling in Giorgio Armani and Nicolas Jebran respectively.
Colbie Caillat looked sultry chic in her fire red gown by Ezra Santos
R&B singer Miguel rocked out in a Yves Saint Laurent ensemble complete with black leather boots. Who’s bad?
Country songstress Taylor Swift looked like a winter glam goddess in Gucci Premiere on the Grammy red carpet.
Blues artist Gary Clark Jr arrived on the red carpet with girlfriend supermodel Nicole Trunfio. Clark wore a rich midnight blue pants and blazer combo paired with black boots and a maroon neck scarf. Trunfio shined bright like a diamond decked out in a Nicholas Oakwell dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, and Jacqui Aish jewelry from head to toe.
Alicia Keys looked graceful in a plum blue dress by Armani.
Chicago crooner John Legend looked dapper in a black Gucci tuxedo accompanied by his wife model Chrissy Teigen, who wore a dress by Johanna Johnson.
Ariana Grande looked sweet as pie in a floral print Dolce & Gabbana dress.
Miranda Lambert looked sexy in a chest-baring red dress by Pamella Roland.
French Duo Daft Punk donned matching tuxedos on the Grammys red carpet.
Bronze beauty Ciara glowed on the red carpet in a gold long sleeved sequined dress by designer Emilio Pucci.
Producer Pharrell had the twitter world a buzz in his tan mountain hat by designer Vivienne Westwood paired with a red leather Adidas jacket.
The stars shined bright in their designer glam for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards red carpet at the Staples Center. The hottest fashions are found on the red carpet, and Fuzion Magazine is always on the scene to give you the latest in fashion and music combined.