At the Grammys, there is one credo: Go big or go home. Music’s top night is a fashion free-for-all — with looks running the gamut from stylish to sassy. Here’s a peek at the most memorable fashion moments:
Crow, 60, a nominee for best American roots song, sported a black, strapless gown with ruffles and a thigh-high slit. She performed a tribute to the late Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac. “For me to get to tribute Christine, because they’ve been — the band and Christine — so influential to me, but also to get to do it with Mick [Fleetwood], it’s so deep and meaningful to me,” Crow told Bobby Bones during the E! Live Grammy red carpet show.
Davis, 57, shimmered in a color-blocked Naeem Khan fringe dress. The star of The Woman King won a Grammy for her audiobook narration of her 2022 memoir, Finding Me. The honor secured her the rare EGOT status — a winner of an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony. “Oh, my God! I wrote this book to honor the 6-year-old Viola, to honor her life, her joy, her trauma, everything,” Davis said in her acceptance speech. “And it has just been such a journey. I just EGOT!”
Shania Twain, 57, rocked a black and white polka-dot power suit with a matching hat by London designer Harris Reed. “It was black and white, so I needed to have a little splash of color,” she said, flicking her bright red hair. Twain told E’s Laverne Cox that she’s “In a very happy place right now. … Just coming out of this whole COVID phase makes me feel light and bubbly and happy and fun.”
Hannah, 62, made a splash in a basic black blazer-dress with striped tights and lugged boots. The actress was nominated in the best music film category for directing A Band a Brotherhood a Barn, a documentary of husband Neil Young’s and Crazy Horse’s album Barn.
Rita Wilson, 66, dazzled in a one-shoulder black sequined and feathered gown, complete with flower choker. The actress joined Sebastián Yatra in performing “Til You’re Home” from Wilson’s hubby Tom Hanks’ film A Man Called Otto.