The biggest night in music is back!
The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards honors the best recordings, compositions and artists of the eligibility year, running from September 1, 2019-August 31, 2020.
The ceremony was originally scheduled for January 31, however the Recording Academy postponed the ceremony to March 14, 2021 due to a spike in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles as well as health and safety concerns therein.
As safety guidelines require, the red carpet has be scaled down, and most celebs are attending virtually. So to get our fashion fix, OK! revisits some of the most iconic fashion moments in the award show's history.
Scroll through the gallery below to look back on the best-dressed stars at the Grammys in the last decade.
Rihanna in 2011
“I pretty much snatched it off the runway,” the "Umbrella" singer joked about her off-the-shoulder, Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture mermaid gown featuring ruffles and sexy sheer panels.
Katy Perry in 2012
The "Firework" singer floated down the red carpet in an icy blue princess-inspired Elie Saab creation (with blue hair to match) teamed with Christian Louboutin heels and $2 million worth of jewels from Norman Silverman.
Florence Welch in 2013
The Florence And The Machine frontwoman was fierce in a reptilian-like emerald green sequin Givenchy Fall 2009 Couture gown, featuring and a thigh-grazing slit. Matching green strappy sandals and a box clutch, also by Givenchy, and gilded nails finished the ferocious the look.
Pharrell Williams in 2014
In one of the most iconic Grammy looks of all time, the "Happy" singer dressed down, alongside his wife Helen Lasichanh, in a red leather tracksuit jacket, white T-shirt, jeans, untied boots and a buzzed-about towering brown fedora. The skyscraping hat is actually a classic design by British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. Known as her "Mountain Hat," it was previously worn by Westwood's former partner singer Malcolm McLaren, who rocked the hat in his iconic video for the song "Buffalo Girls."
Beyoncé in 2015
The most-nominated female artist in Grammy history dazzled in a black sparkling embroidered Proenza Schouler tulle gown with long sleeves and a low neckline. Lorraine Schwartz jewels finished off the glam look.
Taylor Swift in 2016
The "Shake It Off" singer flashed some skin on the red carpet wearing a custom neon red cropped tube top and shocking pink ball skirt combo from Atelier Versace, styled with Stuart Weitzman sandals and a diamond choker.
Solange in 2017
The "Losing You" singer shined in an one-shoulder pleated gold Gucci gown with Maryam Nassir Zadeh shoes and jewelry from I Still Love You and Lady Grey.
Cardi B in 2018
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper stunned in a sculptural Ashi Studio Fall 2017 Couture creation. She accessorized with Christian Louboutin heels along with wing-shaped ear cuff and accompanying Messika diamond jewels.
Jennifer Lopez in 2019
The Hustlers star worked her famous curves in a chic, white, jewel-encrusted high-neck gown by Ralph & Russo, styled with an oversized wide-brim hat and a very long ponytail that reached down to her famous booty.
Lil Nas X in 2020
The "Old Town Road" musician wore a wild bondage-meets-western custom pink Versace look. John Hardy jewels completed his look.