GRAMMYs 2016 Red Carpet: 8 Of The Night's Biggest Fashion Trends

1. Plunging necklines and high-cut slits

1. 1. Plunging necklines and high-cut slits

The GRAMMY Awards have always been a place for stars to take fashion risks, and this year was no exception. Model Bella Hadid wore a navel-gazing ensemble, R&B singer Ciara showed some serious leg, while "Ex's & Oh's" rocker Elle King ruffled feathers.

Photo: © AdMedia/Corbis (Bella Hadid)
2. Old-Hollywood glamour

2. 2. Old-Hollywood glamour

It's Music's Biggest Night®, so it's no wonder artists aren't afraid of going all out with the glam. Incorporating a throwback allure were "Love Like This" singer Faith Evans in a fur-accented outfit, pop princess Ariana Grande in a form-fitting red number, and country starlet Carrie Underwood in a ruched gown with a sweetheart neck.

Photo: © AdMedia/Corbis (Faith Evans), © Lisa O'Connor/ZUMA Press/Corbis (Ariana Grande)
3. Suiting up in style

3. 3. Suiting up in style

Let's hear it for the boys' fashion! Menswear had a hot red carpet moment on sexy sirens like Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga, and Zendaya, who each incorporated sleek masculine styles into their red-carpet looks.

Photo: © Lisa O'Connor/ZUMA Press/Corbis (Zendaya), © AdMedia/Corbis (Lady Gaga), © AdMedia/Corbis (Demi Lovato) 
4. Bold and bright colors

4. 4. Bold and bright colors

The GRAMMY Awards might take place in winter, but many of the red-carpet styles were bright and sunny. A-list nominees like Taylor Swift, Cam, and Kacey Musgraves kept it fresh in vividly colored gowns that ran the rainbow spectrum. 

 
5. Beautifully bohemian

5. 5. Beautifully bohemian

While much of the night's fashion was sleek and avant garde, a few bold tastemakers got in touch with their free-spirited side. Florence And The Machine singer Florence Welch opted for a glittering pink dress with sequin details, while country singer/songwriter Ashley Monroe channeled a turquoise '70s vibe, and The Insider host Keltie Knight shined in a sophisticated winged number.

Photo: © AdMedia/Corbis (Ashley Monroe)
6. Chic cut-outs

6. 6. Chic cut-outs

Less is more when it comes to clever cut-outs, as seen on The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco, singer/actress Selena Gomez, and Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio, who all bared various degrees of skin with the help of well-positioned fabric.
7. Glitter for as far as the eye can see

7. 7. Glitter for as far as the eye can see

Nothing screams "celebrate" quite like glitter, sequins, and all sorts of other shiny things. Best New Artist GRAMMY winner Meghan Trainor, pop singer/songwriter Bonnie McKee, and 2016 GRAMMY performer Adele caught the light in their respective ensembles.

Photo: © AdMedia/Corbis (Meghan Trainor) 
8. Caped crusaders never looked so elegant

8. 8. Caped crusaders never looked so elegant

Drama made its way onto the GRAMMY red carpet when model Chrissy Teigen glided down in a goddess-like white gown. Joining her in the cloaked trend were singer/songwriter Skylar Grey in a fashion-forward sheer gown and Australian model Nicole Trunfio in a rocker metallic jumpsuit.

To see all these amazing outfits in action, watch the entire 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.


Photo: © Lisa O'Connor/ZUMA Press/Corbis (Chrissy Teigen), © AdMedia/Corbis (Nicole Trunfio), © Lisa O'Connor/ZUMA Press/Corbis (Skylar Grey)